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Friday, November 20, 2009
Reading the coverage: MJD sleeps alone

By Paul Kuharsky
ESPN.com

Houston Texans

John McClain says Titans-Texans is turning into a serious rivalry. I heard a lot of people asking about that in Tennessee’s locker room Thursday and I think it’s being overplayed, quite frankly.

Houston is catching the Titans at the wrong time, says David Barron.

Jacoby Jones is coming along slowly and Glenn Martinez could work as the punt returner for the Texans, says Dale Robertson.

Because the Titans are talking about revenge, it must be a rivalry, says Alan Burge. Maybe for Houston. The Ravens and Colts rank well ahead of Houston on the Titans’ list of top rivals.

Indianapolis Colts

My column on Robert Mathis.

Phillip B. Wilson looks at what the Colts are missing.

When he was starting out, Jim Caldwell worked for Gale Sayers, says Phil Richards.

A familiar report on Anthony Gonzalez: He’s close to a return, says Mike Chappell.

John Oehser pokes around the Web and gives us several links here and here.

Pierre Garcon was back at practice, said Oehser.

Tony Dungy will lead an NFL player advisory forum.

Eighteen things to watch for in Colts-Ravens, from Deshawn Zombie.

Ravens coaches are plotting how to play without Terrell Suggs, says Mike Preston.

Jacksonville Jaguars

Maurice Jones-Drew sleeps in a hyperbaric chamber, says Pete Prisco.

A look at the Bills' shift to Ryan Fitzpatrick at quarterback, from Michael C. Wright.

Justin Durant suffered a concussion, says Vito Stellino.

A Q&A with Marcus Stroud, from Wright.

Thoughts on headgear, from Vic Ketchman.

Was the NFL in Jacksonville a case of mutually assured destruction? Jonathan Loesche wonders.

Tennessee Titans

The Titans feel like they owe the Texans, says Jim Wyatt.

Nick Harper will regain his starting job, says Gary Estwick.

Vince Young is ready for a trip home to Houston, writes Wyatt.

Chris Johnson wants 200 yards in Houston and backed off his cars-for-yards promise, blogs Wyatt.

Keith Bulluck fans rivalry flames, says Terry McCormick.