Wednesday, December 16, 2009
Reading the coverage: Garcon can get 1,000
By Paul Kuharsky
Don Banks redrafted the first round.
The Texans' defense has a chance to finish big, says Dale Robertson.
Houston re-signed long-snapper Bryan Pittman, says Aaron Wilson. It must mean the team is worried about Joel Dreessen’s shoulder, says Alan Burge.
The defense ranks among the best of the Bill Polian/Peyton Manning era, says Phil Richards.
Pierre Garcon is in position to make a run at 1,000 yards, says Richards.
Among his seven observations of the day, John Oehser considers Gary Brackett as a blitzer.
The Colts and Saints have fattened up on cupcakes, says Pete Prisco.
The Colts can still play better, says Tom James.
Part of the perfect quest could fall on Curtis Painter.
Expect Manning to throw it a lot, says Deshawn Zombie.
Unanswered questions from Demond Sanders.
The Jaguars’ close call in Indianapolis on opening day gave the young guys confidence, says Michael C. Wright.
A generation of young Jaguars fans are very loyal, says Deirdre Conner.
Never doubt Elias, says Vic Ketchman.
Adam Stites isn’t expecting the inconsistency to end soon.
The NFL concluded there wasn’t enough evidence to charge the Redskins with tampering with Albert Haynesworth, says Gary Estwick. I think this took entirely too long.
The Steve McNair story has had a minimal impact on NFL infidelity, says Mike Freeman.
Checking in on Chris Johnson’s pace, from the Shutdown Corner blog.
Among five things Jim Wyatt knows is that tight end Craig Stevens is quietly developing.
A run through of the Titans’ slim playoff chances, from Terry McCormick.
Miami’s pass rush will pose a threat, says Estwick.