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Tuesday, December 22, 2009
Reading the coverage: Taylor may face Jags

By Paul Kuharsky
ESPN.com

Houston Texans

The Texans' poor conference record means they are at the back of the pack of teams vying for a wild-card berth, says John McClain.

Kyle Shanahan would be in line to join his dad if Mike Shanahan resurfaces, says McClain.

Five Texans questions from Lance Zierlein.

Gary Kubiak talked to 610 in Houston, and Sports Radio Interviews provides some transcript and a link.

Indianapolis Colts

The Colts paused to enjoy the view from the top, says Mike Chappell.

A weekend off was good for the Colts, says Phil Richards.

Jim Caldwell is mum on plans for playing time against the Jets, says Phillip B. Wilson.

Reviewing Bill Polian’s radio show: Anthony Gonzalez will practice fully Wednesday and likely be a game-time decision, says John Oehser.

Defensive starters weigh in on perfection pursuit, from Jeremiah Johnson.

Jacksonville Jaguars

Michael C. Wright has a long talk with Fred Taylor.

Clint Ingram is on IR.

How close are the Jags? Vic Ketchman talks it through.

Eben Britton has a lot of improving to do, says Terry O’Brien. Watch his video of still shots with examples.

As they prepare for a trip to New England remember the Jaguars are bad in the cold, says Big Cat Country.

Tennessee Titans

Keith Bulluck's season-ending knee injury clouds his future, says Jim Wyatt.

Wyatt talked to new Titan Jamie Winborn.

A short week limits the Titans’ schedule, says Gary Estwick.

Jeff Fisher tried again to explain why he didn’t use timeouts to force a late Dolphins punt, says Terry McCormick.

The Titans will move on without Bulluck and David Thornton, says McCormick.

There is still some bad blood between the Titans and Chargers, at least according to Shawne Merriman and Shaun Phillip, blogs Wyatt.