Friday, January 8, 2010
Reading the coverage: On NFL greed
By Paul Kuharsky
The AFC South shows well in the standings for the decade.
Joel Dreessen wanted desperately to go to the playoffs, says John La Porte.
The Colts plan on using Matt Stover in the playoffs, not Adam Vinatieri, says Phil Richards.
What the Colts will watch in the first round of the playoffs, from John Oehser.
Assessing the playoff field with Pete Prisco.
The Colts are in three of Don Banks’ top potential matchups for the Super Bowl.
A Q&A with Jim Caldwell at the team’s Web site.
Phillip B. Wilson chats with Clint Session. I wrote about the linebacker Thursday, which you can find here.
Talk of a Jaguars’ move shows the league’s greed is insatiable, says Mark Woods.
The division needs some playoff wins to carry the best-division banner says Vic Ketchman.
Pondering the 2014 Jaguars, with Big Cat Country.
Big Cat Country looks over early mock drafts.
Kenny Britt expects to do a lot more, says Gary Estwick.
Jim Wyatt expects Nate Washington to make a lot of progress next year.
Usain Bolt would kick Chris Johnson to the slow lane, says David Climer.
A defensive overhaul is an offseason priority, says Terry McCormick.
One-time Titan Jarrett Payton will play arena ball in Chicago.