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Friday, January 15, 2010
Reading the coverage: VY wins one

By Paul Kuharsky
ESPN.com

Houston Texans

Andre Johnson’s an All-Pro and Brian Cushing is second team, says John McClain.

Johnson’s building quite a trophy case, says Alan Burge.

Analyzing the receivers and tight ends with Battle Red Blog.

Will Rick Dennison fix the Texans' running game? Stephanie Stradley likes that Dennison won’t be learning on the job like his predecessors were.

Indianapolis Colts

Marv Levy, Rich Gannon and Tony Dungy tell Mike Chappell why Peyton Manning is so good.

There will be no tricks for the Ravens defensive backs against the Colts, says Jason Cole.

Tight ends like Dallas Clark are a bigger receiving headache for defenses than ever, says Judy Battista.

Seattle opened itself to tampering charges by going after Tony Dungy, says Phil Richards.

Ray Rice and Gary Brackett share a Rutgers connection, says Phillip B. Wilson.

Reggie Wayne’s got a big project starting back home in Louisiana, says Chappell.

Why the Colts will beat the Ravens, from John Oehser.

Breaking down Ravens-Colts with Damon Hack.

Will Ravens fans fill up a lot of seats at Lucas Oil Stadium? Chappell takes questions.

Pierre Garcon had had some contact with family in Haiti.

Jacksonville Jaguars

Mike Sims-Walker is a finalist for an award for an NFL player who exceeded expectations, says the Times-Union.

The Jaguars won’t play in London at least in part because “Wayne (Weaver) doesn’t want to send any kind of message that might compromise that effort by giving fans any reason to believe the team isn’t totally committed to Jacksonville. Ask Vic is here.

A Reggie Nelson review from Jonathan Loesche.

No All-Pros for the Jaguars, says Big Cat Country.

Tennessee Titans

Vince Young is The Sporting News comeback player of the year.

Chris Johnson has a lot to do with the league’s increase in long runs, says Reed Albergotti. Hat tip to Music City Miracles and Randolph Winston for the link.

Titans rookies got a big welcome to the league, says Terry McCormick.

How crazy would it be if Floyd Reese landed in Seattle, where the Titans hired his replacement, Mike Reinfeldt? Jim Wyatt considers.