Saturday, January 16, 2010
Reading the coverage: Tide yourself over
By Paul Kuharsky
The Cowboys are bigger than the Texans, says Richard Justice.
Texans offensive assistant Matt LaFleur is interviewing with the Redskins, says McClain.
It’s put up or shut down for the Colts, says Phil Richards.
The trick for Peyton Manning will be figuring out how many rushers are coming, and from where, says Phillip B. Wilson.
Ravens fans have bought up more of the available tickets that opponent’s fans usually do, says Wilson.
The Colts probably get the ball first, because John Harbaugh likes to defer when he wins the toss. If that’s your strategy, generally, more power to you. But putting the Colts offense on the field first when you don’t have to is a mistake.
Reggie Wayne and Dallas Clark have been productive in the playoffs, says Phillip B. Wilson.
A look at the Colts' playoff first-timers.
The big concern is the Ravens running game, says John Oehser.
Jim Caldwell’s made the Colts his team, says Tom James.
Five players to keep an eye on, from James.
Eighteen things to watch for, from Deshawn Zombie.
Why Pierre Garcon is the key to winning the Super Bowl, says Stampede Blue.
Mike Tanier’s preview.
Jacksonville cannot afford to lose the Jaguars, says Gene Frenette.
Tight ends coach Mike Tice has left to coach the offensive line in Chicago, says Vito Stellino. I hit on what it could mean here.
Nearly 26 percent of David Garrard’s completions didn’t count as successful plays to Football Outsiders.
It will be tough for the Jaguars to gain ground in the AFC South, says Vic Ketchman.
Brett Kern learned a lot from Craig Hentrich, says Jim Wyatt.