Sunday, January 31, 2010
Reading the coverage: Awaiting the Colts
By Paul Kuharsky
The Colts were the second-most injured team in the league, the Titans were second to last.
Give this Pro Bowl a chance, says Pat Kirwin.
The Pro Bowl stinks, but how can it be fixed, asks Ross Tucker.
Drew Brees’ success tells us we should give Tim Tebow a chance, says Stewart Mandel.
Don Banks’ first mock draft.
Super Bowl and the Indianapolis Colts
Jim Irsay turned an unstable franchise into a model one, says Mike Chappell.
Bob Kravitz previews his week.
Jacob Lacey’s been delivering, says Curt Cavin.
"If we had to verbally defeat teams, we'd probably lose a lot," says Jeff Saturday. Chappell gathers reaction to Gregg Williams’ comments.
The Colts are on a roll in the red zone, says Phil Richards.
The defense will be the difference when the Colts roll, says Clark Judge.
Jerraud Powers and Lacey have been huge factors, says Doug Farrar.
Ryan Diem remembers the Super Bowl Shuffle and is sure the Colts won’t have a version, says Jeff Rabjohns.
Special teams have been solid, say Richards and Chappell.
Jamie Silva still likes to turn trash into cash, says Phil Richards.
Sean Payton’s got Hoosier roots, says Mark Alesia.
Indiana high school coaching legend Dick Dullaghan has a ticket and a torn allegiance, says Kyle Neddenriep.
Todd Golden can’t find anything to complain about in this Super Bowl.
The Colts are looking to be the hunters, says Justin Cohn.
Pierre Garcon’s reached the game of his dreams, says Stacy Clardie.
For common opponents, the Colts get an edge, says Vic Carucci.
Andre Johnson is back in school, making good on a promise, says Richard Justice.
Johnson feels right at home at the Pro Bowl in Miami, says Justice,
Crazily thorough mock drafting from Stampede Blue.
The Jaguars are about to send out season ticket renewal notices, a huge step for them, says Vito Stellino.
The Jaguars will stick with a 4-3 front. Gene Smith talked some identity issues with Stellino.
A Black and Teal mock draft.
The Titans Pro Bowlers brought Steve McNair’s sons, reports Jim Wyatt.
Chris Johnson had to do a lot of work to get to NFL stardom, says Gary Estwick.
The guys who paved the way for 2,000 yards got invites to Miami from Johnson, says Wyatt.
Adrian Peterson ranks Johnson as the NFL's second-best back, says Wyatt.
Kyle Vanden Bosch doubts he will be back, writes Wyatt.
Earnest Byner still doesn’t understand why Jeff Fisher let him go, says Estwick.
Darrelle Revis respects Cortland Finnegan’s game, says Wyatt.