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A full slate of headlines collected during my morning surfing session...
Richard Justice looks at Vince Young, coming home at a career crossroads.
The Texans win in December, but it's usually been too late, says Dale Robertson.
The Titans Houston-based owner Bud Adams has been smartly patient with his people, writes John McClain.
Former receiver Harry Williams won the Texans' Ed Block Courage Award.
McClain looks at Titans-Texans matchups.
Is Peyton Manning lining up for a third MVP? Mike Chappell contemplates.
Chappell looks at four of Manning's best moments this season.
The transcript of Bill Polian's weekly radio show.
Clint Session is a lot better player than he was early this season, according to Phillip B. Wilson.
Jim Trotter says it's a toss-up whether the Colts are going to be a threat in the playoffs.
Najeh Davenport joined the Colts and is ready to return kicks, writes Phil Richards.
A look at Darrell Reid's prep career, by Chappell.
The Colts have to be wary of Calvin Johnson.
His season over, Fred Taylor plans to play in 2009, writes Vito Stellino.
Packers-Jaguars won't be blacked out in Jacksonville.
Please don't miss those two stories from Houston under the Texans header -- one on Vince Young and one on Bud Adams.
Kicker Rob Bironas is hoping for a long-term deal, says Jessica Bliss.
LenDale White only has 674 yards, but holds out hope of joining Chris Johnson as a 1,000-yard rusher, writes Gary Estwick.
A Nashville lab confirmed the contents of the controversial StarCaps over a year ago, writes Teresa Walker.
Michael Roos is having a Pro Bowl-caliber season, says Terry McCormick.