AFC South: Glenn Pakulak
September, 22, 2009
By Paul Kuharsky | ESPN.com
Posted by ESPN.com’s Paul Kuharsky
- The Texans won, remarkably, despite their failures in rushing and rushing defense, says John McClain.
- Chester Pitts is having knee surgery and will see his start streak end at 114, writes McClain.
- Matt Schaub and the Texans are working on trust, writes Thomas George.
- Jacoby Jones can avoid NFL punishment after being accepted into a DWI diversion program in Houston, reports Mark Berman.
- Alan Burge breaks down what happened to the Texans on Chris Johnson’s three touchdowns: one, two and three.
- The Colts overcame Miami’s clock-eating run game, says Phil Richards.
- Dallas Clark’s remarkable night keyed the Colts, says Phillip B. Wilson.
- Pierre Garcon’s only catch won the game, says Mike Chappell.
- Johnny Unitas would have been proud of this performance by Peyton Manning, opines Bob Kravitz.
- John Oehser reviews the game and says we still don't know how good the Colts are.
- Proclaiming it improbable is being kind, says Alex Marvez.
- Miraculous work by Manning covered up a lot and please notice how the coaching changes didn’t have a lot of impact, says Deshawn Zombie.
- Troy Williamson is out and Nate Hughes is gone as the Jaguars have a shakeup at receiver, says Vito Stellino.
- It’s a revolving door receiving corps, says Gene Frenette.
- Cuts follow the bad home loss, writes Jeff Hess.
- The more the Jags lose, the more young guys you’ll see, says Jay Gray. But how many more will fit in the lineup?
- Vic Ketchman is getting a lot of bench-David-Garrard e-mails, and says they are nonsensical.
- There is not much hope left in Jacksonville, says Chris Burke.
- Jeff Fisher warns against finger pointing, says Jim Wyatt.
- A.J. Trapasso and Glenn Pakulak will audition to fill in, or replace, the injured Craig Hentrich, reports Jim Wyatt.
- Gary Estwick finds two teams that started 0-3 and still made the playoffs.
- Fisher said he didn’t see a punch thrown by Jason Jones in the sideline scrap against Houston, writes Terry McCormick.
- Wyatt applauds Jones for how he handled himself.
- Titans Radio previews the Jets game. (Audio.)