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Dale Robertson looks at the Texans’ habitual bad starts.
If the Texans have heart, they’d be wise to show it now, says John McClain.
Bill Cowher spreading or allowing word to be spread that he is interested in certain jobs is out of bounds, says Jerome Solomon.
People should be taking a look at Rick Smith’s résumé too, says Richard Justice.
A trip to Oakland makes for a home game for a couple of Colts, says Phillip B. Wilson.
Should Austin Collie play or step away, asks Bob Kravitz. (Video.)
The transcript of Bill Polian’s weekly radio show.
In a lot of ways, the Raiders may be a tougher matchup than the Jaguars, says John Oehser.
Peyton Manning and Tom Brady have had similar success against top defenses, says Nate Dunlevy.
Jordan Black won’t forget Sunday’s loss in Indianapolis, says Tania Ganguli.
Todd Bouman’s been the de facto third quarterback even while not on the roster, says Ganguli.
Vic Ketchman thinks the Raiders will beat the Colts.
Don Carey is not good, says Alfie Crow.
It’s uncertain if Bo Scaife will be back in uniform Sunday in Kansas City, says John Glennon.
Only one visitor has scored more than 14 points at Kansas City, says Glennon.
The Titans added two to their practice squad, says Glennon.
Tennessee is too hot and cold, says David Boclair.