Reading the coverage: Manning from all angles


Posted by ESPN.com's Paul Kuharsky

Here's what's worth reading on the AFC South this morning.

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Houston Texans
Dunta Robinson has made a remarkable comeback from a horrific injury, says Steve Campbell.

Sunday's best matchup in Oakland will pit Andre Johnson against Nnamdi Asomugha, writes Megan Manfull.

Those hits by Cortland Finnegan on Matt Schaub and Owen Daniels cost him $25,000.

John McClain reminisces about Slingin' Sammy Baugh.

Indianapolis Colts
That's eight consecutive wins and seven consecutive playoff berths for Peyton Manning and the Colts, writes Phil Richards.

The defense got the two plays it needed, says Mike Chappell.

Manning wasn't great, he was sublime, says Bob Kravitz.

Manning may have taken the lead for MVP, opines Jason Cole.

Manning was definitely dialed in, writes Alex Marvez.

Manning is the MVP, says Pete Prisco.

Jacksonville Jaguars
A game they could have won slipped away from the Jaguars, writes Vito Stellino.

Maurice Jones-Drew has a fan in Tony Dungy, says Michael C. Wright.

Gene Frenette says the Jaguars just couldn't handle Manning.

Garry Smits' report card includes an F for pass defense.

Richard Collier was back at Jacksonville Municipal Stadium, writes Michael DiRocco.

Another fourth down conversion for the offense, says Michael C. Wright.

Tennessee Titans
Kerry Collins is trying to figure out his slow starts, writes Jim Wyatt.

David Climer says the Titans shouldn't use Vince Young unless it's necessary.

Jeff Fisher will watch his son play for a national championship tonight, writes Chip Cirillo.

Kyle Vanden Bosch feels good after his surgery, says Gary Estwick.

Cortland Finnegan plans to appeal his fines, reports Jim Wyatt.

The Titans always get revved up for Steelers week, says Terry McCormick.

What to watch for in Steelers-Titans, from Terry McCormick.