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The Texans are at their fork in the road, opines Steve Campbell.
Defensively, Houston has to figure out the red zone, says Dale Robertson.
Nobody in the Texans' secondary was higher than a fourth-round draft pick, writes John McClain.
Ahman Green will work as the second running back, according to Megan Manfull.
McClain breaks down Colts-Texans, position-by-position.
It's Dirty Job Day at the Indianapolis Star. A look at the life of a punt-team gunner, by Phil Richards.
Bob Kravitz says the Colts aren't in Panic City, but they are residing in the suburbs.
With an open roof, the weather at Reliant Stadium will be in the mid-80s, says Mike Chappell.
Dwight Freeney looks back on his high school career.
Phillip B. Wilson's matchup page.
The Steelers' injury report has 12 players on it, notes Michael C. Wright.
Derrick Harvey is hungry for his first sack, according to Vito Stellino.
Pete Prisco of CBSSports.com has Albert Haynesworth as Defensive Player of the Year and Chris Johnson as offensive rookie of the year in his first quarter awards.
Despite the fact that they are most analysts' choice as the best team in the AFC, the Titans hold on to silly idea that they are disrespected underdogs.
Like a lot of young linebackers, Stephen Tulloch grew up a big admirer of Ray Lewis, according to Gary Estwick.
It's looking like Vince Young will be the Titans' No. 2 quarterback on Sunday, says Jim Wyatt.
Keith Bulluck contemplates Ernie Davis, at the behest of Estwick.