Reading the coverage: Every angle on Titans-Colts
October, 28, 2008
Posted by ESPN.com's Paul Kuharsky
The Colts and Titans made for a late night, so please forgive the "late" hour of your daily tour of the AFC South.
- The Texans are gaining recognition as one of the league's more potent offense, writes John McClain.
- Safeties Nick Ferguson and Eugene Wilson drew praise for their play, says McClain.
- Andre Johnson is playing at an elite level, says Brooke Bentley of houstontexans.com
- Four games back, the Colts will think wild card, writes Phil Richards.
- Bob Kravitz says there is no doubt the Titans are better.
- A couple failed fourth-and-shorts doomed the Colts, says Mike Chappell.
- Kerry Collins picked apart the Colts with short and effective passes, according to Phillip B. Wilson.
- Indy is in trouble, writes Clark Judge.
- The Colts are a wild card at best, says Tom Curran.
- Guard Chris Naeole is likely to miss the remainder of the season after suffering a broken hand in warm-ups before his first action of the year, according to Vito Stellino.
- Jack Del Rio is searching for answers, writes Jim Nasella.
- A Q&A with David Garrard.
- The Titans deliver a Monday night message, writes Jim Wyatt.
- David Climer believes the Titans are now the team to beat.
- Joe Biddle contemplates a changing of the guard in the AFC South.
- Eddie George sees something familiar in these Titans, says Wyatt.
- Five things Dennis Dillon learned Monday night.
- Chris Hope tried to edge in on Keith Bulluck's "Mr. Monday Night" nickname, according to Gary Estwick.
- The Titans solved the Peyton Manning puzzle, says Tom Kreager.
- The Tennessean's report card.
- Vic Carucci of NFL.com saw it as a statement game.
- Tennessee takes control of the AFC South, writes Terry McCormick.
- The Titans are writing a perfect story, opines Matt Wilson.
- The pass defense did well shutting down the Colts' dangerous wideouts, says McCormick.
- A behind-the-scenes look at "Monday Night Football" production from Jessica Bliss.
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