Posted by ESPN.com's Paul Kuharsky
Before we head for the airport and make our way back to Nashville for a belated Thanksgiving, here are your morning headlines from around the division.
After a good rest, the Texans returned for a short Thanksgiving practice, says Dale Robertson.
The Texans are wary of dual threat David Garrard, writes Robertson.
Houston has failed to keep pace with several teams it beat last season, according to John McClain.
Ron Jaworski tells McClain what he thinks of the Texans on film.
With Bob Sanders looking to be out in Cleveland, Melvin Bullitt is ready, again. Details from Mike Chappell.
The Colts are waiting on Sanders' knee, says Tom James.
Phil Richards looks at the Dawson family, which has one son in Iraq and another playing for the Colts.
A look at some turkeys so far this season, from Phillip B. Wilson.
Andre Johnson knows exactly how the Jaguars feel, says Michael C. Wright.
Steve Weatherford could challenge Adam Podlesh in training camp next year, writes Vito Stellino.
A thrashing of the Lions was good therapy for the Titans just four days after their first loss of the season, says Jim Wyatt.
A dominating defense returned for the Titans in Detroit, according to Gary Estwick.
Vince Young saw action in a mop-up role, writes Wyatt.
Joe Biddle's four downs from Detroit.
Wyatt's report card features two A-pluses and two A's.
Fullback Ahmard Hall showed off what he can do with the ball in his hands, from The Tennessean's notebook.