Reading the coverage: Brackett, Dawson to miss time

December, 2, 2008
12/02/08
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Posted by ESPN.com's Paul Kuharsky

Good morning from Houston, where I have sifted through the headlines to give you an easy click-and-read opportunity to see what's been written.

The AFC South blog will soon be on the way back to Nashville and I'll bring you more from the division when I get back.

We've had a two-week hiatus on the chat, so put Thursday's in your date book: 3:00 p.m. right here.

Houston Texans

  • The Texans dominated the first "Monday Night Football" game in Houston since 1994, writes John McClain.
  • Richard Justice says the Texans did well to make a good first impression on "Monday Night Football."
  • Mario Williams tormented David Garrard and got three sacks and a forced fumble, says Dale Robertson.
  • Steve Slaton is closing in on 1,000 yards, writes Megan Manfull.
  • All of a sudden, the Texans are forcing turnovers, says Manfull.

Indianapolis Colts

  • Injuries continue to pile up for the Colts. Linebacker Gary Brackett looks to be out at least a week and defensive tackle Keyunta Dawson will be gone longer than that, writes Phil Richards.
  • Just a couple of plays have made a huge difference for the Colts this season. Mike Chappell breaks them down.
  • The Colts rank fifth in brand strength among 122 major pro sports franchises, according to the second annual Turnkey Team Brand Index, published in Street & Smith's Sports Business Journal.
  • Indy is hopeful Bob Sanders will play Sunday against Cincinnati, according to Tom James.

Jacksonville Jaguars

  • Gene Frenette says David Garrard was unable to lift a listless offense.
  • There is no sign things will get better soon for the Jaguars, says Frenette.
  • Rashean Mathis didn't finish the game in Houston because of a knee injury, writes Vito Stellino.
  • The Jaguars are now at the bottom of the AFC South. Michael C. Wright wonders if they've quit.
  • Bad starts are killing the Jags, writes Stellino.
  • The man accused of shooting Richard Collier appears in court.

Tennessee Titans

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