Reading the coverage: Gauging the Colts' momentum

Posted by ESPN.com's Paul Kuharsky

Heading to San Diego this morning, but you might still find some posts trickling out while I travel.

Some morning headlines for you:

Houston Texans

Indianapolis Colts

  • A look back at a crazy season for the Colts, by Phil Richards who counted 19 knee surgeries.

  • Feisty Philip Rivers is ready to take on the Colts again, writes Phillip B. Wilson.

  • Peyton Manning learns if he's MVP today, as Wilson looks at his competition.

  • Dan Federkeil is expected to start at right guard in San Diego, says Richards.

  • San Diego has done things the hard way, writes Richards.

  • Dominic Rhodes is wearing a winning-streak beard, writes Mike Chappell.

  • Pressure on Rivers is crucial for the Colts, says Tom James.

  • It's hard to gauge momentum as the playoffs start, writes James.

  • Dallas Clark ranks as one of the biggest unsung heroes in the league, according to Adam Schein.

Jacksonville Jaguars

  • All is quiet with those who cover the Jags.

Tennessee Titans

  • The Titans await the weekend's results, writes Gary Estwick.

  • Jeff Fisher had his team in pads for Thursday's practice, says Jim Wyatt.

  • Chris Johnson thought offensive rookie of the year voting was bogus, according to Estwick.