Thursday, November 13, 2008
Reading the coverage: Is Peterson being phased out?
Posted by ESPN.com's Paul Kuharsky
Let's zip around the division, shall we?
- Texans owner Bob McNair is optimistic, but losing some patience, writes Megan Manfull. While he said the team will evaluate everyone after the season, his comments included this: "If we have a chance to upgrade our coaches, will we do that? Yes. We'll always do that."
- McNair may know Kubiak isn't the right guy, blogs Richard Justice.
- Antwaun Molden could get some time on defense soon, says Manfull. A young guy getting an opportunity in the second half of a not-so-good season. Hmmm, I wonder what that means.
- Mike Peterson feels like he's being phased out, while Jack Del Rio won't detail the plan for the linebacker, writes Michael C. Wright.
- Uche Nwaneri will spend a lot of time trying to slow Albert Haynesworth, says Vito Stellino.
- Fred Taylor laughed at the concept of a "last stand," but Sunday's game against the Titans may be just that, writes Jim Wyatt.
- Another write up about Peterson, from the AP.
- Better health has helped produce better play in the secondary, according to Wright.
- Albert Haynesworth and Chris Johnson are one of eight tandems Nate Davis considers most influential.
- The Titans playoff-ticket plan is under way, according to Jim Wyatt.
- A look at the Kerry Collins-Mike Heimerdinger relationship, from Terry McCormick.
- Jeff Fisher is underrated and under the radar, according to Tania Ganguli.
- Haynesworth said everyone thought the Titans' schedule was tough when the season started, writes Gary Estwick.