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Reading the coverage: Colts in playoffs with two wins

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by NewsGrabber, Dec 9, 2008.

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    Posted by ESPN.com's Paul Kuharsky

    Good morning, AFC South Blog readers. Hope you're having an easier time getting moving than I am. Here is some reading for after you get your coffee or link up to your caffeine IV...

    Houston Texans

    To beat Tennessee, Matt Schaub will have to play a lot better than he did in the first matchup, writes John McClain.

    Houston's offense is up to third in the NFL ratings, says McClain.

    Indianapolis Colts

    The Colts are assured of a playoff spot with wins in two of their final three, according to Mike Chappell.

    Things are getting better on the injury front, says Phil Richards.

    A look at some Lions-Colts subplots, from Phillip B. Wilson.

    The Colts defense has been up and down, says Tom James.

    Jacksonville Jaguars

    Jack Del Rio calls his offense inept, writes Vito Stellino.

    Five questions with David Garrard.

    Tennessee Titans

    The Titans final three opponents have won a collective 13 games in a row, says Jim Wyatt.

    Tennessee gets a shot at redemption against Steve Slaton, the only back that's topped 100 yards against the this season, writes Gary Estwick.

    LenDale White had 100 yards against Cleveland, then lost it, writes Terry McCormick.



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  2. GoTitans3801 Forward Progress!

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    Well, that answers the question on the other thread.

    It would be funny if the Colts play soft and we don't, even though neither of us has anything to lose or gain.
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    Yeah, it would be great if we did our part to be spoilers. I don't care about last year. This is the last five years talking.
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