Reading the coverage: No action for Harrison

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    <em>Posted by's Paul Kuharsky</em> <p><strong>Houston Texans</strong></p> <p>Gary Kubiak's hoping Mario Williams <a href="" target="_blank">will compete</a> for defensive player of the year' writes John McClain.</p> <p>Owen Daniels <a href="" target="_blank">thought about skipping</a> the Texans offseason workouts because of his contract situation, reports McClain.</p> <p>A recap of <a href="" target="_blank">McClain's chat</a>.</p> <p>In light of Kellen Winslow's deal, how much <a href=";" target="_blank">is Daniels worth</a>? Alan Burge ponders.</p> <p><strong>Indianapolis Colts</strong></p> <p><a href="" target="_blank">Nothing so far</a> for Marvin Harrison, writes Mike Chappell.</p> <p>Bill Polian is a piece of Skip Wood's story on the <a href="" target="_blank">additional pressure</a> teams face in a bad economy to get the draft right.</p> <p>A look at the Colts' <a href="" target="_blank">first round in 2002</a> and Dwight Freeney, from John Oehser.</p> <p>Kelvin Hayden <a href="" target="_blank">is different</a> that a lot of other Colts' corners, Oehser said.</p> <p>The top 25 picks of the Polian era gets to Oehser's <a href="" target="_blank">No. 19</a>.</p> <p>A thorough look at Missouri defensive tackle <a href="" target="_blank">Evander Hood</a>, courtesy of Oehser.</p> <p>Polian talks to about <a href="" target="_blank">shuffling the draft board</a> this month.</p> <p><strong>Jacksonville Jaguars</strong></p> <p>Gene Smith's first free agent addition, Sean Considine, <a href="" target="_blank">likes the GM</a>, says Cole Pepper.</p> <p>Reggie Williams is free on bail after <a href="" target="_blank">a Sunday arrest</a> for allegedly possessing a half gram of cocaine, says Dale Lezon.</p> <p><strong>Tennessee Titans</strong></p> <p>Check-ins on <a href="" target="_blank">unsigned free agents</a> Justin McCareins and Reynaldo Hill, from Jim Wyatt.</p> <p>If the Titans continue a trend, they'll go <a href="" target="_blank">defense first</a>, says Wyatt.</p> <p>Wyatt <a href="" target="_blank">seeks predictions</a> on what the Titans will do in 2009.</p> <p>A run-through of potential <a href="" target="_blank">first-round receivers</a> for the Titans, by Terry McCormick.</p>



    they wyatt predictions i feel are right on. i would say 12-4. and i would agree if brady is back and healthy the pats will be our hardest game next year
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