Reading the coverage: Colts run game nears historic low

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by NewsGrabber, Nov 6, 2008.

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    Posted by's Paul Kuharsky

    Let's see what's been written around the division this morning.

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    Houston Texans

    Zac Diles is out for the season with a broken leg, writes John McClain.

    The Texans signed snapper Clark Harris to be ready in case Bryan Pittman's suspension, reports McClain.

    Jerome Solomon says the election was a moving experience for the Texans.

    N.D. Kalu leaves the Titans with a lot of respect from McClain.

    Diles did a lot to help prevent big plays, blogs Megan Manfull.

    Minnesota's Jared Allen denies he went after Matt Schaub's knees.

    Indianapolis Colts

    The Colts are on pace for the fourth-lowest per-game rushing average in the league since 1970, writes Mike Chappell.

    Kelvin Hayden is expected to miss the Steelers game, but Freddy Keiaho and Dante Hughes should be back, according to Phil Richards.

    Clifton Dawson went on IR and the Colts signed Titans practice squad defensive tackle Antonio Johnson, says Chappell.

    Tony Dungy's got ties to the Steelers, writes Tom James.

    Jacksonville Jaguars

    Jack Del Rio sent a bunch of messages Wednesday, according to Vito Stellino.

    Gene Frenette's take on Del Rio's shakeup.

    Matt Jones still hasn't heard anything about his suspension appeal, writes Michael C. Wright.

    Miami linebacker Joey Porter rips Matt Jones, says Wright.

    Tennessee Titans

    Kerry Collins is one of this season's feel-good stories, according to Pete Prisco.

    Middle linebacker Stephen Tulloch is making good progress and models himself after Mike Singletary, says Jim Wyatt.

    The Bears are confident in Rex Grossman, writes Gary Estwick.

    A rib injury has Keith Bulluck uncomfortable, according to Wyatt.

    Bulluck and Kyle Vanden Bosch sit out practice, says Terry McCormick.

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