Reading the coverage: Slaton was backed down

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by NewsGrabber, Nov 11, 2008.

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    Posted by's Paul Kuharsky

    Good morning. For your one-stop shopping and reading pleasure, I present my tour of the AFC South...

    Houston Texans

    The Texans' players have Gary Kubiak's back, writes John McClain. Call me crazy, but I think the best way to support a coach is to play well for him, not to talk about your support.

    Steve Slaton was wearing down, so the Texans lightened his load Sunday against Baltimore, explains McClain.

    McClain breaks out the F-minus in his report card.

    Players are focused on moving forward for each other, blogs Megan Manfull.

    Indianapolis Colts

    Now the schedule looks favorable, writes Mike Chappell.

    A game-by-game breakdown of what's ahead.

    Marvin Harrison is still the same threat according to Tony Dungy and Bill Polian, says Phil Richards.

    The Colts are turning things around, says Tom James.

    Jacksonville Jaguars

    Jack Del Rio felt like last week's actions were vindicated with the win in Detroit, writes Vito Stellino.

    Paul Spicer doesn't like the NFL rule that says player can't try to break up fights, says Stellino.

    Cole Pepper wonders about Mike Peterson's future.

    The man accused of shooting Richard Collier pleads not guilty.

    Five questions with Marcedes Lewis.

    Tennessee Titans

    Kerry Collins couldn't be in a better spot, but he knows there is still a lot of work ahead, writes Jim Wyatt.
    Keith Bulluck wasn't going to let his rib injury sideline him, says Gary Estwick.

    The Titans have become a hunted team, according to Terry McCormick.

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