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David Caldwell should hire the best guy he can find as the next head coach of the Jacksonville Jaguars. I’m sure he’s most interested in the ideas of his candidates, in his sense of their ability to teach and instruct, in the quality of the staffs theUpvote Share Tweet
The Texans are finished after losing to the Patriots last Sunday, which means one of the greatest individual seasons by a defensive end has also come to an end. J.J. Watt will add no more sacks or batted passes to a resume that’s likely to make him theUpvote Share TweetWhen Titans receiver Kenny Britt found himself in legal trouble in 2011, his father said it was important for Kenny to stay out of New Jersey. But with police in New Jersey now wanting to question Britt about a stabbing and a shooting over the weekend, …Upvote Share Tweet
Is Something Wrong?: Critics are still buzzing over the Broncos' costl…Critics are still buzzing over the Broncos' costly decision-making Saturday, but what role does Peyton Manning's health play in the situation? Peter King tackles that and more.Upvote Share TweetJim isn't the only Harbaugh to have a bold late-season move pay off. In Baltimore, the switch to Jim Caldwell as OC has the once free-falling Ravens thriving, Don Banks writes.Upvote Share Tweet
RTC: New Jags coach can lean on metricsReading the coverage… Houston Texans The Houston Chronicle columnists take opposing viewpoints on the Texans’ future. Randy Harvey says they have too many question marks to be a true contender. Jerome Solomon says it’s too soon to write the Texans oUpvote Share TweetJohn Fox would tell Peyton Manning to take the knee again.Upvote Share TweetThe Titans failed to maximize Jared Cook’s talents in 2012, and it was one of many disappointing storylines. Among all the players in the offensive meeting room, he may have had the hardest time understanding what coordinator Chris Palmer was trying toUpvote Share TweetAs the Texans deal with the wreckage of a season of failed expectations thanks in part to subpar performances by their starting quarterback in big games, the head coach has reiterated what is obvious in light of Matt Schaub’s contract: Schaub will remUpvote Share TweetFOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) -- The New England Patriots have done just fine without Rob Gronkowski.Upvote Share Tweet
NFL32OT: Ravens-Patriots Meet AgainJan 15Episode 249: Jason Taylor breaks down the Ravens defense going up against Tom Brady and the Patriots offense. The NFL32 crew discuss Texans head coach Gary Kubiak's comments on Matt Schaub.
Peter King: Peyton's arm and conservative Broncos; catching up with Reid; …Jan 15Five items, a sort of mini-MMQB, for a Championship Week Tuesday ...
Don Banks: Once left for dead, Ravens a threat again thanks to bold Caldwe…Jan 15Everyone understood it was a bold and risky move to make at such a vital position so late in the season. But that Harbaugh guy clearly knew what he was doing, because it has quickly elevated his team's offensive production to new heights and brought a S…
NFL playoffs -- Harbaugh's risk will pay off for 49ersJan 15Jim Harbaugh's gamble on Colin Kaepernick will pay off with a Super Bowl title.
Grantland Channel Presents: House EatsJan 15Joe House and I became friends for two reasons: eating and basketball. When we went to school together at the College of the Holy Cross, we would play...