Bucky Gleason of the Buffalo News observes a night and day difference with the Bills since they changed coaches.
The Dolphins signed WR Taurus Johnson to their practice squad.
Said Patriots defensive coordinator Dean Pees of Monday night’s loss, “We didn’t tackle
well. We had more missed assignments than we’ve had in almost all the
other previous games combined. I don’t know [why] exactly. I’m trying
to find out what the factor was to that so that I can remedy it and fix
it as a coach.”
Jets coach Rex Ryan is stressing ball security with WR Braylon Edwards this week.
Ravens LB Paul Kruger is doing his best to deflect praise for his overtime interception against the Steelers.
Geoff Hobson of Bengals.com looks at how the Bengals stack up statistically against the last 10 Super Bowl champions.
The Browns haven’t gotten much from second-round pick WR Brian Robiskie.
Steelers veterans are facing their current situation by remembering the way they closed the 2005 season.
Paul Kuharsky found that nine of 11 Texans were unprepared for a key play against the Colts because they were still caught up in the previous play.
The Colts waived DE Josh Thomas, the third time he’s been cut by the team, and CB Anthony Madison on Tuesday.
Ron Littlepage of the Florida Times-Union feels that the Jaguars have poor customer service.
The special teams units haven’t seen the same improvement as the rest of the Titans.
The more Broncos RB Knowshon Moreno learns about his role, the more impressive he’s performed.
Limiting big plays has been a problem for the Chiefs defense all season, and Sunday was no exception.
A new billboard urges Raiders owner Al Davis to hire a general manager.
The Chargers signed LB Marques Harris to the active roster and released OL Corey Clark.
Cowboys coach Wade Phillips isn’t concerned with K Nick Folk’s misses because they haven’t come at clutch moments.
The Giants signed LB Kenny Ingram to their practice squad and released DB Anthony Scirrotto.
The Eagles released CB Ramzee Robinson to make room for WR Jordan Norwood on the active roster.
Redskins TE Chris Cooley admitted to feeling uncertain about what he’ll return to next season.
The Bears will be playing on new grass at Soldier Field on Sunday.
The Lions promoted TE Dan Gronkowski, a seventh-round pick, from their practice squad.
The Packers are hopeful that adverse weather conditions won’t have a negative impact on their special teams.
Third downs have produced good work from both the Vikings offense and defense.
The Falcons signed a familiar face, QB D.J. Shockley, to their practice squad.
The Panthers signed LB Quinton Culbertson, late of the UFL, and waived LB Kelvin Smith.
Saints QB Drew Brees joined Tom Brady as the only players to throw for 350 yards, complete 75 percent of his passes and throw five touchdowns without an interception in a single game.
The Buccaneers signed P Sam Paulescu after a workout on Tuesday.
Said Cardinals QB Matt Leinart, “Even though it’s one game and we don’t know what will happen this week,
I got my shot and I think I took advantage of it, despite the loss. I
want to be the quarterback here for a long time and I know I can. I am
confident I can.”
Rookie Darrell Scott’s ascension from the inactive list to a starting role on the Rams defensive line was unexpected.
Dwight Clark will return to the 49ers as a business operations consultant.
The Seahawks plan to blitz more over the last five games of the season.