Bills coach Chan Gailey questions the intensity of rookie RB C.J. Spiller.
The Dolphins aren’t doing well in Pro Bowl voting, despite plenty of impressive individual performances.
The Patriots are atop SI.com’s latest power rankings.
Jets WR Santonio Holmes is “a dynamic playmaker,” according to Steelers coach Mike Tomlin.
Enjoy Ravens CB Josh Wilson’s Week Fourteen game-winning pick-six in Tecmo Bowl form.
Geoff Hobson of Bengals.com observed “a bit of frost in the air” when coach Marvin Lewis replaced WR Terrell Owens at the podium for Wednesday’s press conferences.
Browns S T.J. Ward plans to apologize to Jordan Shipley Sunday for his dirty early-season hit on the Bengals’ rookie receiver.
Gerry Dulac of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette forecasts a 20-10 Steelers win over the Jets this week.
Texans coach Gary Kubiak described his team’s season as “very, very difficult right now.”
Colts QB Peyton Manning is treating Week Fifteen against the Jaguars like it’s “a playoff game.”
Jaguars TE Marcedes Lewis ranks second in the league in touchdowns at his position.
Titans RB Chris Johnson hopes to make up this week for his last effort against the Texans, a game he finished with just five yards on seven carries.
Broncos QB Kyle Orton insists he’s healthy enough to play, despite missing Wednesday’s practice with a sore arm and ribs.
Chiefs QB Matt Cassel, considered “day to day” while recovering from an appendectomy, is the only player listed on the team’s Week Fifteen injury report.
The Raiders were in a five-safety package without CB Nnamdi Asomugha for Jaguars WR Jason Hill’s 48-yard touchdown bomb on 2nd-and-18 last week.
Comcast SportsNet Bay Area breaks down key matchups for Thursday night’s Chargers-49ers game.
The Cowboys have shaken up the wide receiver position on both their practice squad and active roster.
Giants WR Mario Manningham revealed that he strained his hip flexor while blocking for RB Brandon Jacobs’ 73-yard run on Monday night.
Charles Davis of NFL Network predicts that the Eagles will lose to the Giants this weekend.
Redskins LS Nick Sundberg intends to “just move on” from last week’s botched PAT snap that cost his team a chance to go to overtime against the Bucs.
Bears LS Patrick Mannelly has been selected to the 2010 All-Fundamentals Team.
Lions LB DeAndre Levy was surprised that he intercepted a pass last week after he “dropped a lot of balls … in practice.”
Packers LB Clay Matthews is “a hell of a player,” according to Patriots QB Tom Brady.
The Vikings are falling apart as an organization.
The Falcons should get RB Jason Snelling back after a two-week hamstring injury.
Out for the season with a torn shoulder labrum, Panthers QB Matt Moore hopes to resume throwing by March.
Saints players are relishing a potential “hostile game” in Week Fifteen at Baltimore.
Bucs LB Geno Hayes apologized Wednesday for his recent arrest on disorderly conduct and trespassing charges.
Cardinals QB Derek Anderson still hasn’t been medically cleared from his concussion.
49ers QB Alex Smith goes from facing the Seahawks’ No. 30 pass defense last week to the Chargers’ No. 1-ranked unit on Thursday night.
Seahawks S Lawyer Milloy is “a warrior on the field,” according to Falcons WR and former teammate Roddy White.
The Rams have their work cutout against Kansas City’s rushing offense this week.