The Buffalo News previews Bills-Raiders.
The Dolphins come in 25th in these post-Week One power rankings.
The San Diego Union-Tribune scouts the New England Patriots.
The NFL Network Playbook crew is picking the Jets over the Jaguars.
Ravens S Ed Reed is the greatest ballhawk ever.
Bengals coach Marvin Lewis envisions new TE Donald Lee as a “complementary tight end.”
The Browns’ offensive line faces a stiff Week Two test against the Colts’ pass rushers.
The Steelers aren’t in panic mode despite their Week One shellacking by the Ravens.
HoustonTexans.com has coach and player quotes from after Wednesday’s practice.
Mike Chappell of the Indianapolis Star doesn’t envision QB Peyton Manning (neck) playing this year.
Signed to a $29 million contract in the offseason, Jaguars LB Clint Session played just six snaps in Week One.
Titans RB Chris Johnson’s Week One struggles weren’t due to his performance.
Broncos K Matt Prater wants a shot at the NFL field goal record.
New Chiefs DT Kelly Gregg did not perform well in Week One.
Raiders coach Hue Jackson says WR Darrius Heyward-Bey’s confidence is at “an all-time high.”
Chargers RB Mike Tolbert (knee) is practicing fully this week.
Should the Cowboys consider signing WR Randy Moss?
Giants CB Prince Amukamara (foot) has finally ditched his walking boot.
The Eagles are using an eight-man rotation rotation on the defensive line.
Redskins coach Mike Shanahan is “keeping [his] fingers crossed” that S LaRon Landry (hamstring) plays this week.
The Bears need to start C Chris Spencer in Week Two against the Saints.
Lions WR Calvin Johnson missed Wednesday’s practice with an ankle injury, but is expected to be fine.
Packers WR James Jones is displeased with his Week One playing time.
Vikings QB Donovan McNabb discusses his miserable Minnesota debut.
The Falcons will try to match the Eagles’ speed in Week Two.
Panthers OT Jeff Otah suffered a concussion in the opener.
Saints coach Sean Payton discusses his Week Two opponent, the Chicago Bears.
The Bucs have promoted DT Brian Price into the starting lineup.
Cardinals RB Beanie Wells will square off with ex-teammate Tim Hightower on Sunday.
49ers WR Michael Crabtree continues to be plagued by foot problems.
In Week One, the Seahawks started the NFL’s youngest offensive line since 1975.
Would-be Rams receivers can’t stop dropping passes.