The Bills have their work cut out for them with three straight road games.
A look at the first half of the Dolphins’ season shows many more negatives than positives.
Said Patriots DE Mark Anderson, “We’re going to do a little more preparation for the Jets. They had a great game last week. I know Bill [Belichick] is looking forward to this game and we are as well. We’re going to be real prepared for them and we’re going to be ready to make a statement.”
Here’s a midseason report card for the Jets.
Said Steelers coach Mike Tomlin of the loss to the Ravens, “I’m not comfortable, and I’m not looking for comfort. That’s not how we live. I think it is important that we understand the urgency of this moment, and the gravity of the preparation that awaits us this week, and that we right this thing and quickly get back to winning football.”
S Quintin Demps is making the most of a second chance with the Texans.
They’re rearranging some of the deck chairs on the NFL’s version of the Titanic.
Jaguars LB Mike Lockley is starting to make a little more money to help pay off his Suh-sized training camp fine.
Here are some hot topics facing the Titans.
The Chiefs need to get more pressure on opposing quarterbacks.
Here’s a midseason report card for the Giants.
The Redskins made a couple roster moves.
Said new Lions G Leonard Davis, “My role is to learn this system right now. That’s all I can do right now. I can’t come in here and expect to be on the field next week or the week after. It’s all trust. I’ve got to learn the system and then get comfortable, and then have them have faith in me.”
What the Packers have got here is failure to communicate.
Said Panthers OT Jordan Gross, “If you want to split them into two seasons, we’ve definitely gotta be above .500 this second half of the year. Our honeymoon period’s over with this offense and with this coaching staff. Really, there’s no excuses for us not to do well.”
The Bucs have avoided a blackout for their home game against the Cowboys.
The Cardinals have a whole lot of areas where they need to improve.
Rams WR Danario Alexander says all he can do is take it slow with his hamstring strain: “We can’t really rush anything,” Alexander said. “We’re just going to take it day-by-day. I tried to run last Wednesday on it, and I thought I did pretty well until the end. It kind of bit me a little bit. So I don’t want that to happen again.”
The Seahawks are showing an inability to finish.