The Bills are going to rely heavily on their backfield.
Five keys for the Patriots in their opener.
The Ravens have embraced the no huddle offense.
Bengals offensive coordinator Jay Gruden’s offense will be (or will not be) critiqued by his brother on Monday Night.
Terry Pluto of the Cleveland Plain Dealer predicts a 6-10 record for the Browns.
The new Jaguars regime is looking to make a statement right off the bat.
Time of possession is an area in need of improvement for the Titans.
Said Broncos TE Joel Dreessen, “Peyton’s not one of those guys where it’s like, ‘Hey, this is how I’ve done it, this is my way, this is how we’re going to do it.’ He’s open to listening as far as how we adjust our routes or alignments or techniques or signals or terminology. It’s a collaborative work in progress.”
The Chargers are concerned about the speed of the Raiders.
The Giants showed linebacking depth against the Cowboys.
The Bears don’t appear to be lacking in red zone options.
On Sunday, the Lions hope to start showing the league that last year wasn’t a fluke.
Packers coach Mike McCarthy is accentuating the postives.
The young Vikings are entering some uncharted waters.
The Panthers find themselves with a talent edge on some opponents for the first time in a while.
If the Saints needed extra motivation for Sunday, the appeal process may have given it to them.
A breakdown of the Buccaneers’ 2012 schedule.
Rams coach Jeff Fisher is breathing confidence into the team.
QB Alex Smith will meet a quarterback he’s often linked with when the 49ers meet the Packers.
Defensive backs coach Kris Richard has done a good job with the Seahawks secondary.