Wiping out missed tackles is a focus for the Dolphins right now.
The Patriots know they let a win get away from them on Sunday night.
The Bengals run defense didn’t earn high marks against the Redskins.
Picking out the bad signs of the Steelers 1-2 start.
Bob Kravitz of the Indianapolis Star doesn’t think the Colts deserve criticism for getting too conservative on offense.
The Jaguars hope that Sunday’s win proves to be a turning point in the 2012 season.
Titans coach Mike Munchak said he’s seen things he likes in the running game.
The Chiefs fill like they’ve nudged their season back in the right direction.
Bob Ford of the Philadelphia Inquirer thinks the Eagles are looking bad in the wake of their first loss of the year.
Drew Sharp of the Detroit Free Press thinks the Lions are “too cute” to win a Super Bowl.
Packers coach Mike McCarthy said he should have adjusted the team’s offensive game plan earlier than he did on Monday night.
Said Panthers DE Charles Johnson of the team’s defense, “Everybody has to gel and everybody has to be on the same page. And once it clicks, you can see it when it’s clicking. But it ain’t clicking right now.”
Explaining the lack of adjustments on offense for the Buccaneers.
The Cardinals defense is getting mentioned in some pretty good company.
Members of the 49ers met Jim Brown during their stay in Ohio on Monday.
The way the game ended makes it hard to remember that the story of the night once looked like it would be about the Seahawks pass rush.