The Bengals have never beaten Peyton Manning, winless in seven tries.
A legal battle is brewing between the Steelers and the bureaucrats over plans to expand Heinz Field. (And Jaguars fans will be upset because no one will use this as the basis for speculation that the Steelers may move to L.A. or London.)
The Colts will be using a different combination of offensive linemen for the fourth straight game.
While there’s no such thing as bad publicity, the fact that the Jaguars were the team mentioned most often in connection with the question of whether Alabama could beat the worst team in the NFL surely isn’t a good thing.
When Broncos RB Ronnie Hillman is teased about being so young, he points out that when he’s as old as his teammates were when they entered the league, he’ll be on his second contract; “They’ll usually be quiet after that one,” Hillman said.
The Raiders have become more diverse in their run-blocking scheme.
Chiefs coach Romeo Crennel wasn’t fired on Friday; the fact that’s news shows how bad things are right now in Kansas City.
Out of football not long ago, injuries will allow LB Ernie Sims to start for the Cowboys on Sunday.
Drunk-driving task forces will be patrolling U.S. 41 after Sunday’s Cardinals-Packers game at Lambeau Field.
The Vikings hope to improve the timing of their passing game.
Falcons defensive coordinator Mike Nolan is playing chess with a team that is the color of checkers.
As the Saints face a must-win game against the Eagles, how would coach Sean Payton try to turn the team around?
The Panthers seem to be getting their tight ends more involved in the passing game.
Rams coach Jeff Fisher isn’t happy with his team’s 3-5 record through eight games. (With as many wins as the franchise earned in 2011 and 2009 combined, the fans should be ecstatic.)
49ers Hall of Fame QB Steve Young is impressed with current 49ers QB Alex Smith.