The Dolphins have averaged under 70 rushing yards per game in their last seven games.
If the Bengals wind up in the playoffs, their schedule will likely have something to do with it.
With injuries at corner, the Browns safeties will have to play a big role in pass defense.
Said Steelers QB Byron Leftwich, “I’m a D.C. kid, an inner city kid, and I grew up throwing rocks and anything else I could throw. I throw the way I throw. Yeah, I’ve got a long windup. We all do things differently, but the key is, can we get out there and get the job done? I can still play a little bit.”
Five questions about the Texans ahead of Sunday’s game.
Said Colts G.M. Ryan Grigson, “Obviously, I’m elated, I’m not going to sit here and lie about it. But we’re still only at the midpoint of the season. We know six wins doesn’t get you anywhere in the postseason, but we feel the organization is going in the right direction.”
Throwing the ball downfield is a particular weakness of the Jaguars passing game.
The Titans have the eyes on finishing strong after the bye week.
The Chiefs are expected to play in front of a hostile Arrowhead Stadium crowd on Sunday.
Injuries at running back have exposed the Raiders’ lack of faith in their depth.
Said Chargers CB Quentin Jammer, “You shouldn’t need a pep talk to get amped for this game. We know what the implications are. You shouldn’t need any motivation other than the implications of this football game to get yourself ready to play this game.”
The Redskins will be making a quick turnaround after Sunday’s game.
Said Lions WR Calvin Johnson, “You hate to say must-win, but this is of the utmost importance to get this win, especially in our division. You can’t just stand by and expect they’re going to come. You got to go and take it, and it starts on Sunday.”
Vikings coach Leslie Frazier says he has to balance the big picture with a focus on next week’s game.
The Panthers need to renew their running game.
Interim coach Joe Vitt says the Saints aren’t thinking about anything but this week’s game.
The Cardinals hope the second half treats them well again this season.
Rams special teams coach John Fassel has carved out his own niche in the family business.
An argument in favor of the Seahawks as NFC West champions.