How bad was Thursday night’s loss by the Jets? Fireman Ed left at halftime and deleted his Twitter account.
The Dolphins are considering various upgrades to their 25-year-old stadium.
The 17 rookies on the Browns’ roster are learning about the Pittsburgh rivalry.
The Steelers’ home field will get ripped up on Saturday, with four high-school games being played there.
Colts interim coach Bruce Arians calls Sunday’s visit from the Bills a playoff game; “We have to take that approach because Buffalo is taking that approach,” Arians said. “They’re do-or-die, we better be do-or-die. That’s been our mindset all week.”
Titans RB Chris Johnson was happy to have a week off, but he “wouldn’t have minded to keep on going,” given his recent run of success.
Redskins WR Pierre Garςon “suffered no setbacks” after a five-catch, 93-yard performance against Dallas.
Lost in the poor performance of the Bears’ offensive line on Monday night is the fact that the Bears’ defensive line wasn’t every good, either.
After being shredded by LaRod Stephen-Howling, the Falcons are hoping for better run support against the Muscle Hamster.
The Panthers get another chance to prove they’re ready for primetime. (Or to prove they’re not.)
The 49ers’ kick and punt coverage units have improved significantly in recent weeks.
Coach Jeff Fisher realizes something has to give when the Rams, who haven’t won in five straight games, face an Arizona team that has lost six straight.
The Seahawks emerge from the bye week healthy and rested and ready for the stretch run.