When given enough time to pass, QB Kyle Orton has looked good for the Bills.
Dolphins DE Dion Jordan said fans “should be confident I’m drug-free. I’m very confident.”
For the Patriots’ defensive backs, covering Bears WRs Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery will be a tall order.
With 2014 looking like a lost season the Jets will have big decisions in 2015.
The Ravens are playing well in all three phases of the game.
Bengals players are trying to make a difference in their community.
Your reminder that the 1964 Browns were the last Cleveland team to win a championship.
Monday night’s win was nice, but the Steelers still have issues.
Texans QB Ryan Fitzpatrick doesn’t appear to be close to getting benched.
Despite losing Robert Mathis, the Colts’ pass rush is holding up well.
Jaguars LB Telvin Smith is showing a knack for making big plays.
Titans coach Ken Whisenhunt says he’s noticed “a sense of pessimism” in Tennessee. (Maybe his team should give the locals something to be optimistic about.)
The Broncos are focusing on stopping Chargers TE Antonio Gates.
Chiefs coach Andy Reid will reunite this week with Donovan McNabb, his old quarterback who will call Sunday’s game on FOX.
The Raiders’ defense is struggling on third down.
Chargers WR Keenan Allen hasn’t scored a touchdown this season, but he has made a difference to San Diego’s offense.
The Dallas defense may have a tough time with Washington WR DeSean Jackson on Monday night.
With Victor Cruz out of the season, the Giants can’t afford to have Odell Beckham play like a rookie.
Eagles long snapper Jon Dorenbos had dinner with Mel Gibson during the bye week.
Washington QB Colt McCoy got in some target practice at the team facility.
Mike Ditka thinks one of the problems in the Bears’ locker room is that the team needs permanent captains.
The Lions were pleased to find a big fan in England.
Packers QB Aaron Rodgers has gone 192 passes without an interception.
The Vikings had enough injuries on the offensive line Sunday that if they’d suffered one more, TE Rhett Ellison would have had to play on the line: “It’s never really discussed, but I would have gone in and played tackle,” Ellison said. “I’m sure we would have slid our protection to my side to help me out. At least that’s my guess.”
The Falcons keep on shuffling their injury-riddled offensive line.
Carolina is the prettiest team in the ugly NFC South.
The Saints got off to a strong start, but their terrible finish ruined a good game on Sunday.
Tampa Bay hasn’t had much of a home-field advantage this season.
The Cardinals would like to extend QB Carson Palmer, but that’s not their only contract priority.
Former Rams WR Isaac Bruce says that if St. Louis fans want to keep the team, they need to show up. (And if the Rams want the support of their fans, they need to keep playing like they did on Sunday.)
Will former 49ers owner Eddie DeBartolo Jr. get a bust in Canton?
Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin has benefited from lining up in the slot.