Will the Dolphins’ overtime win over the 6-2 Bengals ease some of the locker-room dysfunction?
Bills offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett blames 15 of the 28 sacks allowed on the quarterback.
As of Friday afternoon, Bengals coach Marvin Lewis still believed the game-ending safety call was a bad one, but Lewis admitted he hadn’t seen the TV version of it. (If he ever objectively watches the TV version of it, he’ll feel differently.)
Browns coach and boyhood Browns fans Rob Chudzinski is ready to face the Ravens f/k/a the Browns for which Chud rooted.
The message from Jaguars G.M. Dave Caldwell on WR Justin Blacksmon: “We’re just not going to cut ties with him”; the key final word: “Today.”
The Texans will open the roof for Sunday Night Football if weather permits; the team opens the roof when the weather is between 50 and 80 degrees with no chance for rain.
Broncos director of player personnel Matt Russell appeared in court on Friday on pending charges stemming from his July DUI arrest.
The middle finger fired at officials by Raiders defensive coordinator Jason Tarver may have cost him some money, but it has won him some style points in the locker room; “Everybody around here, we love it,” CB Mike Jenkins said. “It shows that he has a lot of passion for the game. He’s just into the game. We feed off that, knowing he has our back.”
The 2013 Chiefs have gotten some advice from the 2003 Chiefs, the only Chiefs team to go 9-0. (Here’s our advice for the 2013 Chiefs: When you get to the playoffs, ignore the 2003 Chiefs.)
The Lions plan a “community-focused approach” (i.e., a cheaper one) for the halftime show at the Thanksgiving Day game.
Former Vikings RB Herschel Walker says it would be an “insult” to trade RB Adrian Peterson. (If by “insult” Walker means “chance to pursue a championship with a contender in a bigger market,” Peterson may welcome that kind of indignity.)
The Buccaneers turned the speakers up extra high to prepare for the sound in Seattle. (It also could help make numb their eardrums to the inevitable “Fire Schiano” chants they’ll hear the following Monday night at home.)
The deal to upgrade the Panthers’ stadium has become an issue in the Charlotte mayoral election.
The first event at the 49ers’ new stadium will be a soccer game. (Fans will get to see if the seats are sufficiently comfortable to allow extended napping.)
The Seahawks want more Beast Mode. (Who doesn’t?)