The Bills need more production from WR T.J. Graham.
WR Rishard Matthews was a bright spot for the Dolphins offense on Monday night.
DL Armond Armstead is unlikely to play for the Patriots this season.
Jets WR David Nelson still has a bad taste in his mouth regarding the end of his time with the Bills.
CB Lardarius Webb gave the Ravens defense more of what they need from him in Week 10.
Slow starts have been a problem for the Bengals the last two weeks.
The Browns will have to win on the road if they want to stay in the playoff race.
TE Heath Miller didn’t do much to help the Steelers on Sunday, but said it wasn’t because of lingering knee issues.
Chest and rib injuries could keep CB Kareem Jackson out for the Texans.
The Colts are trying to figure out why their first half performances have been lacking of late.
Jaguars coach Gus Bradley wants his team to remain humble in the wake of their first victory.
Another injury means the Titans will have to think about QB Jake Locker’s future with the team.
A lack of playing time doesn’t mean the Broncos have low expectations for DT Sylvester Williams.
Said Chiefs coach Andy Reid of the team’s return from the bye, “I think the guys will come back, their retention level will be good, and they’ll be a little bit fresher and ready to go. We practiced today, so they looked like they were moving around pretty good.”
Raiders RB Rashad Jennings’ production will keep him in the lineup regardless of Darren McFadden’s health.
CB Derek Cox wasn’t the only Chargers defender to struggle at his role on Sunday.
Three concerns for the Cowboys to focus on in the final weeks of the season.
Giants DL Cullen Jenkins still harbors ill will against the Packers.
Are the Eagles’ home woes overrated?
S Reed Doughty took the blame for a botched fake punt by the Redskins.
Rick Morrisey of the Chicago Sun-Times thinks Bears coach Marc Trestman is stubborn to refuse to say it was a mistake to stick with QB Jay Cutler.
The Lions say their confidence in K David Akers remains high.
The makeup of the Packers offensive line for this week’s game is up in the air.
S Harrison Smith remains hopeful that he’ll make it back to the Vikings this season.
There won’t be increased experimentation with the Falcons holding a 2-7 record.
The Panthers’ winning ways are having a positive impact on local businesses.
RB Mark Ingram produced a rare big day on the ground for a Saints back.
Buccaneers T Donald Penn celebrated Monday’s touchdown with more panache than his first trip to the end zone.
Veteran Cardinals players got Veteran’s Day off after a win.
The Rams’ season has been marked by big swings in performance.
49ers LB Patrick Willis hopes S Eric Reid takes the necessary time to recover from his concussion.
The Seahawks are getting healthier on the offensive line.