The Bills’ record hasn’t shown much improvement, but the team’s defense has.
Jets defensive line coach Karl Dunbar was flagged last Sunday for being in the white stripe during a play.
So how does Browns CB Joe Haden stay motivated with his team of the playoff chase? “You’re in a business of playing professional ball every Sunday and your job is to win,” Haden said. “Staying motivated is providing for your family and taking care of business.”
Colts coach Chuck Pagano calls Sunday’s game against the Titans “huge“.
Titans RB Colin Mooney, the single-season rushing leader for Army, will be reunited Sunday with Indy LB Josh McNary, the all-time sack leader at Army.
The Jaguars will host a tailgate party before Thursday night’s game against the Texans. (Attendance will be higher if folks who show up aren’t expected to actually go to the game.)
A Raiders fan is accused of perpetrating the first act of violence at AT&T Stadium.
It still hasn’t been decided whether Broncos coach John Fox will work from the booth or the sideline next Sunday.
How much blame should Giants offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride have for the team’s current woes?
After further review by Elias Sports Bureau, the Redskins’ passing attack lost nine yards and gained two sacks from Monday night’s game.
Vikings DE Jared Allen inches closer to the likely end of his career in Minnesota; “If I have to leave here, it would be tough,” Allen said Friday. “Minnesota has been great to me, great to my family. I’ve had a blast here. There are guys in this locker room who are like family to me.”
The Bears will be happy to bid farewell to the Metrodome, where they are 2-8 since 2002.
The Saints are bracing for adverse weather conditions on Monday night in Seattle.
The Bucs have the most penalties and penalty yards of any team this season.
Cardinals defensive coordinator Todd Bowles returns on Sunday to Philly, where he went to college and where he served as defensive coordinator in 2012.
This year, 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh hasn’t had to mention Freddie P. Soft, the fictional four-inch man who whispers words of flattery into the ears of players who are in danger of getting complacent in the wake of success.