The run game continues to be a problem for the Dolphins.
The Jets might not be good at everything, but they’re very good at running the ball lately.
The Ravens know their secondary will get another stern test this week.
The Bengals have no plans to rest starters, since they could still get to the No. 2 seed in the AFC playoffs.
Sunday’s Browns finale has some meaning, at least for some individual Browns.
The Texans could still have an impact on the playoff race, or at least the load of former Texans who are helping the Eagles.
When the playoffs are over, the payoffs are next for 16 Broncos headed to free agency.
Chiefs coach Andy Reid has earned the trust of his players with his 7-of-8 mark on replay challenges.
The Raiders can look ahead to 2014, and they at least know who they’ll be playing.
The Giants need to add some help on the offensive line if they want to become a contender again next year.
Redskins coach Mike Shanahan hasn’t talked to his players about his job status.
Even after allowing 54, Bears defensive coordinator Mel Tucker is confident in his future.
The Falcons showed some progress on the offensive line Monday, though it was about 15 weeks too late.
Coach Bruce Arians was a gift Cardinals fans won’t be returning today.
Rams K Greg Zeurlein has worked to become more accurate this year, in addition to obvious leg strength.
The 49ers say they won’t be scoreboard-watching Sunday, which is what they all say.
The Seahawks have gotten restless trying to figure out what happened to their passing game.