Asked if the Jets need to win out to make the playoffs, coach Todd Bowles said, “No sh-t.”
Patriots QB Tom Brady threw some good-natured shade at personnel exec Nick Caserio over his ability to throw a football; “Nick was a quarterback in college, but I think he’s better in his role now than he was a quarterback because I saw some film. . . . His throwing form? It’s terrible. Terrible.”
The Ravens have become driven to get as many interceptions as possible.
The Bengals still have a realistic chance to lose yet another wild-card game.
Texans LB Bernardrick McKinney drew plenty of praise from Baltimore coach John Harbaugh.
Jaguars coach Doug Marrone pays no attention to Pro Bowl voting.
A look back at a bizarre week for the Broncos.
For the Chiefs to re-energize their running game, the offensive line needs to step up.
The Raiders want to feed the Beast(mode).
Here’s Chargers coach Anthony Lynn congratulating his players after their impressive win in Dallas.
With a division title essentially in the bag, the Eagles know their work won’t be done until they lock up the No. 1 seed.
With a win on Sunday over Tampa Bay, the Falcons will even the all-time series at 24 wins.
New Saints assistant Mike Westhoff hopes to finally get a Super Bowl ring, after 30 years in the NFL.
Buccaneers players relish getting game balls from their coach after wins. (Their coach would relish the players giving him some more wins.)
Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald may be playing with a pair of rookie receivers on Sunday, and he says that they are “a heck of a lot more mature than I was as a rookie.”
The Rams have forgotten about their loss in Minnesota, unless they haven’t; “We put that one behind us,” right guard Jamon Brown said. “It’s also fuel for this weekend [because] as coaches say, ‘A loss is not a loss, it’s a lesson.’”