John Clayton's First and Goal: They face tough games, but the Jets and Bills can take big steps in Week 5.
The Saints have the burden of protecting a perfect record, but the Patriots will be feeling the most pressure on Monday night, writes John Clayton.
Josh McDaniels and Kyle Orton have exceeded expectations for Denver, which faces New England in the game of the week, writes John Clayton in his weekly First and 10 column.
Steelers coach Mike Tomlin has to read the new 2008 schedule and weep, while Patriots coach Bill Belichick should look forward to a magic-carpet ride to January, John Clayton writes.
New England's pursuit of an undefeated season makes its matchup with Pittsburgh the biggest game of the second half, writes John Clayton.
Before the Patriots set their sights on the Colts in Week 9, they have to deal with a Redskins team that's capable of causing a lot of problems, writes John Clayton.
Even with all of their wins and accomplishments, several playoff coaches are under scrutiny.
The decision Bill Belichick has to make is whether or not to blitz Steelers rookie Ben Roethlisberger.
It's Bill Parcells vs. Bill Belichick -- and the Cowboys vs. the Patriots -- in the best matchup of Week 11.
The pressure is on Bill Belichick when the Patriots face their former QB Drew Bledsoe in Buffalo.