The Indianapolis Colts have made official what the rest of the NFL already had taken for granted: The league champions will be forced to defend their Super Bowl XLI title without key defensive tackle Anthony McFarland.
After some lean years for any team not named the Eagles, the NFC East looks as though it might be on the way back up.
Not surprisingly, the Super Bowl champion Patriots have a few of the deepest units throughout the league.
Bucs GM Rich McKay, the architect of last year's Super Bowl champions, will accept the same job with the Falcons later this week, league sources have confirmed.
Kurt Warner's future, Dennis Erickson's first year among division's big questions.
The common belief that teams must run to have success has been a fallacy the past couple of seasons.
This much is clear in the AFC: It's a mess. With two weeks left, 13 teams still can make the postseason.