Chris Mortensen reveals his season-ending awards and also checks in on the NFL's coaching carousel.
Jim Haslett's future in New Orleans is up in the air, and he may decide to take a break from coaching in 2006.
New owner Zygi Wilf needs to hire an outside football consultant before his ship truly runs aground.
Who's platinum level? Who's gold? Find out which category best fits each of the league's starting QBs.
A terrible, pre-Christmas pot roast accident put Mort's cell phone on life support at the most inopportune time.
Love him or hate him, Terrell Owens will be missed during the upcoming playoffs. Plus, notes on the Patriots and more.
If the Patriots don't win another Super Bowl, it won't be because Charlie Weis was distracted by his new gig.
Mort weighs in on Ozzie Newsome, the state of the Browns, Julius Jones, Carson Palmer and Notre Dame's next coach.
It's been a refreshing year for Jim Fassel, who is steadily preparing for his next head-coaching job.
Eli Manning will be compared to Ben Roethlisberger, even though their situations are different.
Peyton Manning is the first-half MVP, and Marty Schottenheimer is the coach of the year.
Now that Dave Wannstedt is out of Maimi, we can earnestly speculate about the future of the Dolphins.
The rumor mill says Steve Spurrier is returning to Florida, but don't bust out those Gator Nation visors just yet.
After four weeks, the Falcons are the biggest surprise in the NFL, and the Chiefs are the most disappointing team.