Flem File: Here's a cheat sheet for Johnny Manziel of examples compiled by David Fleming of how to avoid becoming the Browns' next quarterback casualty.
Flem File sees the NFL season as half full at the halfway point.
Since down is up and right is wrong in the NFL playoffs, David Fleming turns over his column to a friend.
The Bengals' signing of Larry Johnson will prove once again that character has nothing to do with winning.
Cincinnati Bengals running back Cedric Benson opens up as he prepares to face his former team, the Chicago Bears.
Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Chad Johnson has apparently ended his trade demands and declared a return to the Bengals as imminent, perhaps as early as next week.
David Fleming closes the book on this year's Flem File with a look at the past, present and future.
Welcome to the NFL cure-all for the chronically busy: The Flem File's buffet of 30-second columns.
David Fleming wonders how different life in Baltimore would be if the Colts never left town.
If you read between the lines, you'll get a good feel for David Fleming's breakdown of the NFC playoffs.
Why'd they have to go and make things so complicated? But never fear, Dave Fleming makes the NFL's playoff scenarios look simple.
There's a lot going on right now, so David Fleming tackles the big topics, from the red-hot Bengals to Vince Young to the Lions to the Cowboys' new stadium.
There's one more thing to give thanks for this week -- the Flem File's Ninth Annual Turkey of the Year Awards.
David Fleming has some half-decent (and some half-baked) observations at the halfway point of yet another half-crazy NFL season.
Most people say football is a game of inches; David Fleming thinks it's more a game of tipped balls.
David Fleming discovered in more ways than one how much the Bengals' season has its own soundtrack.