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With a lot of attention focused on offense, it's easy to forget that defense was a big a problem for the 'Skins in 2003.
A.J. Feeley is short on experience, but the Dolphins feel he has what it takes to be a starter.
Lovie Smith is hoping his attacking style of defense spreads to the other side of the ball.
The Panthers' secondary is better than advertised, but it has struggled to stop tight ends this season.
The Jets might hire Gunther Cunningham to facilitate John Abraham's move to linebacker.
Seattle may have shown the Eagles a way to prevent the Packers from running roughshod over them again.
With a defense that's again become a liability, the Colts will be hard pressed to win their first playoff game in eight years.
The Cards have the 17th-ranked run defense in the league, but they have been surprisingly good at home.
It may seem like the Bears' chances of making the playoffs are slim, but the idea really isn't all that far-fetched.