Free agency in 2013 has been fast and furious, with big deals, lots of cuts and new coaches making multiple moves, writes John Clayton.
Greg Schiano made it clear at the combine that Josh Freeman is the Buccaneers' starting quarterback, writes John Clayton.
No. 1 seeds are on the line this weekend, but that distinction isn't as valuable as it once was, John Clayton writes.
Before each season, experts try to pick the surprise teams. But these teams surprised us by being disappointing, writes John Clayton.
Recent wild finishes reinforce the necessity of having a quarterback who can thrive in the fourth quarter, John Clayton writes.
NFL fans were treated to a pre-Thanksgiving feast of close games, wild finishes and crazy offensive efforts, writes John Clayton.
In a week of surprises, the Rams-49ers tie tops them all, writes John Clayton.
The scramble for franchise quarterbacks is costing coaches their jobs, writes John Clayton.
Misfortune and luck can lead to landing the right quarterback, John Clayton writes. For the Colts, misfortune led to Luck.
High playoff turnover from year to year is typical, but the trend is being bucked in 2012, writes John Clayton.
Mario Williams goes back to Houston, where the Texans' defense is everything the Bills wanted theirs to become, John Clayton writes.
Based on their feeble Week 8 efforts, the Jets, Chargers and Eagles are unlikely to contend, writes John Clayton.
Is it time to panic yet? The Eagles, Cowboys and Chargers might be on the brink, John Clayton writes.
Both the Texans and 49ers are legit contenders, but neither team is built to make up large deficits, writes John Clayton.
Upsets. Crazy plays. Debatable play calls. Incredible kicks. Week 6 had it all, writes John Clayton.
The Eagles dodged a bullet and the Giants might have saved their season, writes John Clayton.