Jeff Garcia and the Eagles can inch closer to the NFC East title when they visit Dallas, and tweak T.O. as well in a game that highlights Week 16, writes John Clayton.
The last two times Bill Parcells won a title, he switched kickers in midseason. Suddenly Martin Gramatica's game-winning FG in his first game takes on a new meaning, writes Len Pasquarelli.
How good is the Denver defense? We'll know more after the Broncos play Indianapolis. John Clayton breaks down that game and more in his preview of Week 8.
The New York Giants had their way with Drew Bledsoe so much that he got benched at halftime. Tony Romo's on-field promotion thrilled Dallas Cowboys fans -- until he threw an interception on his first snap.
T.O. in prime time, the Steve Hutchinson Bowl and how the Bengals' offense can improve are just a few of the highlights of Week 7, writes John Clayton.
The Rams are 4-1. But are they for real? Sunday's matchup with the Seahawks could answer that question, writes John Clayton in his preview of Week 6.
John Clayton highlights the best games of Week 2, which is highlighted by a large number of key divisional matchups.
A loss Saturday would likely put a stamp on Dick Vermeil's tenure in K.C., John Clayton writes as he previews Week 16's top games.
Despite already clinching home-field, the Colts will come to play Sunday. That's bad news for the Chargers.
The Colts would clinch home-field advantage and could start resting players later this month with a win at Jacksonville.
New York's defense held on, and the Giants beat the Cowboys 17-10 to take sole possession of first place in the NFC East.
Can anyone stop Peyton Manning and the Colts? The Steelers will try Monday night in Week 12's best game.
Already 0-2 in the division, the Eagles can ill afford to lose to the Cowboys. Their MNF game is John Clayton's top matchup of Week 10.
Don't be surprised to see the Eagles and Broncos make some changes on offense in John Clayton's top matchup of Week 8.
John Clayton previews Week 6, with a big matchup between the Giants and Cowboys leading the way.
Corey Dillon is ready for the Pats, while Baltimore's Jamal Lewis will be sidelined for this Week 12 showdown.