The Bills and Steelers plan on sticking with their incumbents, allowing the rookie QBs to learn from the sidelines.
The loss of RT John Tait, who signed with Chicago, could have a direct impact on the Chiefs' offensive efficiency.
Jaguars coach Jack Del Rio wants to establish a dominant running game and needs Fred Taylor to be his workhorse.
Drew Bledsoe is on the downside of his career and the Bills have no one ready to replace him.
The loss of Terrell Owens means the Ravens are still without a top-shelf talent at receiver.
The Chargers haven't done a lot in free agency and their level of talent may have actually decreased.
The biggest reason Philadelphia has not reached the Super Bowl has been its lack of talent at receiver.
A.J. Feeley is short on experience, but the Dolphins feel he has what it takes to be a starter.
Among the available lot of corners, Antoine Winfield is the most attractive for several reasons.
Over the next two weeks, several of the NFL's biggest names will bear the franchise player distinction.
New head coach Mike Mularkey plans to bring a much more balanced attack to Buffalo.
Norv Turner knows that a successful running game makes the play-action pass a dangerous weapon.
Steve Smith's Super Bowl performance will likely earn him some lucrative offers in the restricted free-agent market.
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Thanks to an emerging passing game, the Panthers are a more balanced team than New England.
The time has come for Andy Reid to admit he needs a top-flight receiver in order reach the Super Bowl.