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Led by rookies Andy Dalton and A.J. Green, the Bengals head to Houston untroubled by past failures, writes Greg Garber.
Injuries have hit them hard, but the Houston Texans just keep coming, writes Greg Garber.
Until recently, Jim Mora Sr. had never seen the full clip of his most famous news conference, writes Greg Garber.
The prospect of getting sure-fire franchise quarterback Andrew Luck with the No. 1 pick has fans rooting against their favorite teams, writes Greg Garber.
Could an NFL lockout open the door for the UFL? The commissioner of the struggling league hopes so, Greg Garber writes.
How can the Indianapolis Colts avoid the Super Bowl "hangover" that afflicts the losers? Greg Garber explores some theories.
To some in New Orleans, Archie Manning comes up a winner regardless of the outcome of Super Bowl XLIV -- and deservedly so, Greg Garber writes.
Win or lose in the Super Bowl, New Orleans has a parade scheduled for the Saints on Feb. 9. Charlie's Marching Saints Club has a 43-year head start on the celebration, Greg Garber writes.
If the Jets win their regular-season finale, they'll be back in the playoffs. Why, then, do their fans feel Charlie Brown's sense of dread, Greg Garber asks?
The debate surrounding the Saints' and Colts' flirtations with perfection involves late-season strategies. Dolphins coach Don Shula, the only coach to complete a title-winning perfect season, offers his advice, Greg Garber writes.
If the Patriots had embraced their perfect regular-season run more openly in the 2007 season, former star Troy Brown thinks they would have finished 19-0, Greg Garber writes.