The Titans pay for letting Neil O'Donnell go, plus notes on Jon Kitna, Dennis Erickson and more.
If Bill Parcells wants to see his moves come to fruition he'll have to stick around Dallas a little longer.
With Clinton Portis now carrying the ball in Washington D.C., Denver might select Steven Jackson in the first round.
New head coach Mike Mularkey plans to bring a much more balanced attack to Buffalo.
The Eagles' rode to the Super Bowl will be much bumpier with Brian Westbrook standing on the sidelines.
Cowboys RB Troy Hambrick has played well lately, but his future in Dallas depends on how he finishes the season.
It's been a long time since teams this flawed have been held in such high esteem heading into the postseason.
Dan Reeves was fired after a season that started with so much promise snowballed into a disastrous campaign.
Brian Billick's desire to do away with replay, at least in its current form, isn't an unpopular opinion lately.
If Marcel Shipp comes in and injects new life into the Cards offense, Emmit Smith might find himself on the bench.
Lawyer Milloy's run-stopping ability and familiarity with the AFC East should help the Bills tremendously.
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Although Bengals WR Chad Johnson will likely not reach his goal of 1,800 yards, he should be much improved.
The Vikings have scrapped the "Randy Ratio" plan and their offense is running much more smoothly as a result.
The Giants aren't getting much attention, despite boasting one of the most balanced rosters in the league.
Running back Michael Bennett has been slow to recover from foot surgery, and might miss some of training camp.