Aaron Rodgers won the Super Bowl last season. Did he move ahead of Tom Brady and Peyton Manning in John Clayton's QB rankings?
Week 16 inactive players for Sunday's games.
The Titans will be without their two best defensive players against Pittsburgh, but they're going to concede the AFC's No. 1 seed without a fight, writes John Clayton.
When the Ravens come knocking on the Steelers' door, Pittsburgh stands at attention, John Clayton writes.
After a fast start, the Redskins' offense has slumped of late. The pressure's on QB Jason Campbell to turn things around, starting Sunday against the rival Cowboys, writes John Clayton.
Byron Leftwich's sterling showing in relief for the Steelers sets up interesting possibilities for his offseason prospects, John Clayton writes in this edition of his mailbag.
The Rams will start Gus Frerotte instead of Marc Bulger on Sunday against the Cardinals.
John Clayton identifies a malady and potential cure for every NFC team.
Featured among the top matchups in 2006 is a certain WR squaring off against his former team twice, including Christmas Day.
The Dolphins decided to stop waiting for Chargers quarterback Drew Brees to lower his contract demands and opted to give the Vikings a second-round choice to acquire quarterback Daunte Culpepper.
Can anyone stop Peyton Manning and the Colts? The Steelers will try Monday night in Week 12's best game.
The Bengals will get a chance to test their development against the Colts in one of the best games of the season.
As win-loss records show, backup QBs are generally better suited for the occasional start -- or staying on the sideline.
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.
John Clayton takes a look at the second-half schedule and breaks down each division, predicting who will make the playoffs.
ESPN.com and ESPN The Magazine break down each NFL team as the 2005 regular season approaches.