Three early safeties set the tone for a strange Week 1, writes John Clayton.
The teams that spent the most in 2012 got little bang for their buck. Plus, answers to reader questions.
There's still plenty of intrigue regarding the NFC playoff race, writes John Clayton.
With young talent and shrewd moves, the Bengals are getting it right, writes John Clayton.
Recent wild finishes reinforce the necessity of having a quarterback who can thrive in the fourth quarter, John Clayton writes.
The Raiders traded two high picks for Carson Palmer. Palmer's struggles are one of the reasons trades involving QBs are risky, writes John Clayton.
This weekend will help determine how interesting the AFC playoff race will be down the stretch, John Clayton writes.
With four starters being injured in Week 10, the state of the NFL's backup quarterback situation is about to come into focus, writes John Clayton.
Week 9 provided clarity regarding the playoff races in both conferences, writes John Clayton.
Mario Williams goes back to Houston, where the Texans' defense is everything the Bills wanted theirs to become, John Clayton writes.
Is it time to panic yet? The Eagles, Cowboys and Chargers might be on the brink, John Clayton writes.
With several teams going with young QBs, the 2012 NFL schedule could become even easier for two perennial stalwarts, John Clayton writes in his latest mailbag.
John Clayton ranks the NFL's starting quarterbacks from No. 1 to No. 32.
The Jaguars and Dolphins need to land an impact player, but neither team faces an easy decision in Round 1, John Clayton writes in his latest mailbag.
A look at nine items up for discussion that could shake up the 2012 season, John Clayton writes.
It might not seem fair on the surface, but the current seeding structure is likely here to stay, John Clayton writes in his latest mailbag.