The teams that spent the most in 2012 got little bang for their buck. Plus, answers to reader questions.
Football records might not resonate like those in baseball, but there are five NFL records that stand above the rest, John Clayton writes.
The Ravens firing offensive coordinator Cam Cameron shows one thing: good assistant coaches are tough to find, writes John Clayton.
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.
Misfortune and luck can lead to landing the right quarterback, John Clayton writes. For the Colts, misfortune led to Luck.
Mario Williams goes back to Houston, where the Texans' defense is everything the Bills wanted theirs to become, John Clayton writes.
Where does your team stand in the Week 5 edition of the 2012 ESPN.com NFL Power Rankings?
John Clayton ranks the NFL's starting quarterbacks from No. 1 to No. 32.
Thanks largely to the Patriots, the two-tight end offense is really catching on in the AFC, John Clayton writes.
The Seahawks' selection of Bruce Irvin at No. 15 will be the most scrutinized pick of the 2012 draft, John Clayton writes in his latest mailbag.
The San Francisco 49ers and quarterback Alex Smith are in the process of finalizing a deal that will pay the former No. 1 overall pick an average of roughly $8 million per season, sources told ESPN senior NFL analyst Chris Mortensen.
The NFL's 32 teams have a combined $711 million of cap space, with the Chiefs and Bucs in the best position to make a splash, John Clayton writes in his latest mailbag.
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.
The AFC usually trumps the NFC in head-to-head play, but the tables turned this season, writes John Clayton in his latest mailbag.
While the Jets and Giants engage in a war of words, one coach could be fighting for his job, writes John Clayton.