Desperation has set in for many teams, and Sunday may decide some coaches' fates, writes John Clayton.
Aaron Rodgers won the Super Bowl last season. Did he move ahead of Tom Brady and Peyton Manning in John Clayton's QB rankings?
There's a good chance offenses will struggle out of the gate in 2011. John Clayton explains why in his latest mailbag.
Michael Vick has earned elite status among starting quarterbacks as Brett Favre, Donovan McNabb and Carson Palmer have faded, John Clayton writes.
Out of caution or necessity, expect to see starters resting and backups starting, writes John Clayton.
Week 12 will sort out the pretenders and contenders, writes John Clayton.
Week 11 offers Brady vs. Manning, but Vick might be the real show, writes John Clayton
Week 10 offers Steelers-Patriots and perhaps even some clarity on division races, writes John Clayton
John Clayton identifies his Super Bowl teams, the biggest second-half games and hands out awards in his midseason report.
Randy Moss returns to New England with revenge on the mind, and inside knowledge of the Patriots' struggling secondary, writes John Clayton.
The NFC has no clear favorite through six weeks, and don't expect one to emerge this weekend, writes John Clayton.
Sunday's Cowboys-Vikings matchup is an elimination game of sorts. The loser would have to overcome long odds to make playoffs, writes John Clayton.
Minnesota's acquisition of Randy Moss adds more sizzle to an already-intriguing Monday night matchup with the Jets, writes John Clayton.
Cincinnati's combination of Marvin Lewis and Carson Palmer has been a nightmare for the Ravens. Coming off a Week 1 loss, the Bengals need that trend to continue Sunday, writes John Clayton.
Minicamps have created optimism, but the Steelers, Texans and Vikings have reason to be concerned about the early part of the season, John Clayton writes in his latest mailbag.
The clash between the Donovan McNabb-led Washington Redskins and the Philadelphia Eagles at FedEx Field highlights the 2010 "Monday Night Football" schedule, writes John Clayton.