How Colin Kaepernick's rise helped revive the career of Vince Young. Or why Green Bay signed a 30-year-old QB who is on his third team in three years.
Cleveland didn't have to lose the Browns to Baltimore. But Peter Angelos' attempt to get Redskins owner Jack Kent Cooke to oppose Art Modell's move failed spectacularly.
Nobody at the college or pro football level has had as much success at developing quarterbacks as Jim Harbaugh has lately: Josh Johnson, Andrew Luck, Alex Smith and now Colin Kaepernick.
Rex Ryan still doesn't have answers for how to use Tebow or the Jets' struggles.
Rex Ryan was mad. His Jets were just plain bad. And the future isn't bright.
That audio tape of Gregg Williams reveals what an NFL bounty really sounds like. And its release has come between a dying ex-player and a conscientious filmmaker.
Teams that had no chance at Peyton Manning leaped in like besotted goofs. Now they're finding the QBs they had or want as their Plan Bs intend to exercise their right to pout or complain or leverage free agency.
Painful as it is, Peyton Manning should move on. Manning has to know it. And Colts owner Jim Irsay knows it. He doesn't deserve to be reviled for making the right football decision.
Sure, speed, size and talent will play roles in this Sunday's championship games. But so will preparation. Game plans really do matter. Just ask Vernon Davis. Or Aaron Hernandez.
The Giants are the most complete team remaining in the NFL playoffs.
Jim and John Harbaugh apparently didn't get the word about the 'new' NFL and its offensive fireworks. But guess what? Their old-school reliance on defense is working for them.
Brandon Jacobs needs to quit the whining and continue to produce for Big Blue.