The league isn't quite a domain exclusive to offensive coordinators who previously served in the same capacity before landing their current jobs -- but it's awfully close, writes Len Pasquarelli.
Buffalo Bills rookie safety Jairus Byrd, son of former pro Gill Byrd, is fulfilling his destiny far ahead of schedule, writes Len Pasquarelli.
Jim Caldwell of the Colts and Josh McDaniels of the Broncos are soaring, but collectively, first-year head coaches are struggling, Len Pasquarelli writes in Tip Sheet.
Len Pasquarelli writes about Rodney Harrison and other possible members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame's Class of 2014.
Sidelined last week by a back injury, second-year quarterback Brodie Croyle will return to the Kansas City Chiefs' starting lineup for Sunday's game at Denver.
One big issue this season is the use -- and abuse -- of timeouts. Next March, the competition committee should give that and another issue heavy consideration, Len Pasquarelli writes.
With the regular season winding down, the only remaining intrigue in the AFC is the race for the final wild-card spot.
Throwing to the tight end has worked extremely well for a lot of offenses this season, Len Pasquarelli writes.
The loss of LB Rosevelt Colvin to a season-ending injury won't necessarily test the maturity and smarts of the remaining Patriots linebackers, but it will test their mettle and stamina.
The Raiders have lost backup safety and special teams standout Jarrod Cooper for the balance of the season.
Jacksonville QB David Garrard is quite a salary bargain for a starting QB. The Jaguars would be wise to address a new deal with Garrard quickly, given where the market has gone and will continue to go.
The NFC hasn't won the battle of interconferences since 1995, but this may be the season it finally ends its drought, writes Len Pasquarelli.
Chiefs running back Priest Holmes retired Wednesday.
Chiefs running back Priest Holmes is having his neck evaluated after hurting it again.
At least nine teams will change starting quarterbacks for Week 11, the most radical shift seen since 1999. And the Atlanta Falcons might make it 10 different starters.
Even the most embattled head coaches should be able to sleep a little more peacefully for the next month and a half, because in-season coaching changes almost never work.