If Rudi Johnson fails to recapture his 2003 magic, the Bengals will be left with a huge hole at running back.
With Clinton Portis now carrying the ball in Washington D.C., Denver might select Steven Jackson in the first round.
Several of last year's high-dollar signings paid off for some teams, if not in wins, at least in production.
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Thanks to an emerging passing game, the Panthers are a more balanced team than New England.
New England has improved its offense because it has made more of a commitment to the run.
Carolina has the personnel to prevent Donovan McNabb from escaping the pocket.
Green Bay is lucky to be in the playoffs, but it might be the most dangerous team in the NFC.
It's been a long time since teams this flawed have been held in such high esteem heading into the postseason.
New England's most recent injury could be the straw that breaks the camel's back.
Should Drew Bledsoe continue to perform like an average quarterback, the Bills will search for a replacement.
With Brian Russell as the team's new starting free safety, the Vikings secondary has discovered a rebirth.
With Antowain Smith out of shape again, the Pats might want to consider taking a chance on Jamal Anderson.