No lead is safe with the QB field left in the playoffs and recent history sides with No. 6 seeds, John Clayton writes.
A recent rash of injuries at receiver didn't slow offenses, writes John Clayton. Plus, the Panthers' rise; the Steelers' fall and more.
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.
Thanks largely to the Patriots, the two-tight end offense is really catching on in the AFC, John Clayton writes.
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.
While the Jets and Giants engage in a war of words, one coach could be fighting for his job, writes John Clayton.
If you lack a good tight end in this day and age, your chances of thriving on offense are slim, John Clayton writes in his latest mailbag.
Aaron Rodgers won the Super Bowl last season. Did he move ahead of Tom Brady and Peyton Manning in John Clayton's QB rankings?
Rookie contracts have emerged as a stumbling block in NFL labor talks, writes John Clayton in his latest mailbag.
John Clayton examines the current youth movement under center in the NFL, and the reasons more young quarterbacks are getting starting jobs.
Broncos boss John Elway appears to have genuine interest in this year's QB class. That could be bad news for Tim Tebow, writes John Clayton in his latest mailbag.
Can the Packers and Steelers get back? Maybe, but here are five other teams that should be Super Bowl threats in 2011, John Clayton writes.
This round of the playoffs is kinder to home teams, but they must guard against slow starts, writes John Clayton.
Another NFL quarterback's streak could be ending, 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.