Misfortune and luck can lead to landing the right quarterback, John Clayton writes. For the Colts, misfortune led to Luck.
Mario Williams goes back to Houston, where the Texans' defense is everything the Bills wanted theirs to become, John Clayton writes.
The NFC is the superior conference by far in 2012. That actually keeps more AFC teams in the playoff race, writes John Clayton.
The sale of the Browns could stall the progress the franchise has made under team president Mike Holmgren, John Clayton writes in his latest mailbag.
The new CBA means teams have less practice time to make crucial decisions, John Clayton writes in his latest mailbag.
It might not seem fair on the surface, but the current seeding structure is likely here to stay, John Clayton writes in his latest mailbag.
John Clayton offers up his NFC regular-season report card and says the Packers, Saints, Lions and 49ers stand out.
Teams looking for a franchise QB in 2012 will anxiously await Matt Barkley's decision, writes John Clayton in his latest mailbag.
Running backs are getting fewer carries than ever before, but the number of injuries is increasing, John Clayton writes in his latest mailbag.
Michael Vick has a right to complain, but being a running QB comes with risks, John Clayton writes in his latest mailbag.
Packers-Bears is a key rivalry game that may come down to whether QB Jay Cutler can stay upright , 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?
John Clayton examines the current youth movement under center in the NFL, and the reasons more young quarterbacks are getting starting jobs.
In grading the NFC, the Bears, Eagles, Falcons and Bucs are the standouts, John Clayton writes.
The Eagles have been doing fine with Michael Vick, but we'll find out for sure Sunday whether getting rid of Donovan McNabb was the right move, writes John Clayton.
In grading the NFC, the Vikings, Packers, Eagles and Saints are the standouts, John Clayton writes.