No. 1 seeds are on the line this weekend, but that distinction isn't as valuable as it once was, John Clayton writes.
This weekend will help determine how interesting the AFC playoff race will be down the stretch, John Clayton writes.
Mario Williams goes back to Houston, where the Texans' defense is everything the Bills wanted theirs to become, John Clayton writes.
Is it time to panic yet? The Eagles, Cowboys and Chargers might be on the brink, John Clayton writes.
The Colts proved they are "Chuckstrong" in rallying past the Packers in support of their ailing coach, writes John Clayton.
Teams set an opening-week record, piling up 791 points, writes John Clayton. Can they keep up that pace?
With several teams going with young QBs, the 2012 NFL schedule could become even easier for two perennial stalwarts, John Clayton writes in his latest mailbag.
The fight for the NFC East between the Cowboys and Giants could go one round or the distance. Sunday will determine that, writes John Clayton.
Pass-catchers are putting up gaudy numbers early, but they're also getting injured at an alarming rate, 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?
If owners and players can't reach a labor by this weekend, then you can pretty much kiss the preseason goodbye, 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.
There is an offensive line transition going on in the NFC, but you wouldn't know it by the looks of the 2011 Pro Bowl roster, John Clayton writes in his latest mailbag.
Thanks mostly to his work with Michael Vick, the Eagles' Andy Reid deserves Coach of the Year honors, John Clayton writes in his latest mailbag.
Week 11 offers Brady vs. Manning, but Vick might be the real show, writes John Clayton
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.