Expect the Rams and Cardinals to make the NFC West a four-team race. Plus: the Dolphins' O-line needs, QB salaries and more.
John Clayton's First and 10: Likely finale at iconic Candlestick Park, Indy-K.C. potential playoff preview highlight Week 16 action.
After the Niners and Seahawks shook up the NFC West, wide receivers could go fast in free agency, writes John Clayton.
Can the Ravens and 49ers get back? Don't count on it. Here are five teams that should be Super Bowl threats in 2013, writes John Clayton.
Last season's No. 1 playoff seeds should benefit from easier schedules this season, writes John Clayton.
The 2011 schedule looks favorable for the NFC East, as well as the Steelers and Ravens, John Clayton writes.
The futile state of the NFC West has helped other divisions soar in recent years, writes John Clayton.
A 7-9 team in the playoffs could prompt unwelcome changes, writes John Clayton.
The NFC West has improved, but the Seahawks believe they've taken the necessary steps to remain on top, writes John Clayton.
Maybe it's Nate Burleson. Or Seneca Wallace. Or Josh Brown. There's no shortage of heroes in Seattle, writes John Clayton.
Halfback Shaun Alexander will have another X-ray of his injured foot Tuesday morning, but there is no guarantee he will be able to play in Sunday's game against the Rams.
As they have all season long, the Seahawks made a habit of cashing in once they reached the red zone on Sunday.
Despite winning the NFC West last season, the Seahawks spent a busy offseason making numerous changes.
The NFC West was the weakest division in '04, and the defensive woes could lead to another year of struggling.
The Seahawks' playoff hopes are still in good shape, but that's only because they play in the NFC West, football's worst division.
A win at home against the Rams on Sunday would give Seattle a nice cushion in the NFC West.