The AFC playoff picture is mostly set, but the Steelers are making things interesting, writes John Clayton.
With everything he's had to deal with on and off the field in Cincinnati, it's time for Marvin Lewis to get an extension, John Clayton writes in his latest mailbag.
In his latest mailbag, John Clayton examines the problems looming for the Cowboys' stadium scoreboard, whether the Colts have improved their defensive line and one NFL record that might never be broken.
While it might drive fantasy players crazy trying to figure out roles, drama and competition is brewing in several backfields, John Clayton writes.
The Giants face one of the NFL's toughest second-half schedules, but in their Week 10 matchup the burden lies with the host Eagles, John Clayton writes.
Edgerrin James believes the leaguewide emphasis on the short, safe passing game will make him a more effective running back and allow him to play well into his 30s, writes John Clayton.
For the seven teams other than the Green Bay Packers who remain in the playoffs, what coach-general manager system works best? John Clayton offers analysis.
Even though his Colts lost to the Patriots, running back Joseph Addai produced a monster game.
John Clayton identifies a malady and potential cure for every NFC team.
While Peyton Manning and the Colts were blindsided by the loss of All-Pro LT Tarik Glenn, the offensive machine keeps marching forward, writes John Clayton.
While the size of Dwight Freeney's six-year, $72 million contract may appear to be staggering, it makes sense for the Colts, writes John Clayton.
Unlike Lance Briggs, Asante Samuel and Cory Redding, Dwight Freeney doesn't mind being a franchise player.
Who's in the best shape entering the offseason? John Clayton takes an early look at how all 32 teams stack up for 2007.
So what's better to have? A great defense or a great offense? John Clayton looks at that and 10 other key questions about Super Bowl XLI.
Colts-Patriots. Manning-Brady. It doesn't get much better than this. Indy's trip to New England highlights an intriguing Week 9, writes John Clayton.
The Rams are 4-1. But are they for real? Sunday's matchup with the Seahawks could answer that question, writes John Clayton in his preview of Week 6.