Before each season, experts try to pick the surprise teams. But these teams surprised us by being disappointing, writes John Clayton.
Week 1 of the preseason highlighted QB questions around the league, John Clayton writes in his latest mailbag.
The Arizona Cardinals' rebuilding project looks solid so far, John Clayton writes.
The Cardinals probably will make a hard charge for Kevin Kolb. History and conventional wisdom suggest the QB will at least become a moderate success in the desert, writes John Clayton.
While the labor-plagued offseason is hurting teams such as the Vikings and Titans, stable clubs with veteran leadership are equipped to weather the storm, writes John Clayton.
The futile state of the NFC West has helped other divisions soar in recent years, writes John Clayton.
John Clayton ranks the top 10 plays in Super Bowl history.
In grading the NFC, the Bears, Eagles, Falcons and Bucs are the standouts, John Clayton writes.
The 8-5 Bucs have made strides, but a favorable schedule has been a big part of their success, John Clayton writes in his latest mailbag.
Don't be surprised if the Redskins, who appear to have soured on Donovan McNabb, make a play for Michael Vick in 2011, John Clayton writes in his latest mailbag.
Issues at quarterback haven't derailed the Steelers. Other teams haven't been as fortunate, John Clayton writes in his latest mailbag.
It's too early to panic, but the Packers already have significant concerns. They're not alone, John Clayton writes in his latest mailbag.
The Redskins' veteran logjam at RB will produce one the most intriguing training camp battles in the NFC, John Clayton writes in his latest mailbag.
The Bills, who did little to upgrade an offense that struggled mightily in 2009, endured the worst offseason in the NFL, writes John Clayton.
All eight teams in the NFC East and AFC South have schedules that rank among the 10 toughest in 2010, writes John Clayton.
When the Dallas Cowboys play the Minnesota Vikings this weekend, we'll find out two things: Whether Brett Favre can still win a playoff game, and if his two-year odyssey was worth it, writes John Clayton.