John Clayton's mailbag: Mark Sanchez's rapid success underscores Chip Kelly's coaching brilliance. Plus, too much AFC North love?
Football records might not resonate like those in baseball, but there are five NFL records that stand above the rest, John Clayton writes.
If Peyton Manning approaches his career levels, he should be worth at least three more wins to the Broncos, John Clayton writes.
Aaron Rodgers and Eli Manning both know firsthand the hard road to the Super Bowl, writes John Clayton.
Desperation has set in for many teams, and Sunday may decide some coaches' fates, writes John Clayton.
Longevity is key when compiling NFL "best of" lists regarding teams, 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.
Broncos boss John Elway appears to have genuine interest in this year's QB class. That could be bad news for Tim Tebow, writes John Clayton in his latest mailbag.
Super Bowl week had its share of woes, but the playoffs overall were a huge success, John Clayton writes in his latest mailbag.
Michael Vick has earned elite status among starting quarterbacks as Brett Favre, Donovan McNabb and Carson Palmer have faded, 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.
Michael Vick's transformation could earn Eagles GM Howie Roseman executive of the year honors, John Clayton writes in his latest mailbag.
Week 10 offers Steelers-Patriots and perhaps even some clarity on division races, writes John Clayton
John Clayton identifies his Super Bowl teams, the biggest second-half games and hands out awards in his midseason report.
Randy Moss returns to New England with revenge on the mind, and inside knowledge of the Patriots' struggling secondary, writes John Clayton.
The NFC has no clear favorite through six weeks, and don't expect one to emerge this weekend, writes John Clayton.