Playoff experience is paying off at QB. Plus, the importance of Michael Crabtree, the Saints' best plan of attack and more.
Drew Brees and Peyton Manning continue to impress, writes John Clayton. Plus, more fourth-quarter flair from Indianapolis.
There's still plenty of intrigue regarding the NFC playoff race, writes John Clayton.
Unless the Saints plan to release Drew Brees, the salary-cap impact of a $23.6 million franchise tag in 2013 would be devastating to the team, John Clayton writes in his latest mailbag.
The 2011 draft has come and gone, but several teams still have glaring issues at quarterback, writes John Clayton.
If the boos on Thursday night were any indication, Roger Goodell's approval rating has dipped significantly this offseason, writes John Clayton.
The rise of so many dynamic quarterbacks has neutralized home-field advantage in the wild-card round, writes John Clayton.
Saints halfback Reggie Bush is questionable for Sunday's game against the Seahawks, but he expected to play having had a chance to practice this week on his broken leg.
New Orleans Saints halfback Reggie Bush moved a little closer to his return from a broken bone in his right leg, but it appears he might have to wait until next week.
New Orleans Saints running back Pierre Thomas has been scratched from Sunday's game against the Arizona Cardinals because of an ankle injury.
With several interconference matchups on tap, the AFC has the opportunity to reaffirm its status as the superior conference, writes John Clayton.
The job of an NFL head coach is already tough, and it will only get tougher when the league expands to 18 regular-season games, John Clayton writes in his latest mailbag.
Matthew Stafford looks impressive, but it's clear the Lions are still a year or two away from being truly competitive, John Clayton writes in his latest mailbag.
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.
Think an uncapped year would create an unfettered free-agent frenzy? Think again, writes John Clayton.
The dust has settled from the conference title games, leaving us these 10 burning questions about Super Bowl XLIV, John Clayton writes.