John Clayton's First and Goal: Week 14 may begin to weed out nonplayoff teams from the crowded pack, particularly in the AFC.
The Green Bay Packers and wide receiver Jordy Nelson agreed to a three-year, $13.35 million contract extension over the weekend, a source said Sunday.
A Vikings victory would mean the Favre decision cost the Packers a shot at the division title for a second consecutive year, John Clayton writes in his weekly First and 10 column.
Packers coach Mike McCarthy is going to give starting quarterback Aaron Rodgers until 90 minutes before game time to see if he can play Sunday's game against the Falcons.
The Packers have charged that the Vikings have tampered with Brett Favre.
Saturday's events only underscore why the Brett Favre situation must be handled delicately, John Clayton writes.
The Packers still could be a potential playoff team, but without Brett Favre, they are just part of the pack in the NFC.
Plaxico Burress was unstoppable, Eli Manning was efficient and Giants players who appeared to be on the verge of mutiny a year ago fought through adversity to beat the Packers, John Clayton writes.
New England at Indianapolis is just one of the many intriguing AFC games in '07, John Clayton writes.
The AFC East's plunge and the Eagles' return to form are among the 10 things that caught John Clayton's attention in September.
The first round of the playoffs features three rematches and a battle between former divisional rivals.
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