John Clayton's First and Goal: Few teams are out of the running for an AFC playoff berth, meaning contenders can't afford to lose any ground in Week 9.
Seattle's old-school, defense-first formula created a throwback Super Bowl blowout against the Broncos, writes John Clayton.
Denver QB Peyton Manning is the No. 1 Super Bowl storyline, especially with difficult weather a distinct possibility.
Peyton Manning headlines John Clayton's 2012 All-Pro team, which includes clear choices at the skill positions and tough calls elsewhere.
Like most awards in the NFL, the race for the executive of the year could be too close to call, writes John Clayton.
Misfortune and luck can lead to landing the right quarterback, John Clayton writes. For the Colts, misfortune led to Luck.
Peyton Manning makes the Broncos a force to be reckoned with in the AFC, despite concerns at wide receiver.
If Peyton Manning approaches his career levels, he should be worth at least three more wins to the Broncos, John Clayton writes.
The addition of Peyton Manning should put Denver in control of the AFC West, John Clayton writes.
Peyton Manning didn't lose Super Bowl XLIV for the Colts. The QB was simply out-maneuvered by Drew Brees and Sean Payton, writes John Clayton in his latest mailbag.
What would another Super Bowl win do for the legacies of Brett Favre and Peyton Manning? John Clayton considers that question and ranks his top 10 all-time quarterbacks.