John Clayton's First and 10: Blowouts are highly probable in Week 8. Plus, Dez vs. Megatron, RG III's improving health and more.
John Clayton's mailbag: Factoring in the recent increase in injuries, an 18-game season sounds like a silly idea.
Mailbag: Injuries and suspensions could keep teams from going full speed ahead with their offensive plans, writes John Clayton.
Mailbag: With teams getting close to shutting down until training camp, John Clayton examines some of the biggest remaining questions.
Both new and old rivalries dot an exciting 2013 NFL schedule, writes John Clayton.
Few teams have the luxury of sitting their starters in this season finale -- too much is at stake.
With several teams going with young QBs, the 2012 NFL schedule could become even easier for two perennial stalwarts, John Clayton writes in his latest mailbag.
History tells us some playoff teams from last seaosn will make way for teams with easier schedules. John Clayton singles out the most likely candidates.
The 2012 schedule could add to the New Orleans Saints' woes, John Clayton writes.
While some teams will rest starters, scheduling division games in the final two weeks has worked this season, John Clayton writes in his latest mailbag.
The Cowboys have turned their Thanksgiving schedule into a huge advantage, John Clayton writes in his latest mailbag.
Michael Vick's return to Atlanta provides drama, but San Diego-New England may be a playoff preview, writes John Clayton.
The 2011 schedule looks favorable for the NFC East, as well as the Steelers and Ravens, 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.
The Eagles have been doing fine with Michael Vick, but we'll find out for sure Sunday whether getting rid of Donovan McNabb was the right move, writes John Clayton.
The clash between the Donovan McNabb-led Washington Redskins and the Philadelphia Eagles at FedEx Field highlights the 2010 "Monday Night Football" schedule, writes John Clayton.