Mailbag: The NFL owners should leave PATs alone, dress more players and be cautious with replay changes, writes John Clayton.
John Clayton's First and 10: With several teams on the verge of clinching playoff spots, late-season divisional games are losing some luster.
John Clayton's mailbag: Factoring in the recent increase in injuries, an 18-game season sounds like a silly idea.
Mailbag: With teams getting close to shutting down until training camp, John Clayton examines some of the biggest remaining questions.
An innovative scheduling software is helping teams avoid three-game road trips and other dreaded quirks, writes John Clayton.
Few teams have the luxury of sitting their starters in this season finale -- too much is at stake.
Last season's No. 1 playoff seeds should benefit from easier schedules this season, writes John Clayton.
The 2012 schedule could add to the New Orleans Saints' woes, John Clayton writes.
The Cowboys have turned their Thanksgiving schedule into a huge advantage, John Clayton writes in his latest mailbag.
The 2011 schedule looks favorable for the NFC East, as well as the Steelers and Ravens, John Clayton writes.
When the NFL moves to an 18-game schedule, expect the playoff field to expand to 14, 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.
Three top divisional matchups are among the can't-miss games on the 2010 schedule, 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.
All eight teams in the NFC East and AFC South have schedules that rank among the 10 toughest in 2010, writes John Clayton.
John Clayton has eight teams on his radar that should make dramatic leaps in 2009. Read about whom he selects and why.