Mailbag: The NFL's emphasis on offense scores points with fans.
No lead is safe with the QB field left in the playoffs and recent history sides with No. 6 seeds, John Clayton writes.
Oakland Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor had a higher Wonderlic score than the seven that was reported earlier today, according to Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert, who administered the tests.
In obtaining Donovan McNabb, the Redskins should be able to finally score enough points to not just be a wild-card playoff contender but to be a division winner.
The Patriots have not scored fewer than 20 points this season, so expect Plaxico Burress' prediction to fall short, John Clayton writes.
While defense is needed to win a championship, in today's NFL you need an offense that can score points, too, writes John Clayton.
Chicago rookie Devin Hester ran back two kickoffs for touchdowns Monday night for his fifth and sixth return scores of the season, an NFL record.
With one of the best defenses in the NFL, the Bears just need to find a way to score 21 points a game, writes John Clayton.
RB Shaun Alexander, the league's MVP, owes much of his success to the three-receiver sets often run by Seattle's offense.
Injuries contributed to the Colts' inability to score on games' final four plays from inside the two-yard line.
The "Don't kick to Dante Hall?" theory sounds good, but is not the best approach to containing the phenomenal returner.
The Steelers might have won time of possesion, but it was the Titans who figured out how to score TDs.
The Broncos looked flat in losing to the Raiders on Sunday.