John Clayton's First and Goal: A weakened field of NFC contenders aids dangerous Green Bay's Super Bowl hopes. Plus, can Mark Sanchez deliver when it matters most?
With many of the marquee nondivisional matchups in the books, divisional tilts, headlined by the clashes at the top of the NFC East, highlight the NFL's second half, writes John Clayton.
Mailbag: Brandon Flowers' change of address makes the Chiefs bigger and the Chargers better, John Clayton writes as he sizes up the NFL's cornerback shuffle.
John Clayton's mailbag: Colin Kaepernick's deal could serve as a new model for the way big-money contracts are structured.
A Super Bowl rematch between the Seahawks and Broncos is among the highlights of the 2014 NFL schedule, writes John Clayton.
The Seahawks have youth on their side, but the talent-rich NFC boasts plenty of threats, writes John Clayton.
Seattle's old-school, defense-first formula created a throwback Super Bowl blowout against the Broncos, writes John Clayton.
With a combined record of 15-2, the Seahawks and Broncos are the favorites to make the Super Bowl, John Clayton writes.
Both new and old rivalries dot an exciting 2013 NFL schedule, writes John Clayton.
Six quarterbacks have divvied up the past nine Super Bowl wins. Will we see a fresh face this year?
Aaron Rodgers won the Super Bowl last season. Did he move ahead of Tom Brady and Peyton Manning in John Clayton's QB rankings?
The Colts' victory in the AFC title game was more proof that offense rules in today's NFL, writes John Clayton in his latest mailbag.
The Patriots have too much firepower for the Cowboys for the Duel in Dallas, John Clayton writes.
With minicamps around the corner, John Clayton answers the big questions facing NFC teams.
John Clayton breaks down why he thinks the Seahawks have a slight edge over Pittsburgh in Super Bowl XL.
Can the Patriots repeat? Will T.O. be a distraction? Those are just a few of the questions John Clayton is asking as the 2005 season draws closer.