John Clayton's First & Goal: While the top seeds have been virtually unbeatable at home, injuries and matchups may mitigate their edge in the divisional round. Plus, frigid weather may limit QBs and Peyton Manning's future is unsure.
Both new and old rivalries dot an exciting 2013 NFL schedule, writes John Clayton.
The Joe Flacco debate is essentially over. He will paid like an elite quarterback, no matter what his critics think.
Super Bowl Q&A: The Harbaugh Bowl has plenty of other interesting storylines.
Six quarterbacks have divvied up the past nine Super Bowl wins. Will we see a fresh face this year?
Aaron Rodgers and Eli Manning both know firsthand the hard road to the Super Bowl, writes John Clayton.
Aaron Rodgers won the Super Bowl last season. Did he move ahead of Tom Brady and Peyton Manning in John Clayton's QB rankings?
Can the Packers and Steelers get back? Maybe, but here are five other teams that should be Super Bowl threats in 2011, John Clayton writes.
After the dust settled in the divisional playoffs, these are the 10 burning questions for the AFC title game, John Clayton writes.
John Clayton identifies his Super Bowl teams, the biggest second-half games and hands out awards in his midseason report.
Expect to see the real Colts now that several key players are getting healthy, John Clayton writes.
Rex Grossman played in the Super Bowl last season, but he remains a point of contention in Chicago. The schedule-makers didn't do him any favors with the Bears' Week 1 opponent: San Diego.
The feel-good story of last year and the defending Super Bowl champions will square off in Week 1 when the Saints travel to Indianapolis to take on the Colts in the NFL's first game of the season.
While Indy-Philly once looked like the marquee matchup, it's a possible Super Bowl preview when the Bears visit the Patriots that highlights Week 12, writes John Clayton.
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.
One by-product of passing yards being down is that quarterbacks are getting hit less than in the past.