No. 1 seeds are on the line this weekend, but that distinction isn't as valuable as it once was, John Clayton writes.
While the Jets and Giants engage in a war of words, one coach could be fighting for his job, writes John Clayton.
Lingering questions from the 2010 season can now be addressed, writes John Clayton.
Sunday's potential Super Bowl preview between the Giants and the Steelers marks the beginning of a brutal stretch for both teams, writes John Clayton.
Thanks to the Giants' Super Bowl upset and three other teams that can compete with anyone, the NFC East is the best division in football, writes John Clayton.
Expect to see the real Colts now that several key players are getting healthy, John Clayton writes.
When the Packers battle Dallas for NFC supremacy, they will do it with an injury-riddled and inexperienced squad, writes John Clayton.
With minicamps around the corner, John Clayton answers the big questions facing NFC teams.
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.
From poor clock management to trouble with the spread offense, the Eagles had plenty of problems Sunday.
Even with Terrell Owens and Richard Seymour sidelined, the Eagles and Pats have rolled this postseason.
Even with all of their wins and accomplishments, several playoff coaches are under scrutiny.
Six of the 12 coaches in this year's playoffs have already won at least one Super Bowl title.
Before the Patriots set their sights on the Colts in Week 9, they have to deal with a Redskins team that's capable of causing a lot of problems, writes John Clayton.
While T.O. seems intent on returning, logic says that it's unlikely he'll end up playing.