Even with Aaron Rodgers sidelined indefinitely with a broken collarbone, the quarterbacks will be in the spotlight when the Green Bay Packers host the New Orleans Saints on Sunday.
The Indianapolis Colts know what the problem is but have seemed powerless to do anything about it. Monday night's come-from-ahead 36-22 loss at Tennessee highlighted the reason Indianapolis is 2-4 and in last place in the AFC South -- its inability to maintain a lead once they build one. The Colts
Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie keeps it real. There really isn't a better way to describe the colorful Giants corner. And so it's probably equally accurate to describe Rodgers-Cromartie's one-week suspension from the Giants, now lifted, as a sort of real-life episode of Dave Chappelle's
The goal is the same for both teams, but the Cleveland Browns and Tennessee Titans have entirely different motives heading into their game Sunday at FirstEnergy Stadium in Cleveland. The Texans, tied for first place in the AFC South with Houston and Jacksonville at 3-3, are trying to keep pace with
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers, woefully deficient away from home this season, already were facing a stiff challenge heading into Sunday's game against the Buffalo Bills at New Era Field. Now they might be forced to play without quarterback Jameis Winston. The Buccaneers (2-3) lost Winston to a sprained
Southern California knows what it has to do to win at No. 13 Notre Dame, but another injury will make the task that much harder. ''I think our offense is going to do what they do,'' safety Chris Hawkins said. The No. 11 Trojans are preparing to play without starting nose tackle Josh
The New York Giants, who host the Seattle Seahawks at MetLife Stadium on Sunday, have some common ground. In the case of the Seahawks, they have fielded two different combinations this season. The constants have been left tackle Rees Odhiambo, left guard Luke Joekel, center Justin Britt and right tackle
Chicago Bears coach John Fox knows exactly how tough it is for offensive linemen to block Carolina Panthers defensive end Julius Peppers. After all, Fox coached Peppers as a superstar rookie out of North Carolina. "We got criticized quite heavily by the talking heads for not taking a quarterback