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Posted Sept. 12, 2011 @ 10:34 a.m. ET
By PFW staff

Thursday, Sept. 15, 2011

Bears players and coaches empathize with Brian Urlacher as he mourns the loss of his mother.

Some Broncos fans are planning to take their pleas for the team to start Tim Tebow to a new level.

Mark Sanchez is proving himself as a leader, according to a New York reporter.

The Lions say they aren't going to overlook the Chiefs.

Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2011

A New Orleans reporter says it seems "inevitable" that Drew Brees and the Saints will agree to a long-term extension.

The Texans have are becoming a more mature team, according to a Houston reporter.

Rams CB Ron Bartell is done for the season, but he expects to play again in 2012.

A Philadelphia columnist sees a potentially dramatic shift in the Eagles' defensive philosophy.

Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2011

The Broncos' quarterback controversy has been revived.

Fan behavior at NFL games is declining to a shocking low, says a New York columnist.

A St. Louis columnist says the Rams dodged "a frightening bullet" in Week One.

A Miami columnist writer says Ched Henne's biggest problem Monday night was that he was up against Tom Brady.

Monday, Sept. 12, 2011

The Colts' opener was "epic in its awfulness," according to an Indianapolis columnist.

The Bears' statement in this season opener was a lot more convincing than the one they made in their 2010 debut.

A Baltimore columnist says the monkey is off the Ravens' back.

The Steelers didn't show James Farrior the respect he deserves on Sunday, says a Pittsburgh writer.

An Atlanta columnist says the Falcons' poor play in Week One was "inexcusable."

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