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Posted Oct. 03, 2011 @ 3:54 a.m. ET
By PFW staff

Thursday, Oct. 6, 2011

The pressure on Kyle Orton is at "an all-time high," according to a Denver reporter.

A Detroit columnist says Lions fans have a team, and a trash-talking coach, to get excited about.

A Boston columnist says Tom Brady will face a familiar, but difficult, test Sunday.

Roddy White isn't the talent that Julio Jones is, says an Atlanta columnist.

Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2011

Tom Brady says he doesn't care what Antonio Cromartie says about him.

An Oakland columnist says Rolando McClain's "ineffectiveness can be breathtaking."

The Bears have major concerns at safety, according to a Chicago reporter.

Steven Jackson stopped the Rams' offense in the middle of Tuesday's practice to impart some words of wisdom.

Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2011

There will be no questions about Browns C Alex Mack's toughness any time soon.

The Buccaneers have no problem with winning ugly, says a Tampa columnist.

Dolphins owner Stephen Ross speaks out in support of Tony Sparano.

A New York columnist says Eli Manning is at the top of the second tier of NFL quarterbacks.

Monday, Oct. 3, 2011

One player lost the game for the Cowboys Sunday, according to a Texas columnist.

Jim Harbaugh watched a "cold-blooded" performance from Alex Smith Sunday.

A Detroit columnist says teams can't coast against the Lions anymore.

Brandon Marshall's dropped passes are a metaphor for the Dolphins' season, says a Miami columnist.

A Pittsburgh columnist says the Steelers are in serious trouble.

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