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Posted Oct. 10, 2011 @ 11:53 a.m. ET
By PFW staff

Thursday, October 13, 2011

Jay Cutler admits he's feeling uneasy in the pocket playing behind the Bears' offensive line.

A Houston columnist says the Texans are frustrated with Jacoby Jones.

Aaron Curry never lived up to the hype, says a Seattle columnist.

An Atlanta reporter lists seven things wrong with the struggling Falcons.

Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Kyle Orton's turnovers helped clear the way for Tim Tebow.

Questions abound about the Raiders' future and whether it will be in Oakland.

The Redskins are looking for clarity and consistency from their running game.

The Seahawks' Tom Cable is coaching hurt after undergoing back surgery.

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Tim Tebow shared his thoughts on being named the Broncos' starting quarterback Tuesday.

A New York columnist says Santonio Holmes needs to start earning his salary and his status as a team captain.

The Lions addressed their demons Monday night, says a Detroit columnist.

Tanard Jackson is "anxious" to get back on the field and put a year-long suspension behind him.

Monday, October 10, 2011

A Philadelphia columnist says "this has the look and feel and especially the smell" of Andy Reid's final season.

The winless Colts are underachievers, says an Indianapolis columnist.

The Patriots beat the Jets at their own game Sunday.

A San Francisco columnist says the 49ers "played their most complete and minimally-flawed game in eight years," Sunday.

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