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Posted Oct. 24, 2011 @ 11:16 a.m. ET
By PFW staff

Thursday, October 27, 2011

Peyton Hillis says he doesn't want to talk about his contract situation anymore this season.

George Wilson says the Bills are giving up home-field advantage by playing a home game in Toronto on Sunday.

Sunday's Vikings-Panthers game won't be the first time Cam Newton and Christian Ponder have tried to one-up each other.

A St. Louis reporter says it looks like Sam Bradford will miss his second-straight game.

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Chris Johnson's issues are becoming a distraction for Mike Munchak, says a Tennessee columnist.

The Eagles have taken the wrong approach to trying to motivate Asante Samuel, says a Philadelphia columnist.

A Green Bay columnist says the Packers can keep overcoming their issues on defense.

The Jaguars have a history of taking a step back after big wins in the national spotlight, says a Jacksonville reporter.

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

A Miami reporter says some NFL people, including Bill Cowher, may not have liked what they saw from Stephen Ross in Week Seven.

A New Orleans columnist says Drew Brees keeps getting better.

Rams owner Stan Kroenke needs to hire a football czar to oversee his club, says a St. Louis columnist.

There are no easy solutions to fix the Colts' mess, says an Indianapolis reporter.

Monday, October 24, 2011

Falcons players say Ndamukong Suh taunted Matt Ryan after he appeared to suffer an injury Sunday.

A Kansas City columnist says he thinks the Chiefs are "the same mediocre team we expected before the season."

The Bears have earned back some of the respect they had lost since the season started, according to a Chicago columnist.

The Broncos have come to expect the unexpected from Tim Tebow.

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