Thursday, Sept. 6, 2012
A Philadelphia writer thinks anything short of a Super Bowl appearance could get Eagles coach Andy Reid fired.
A Baltimore columnist reflects on the influence of former Ravens owner Art Modell.
Though he is entering his fourth season since leaving Denver, QB Jay Cutler is “still somewhat in John Elway’s shadow,” says a Chicago writer.
It’s "a bad look” for the Chiefs to be lacking in depth with so much available cap room, according to a Kansas City writer.
Both the Cardinals and Seahawks will be paying a premium for quarterbacks on the bench in Sunday’s matchup, an Arizona columnist notes.
A San Diego columnist takes a look at the ageless Takeo Spikes, who will start his 200th career game Monday night in Oakland.
Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2012
A Detroit columnist says Lions WR Calvin Johnson is "the rarest of superstars."
Titans RB Chris Johnson says "things are going to be better this year."
Bears head coach Lovie Smith has "reignited his fire," says a Chicago writer.
The Rams are "a puzzle," according to a St. Louis columnist.
A Jacksonville writer says recent history suggests Jaguars WR Justin Blackmon will have to endure some growing pains.
If Ryan Tannehill wants advice from someone who understands what he is going through, Dan Marino might be the right person to call.
Tuesday, Sept. 4, 2012
Peyton Manning reveals his toughest challenges on the road back from four neck surgeries in an interview with a New York reporter.
With Drew Brees still around, it doesn’t matter who coaches the Saints this season, writes a Washington D.C. columnist.
Despite speculation of tension between Mark Sanchez and Tim Tebow, a New York columnist says the two have developed a close friendship.
A Green Bay columnist details how the “ageless wonder" has outshined the Packers’ wealth of young talent at wide receiver.
After watching several teammates tear ACLs in the past year, Troy Polamalu has a newfound thankfulness for his health, according to a Pittsburgh reporter.
A San Francisco columnist wonders if the 49ers will unveil a pistol-formation package featuring backup QB Colin Kaepernick.