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By PFW staff

Friday, Sept. 21, 2012

A Green Bay columnist says Jay Cutler should be taking notes on how Aaron Rodgers handles himself off the field.

Though he won’t get the start against his former team this Monday, Matt Flynn isn’t pouting in Seattle.

With the Redskins’ defense now crippled by injuries, a D.C. writer says keeping Robert Griffin III healthy should be team’s foremost priority.

A Denver columnist says Peyton Manning’s anger over his three-interception performance in Atlanta “is great news” for the Broncos.

After losing to then-rookie Andy Dalton in Week Four last season, the Bills aren’t overlooking Brandon Weeden this weekend.

Reggie Bush is turning heads both on and off the field in Miami, according to a Florida writer.

Thursday, Sept. 20, 2012

Josh McDaniels’ return to New England has been “a bit rocky” to say the least, according to a Boston columnist.

A Los Angeles writer profiles the family of Patriots DE Chandler Jones, who will play against his brother Arthur on Sunday with their brother, the UFC’s Jon Jones, watching from the stands.

Is it possible that the Raiders would have been better off with Hue Jackson as head coach?

A New York columnist offers a profile of Giants TE Martellus Bennett, who once "started a gang whose main purpose was to steal dessert.”

Randy Moss is prepared for both cheers and boos when he returns to the Metrodome to face the Vikings Sunday.

A Carolina writer wonders if Charlotte could host a Super Bowl some time in the near future.

Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2012

A Miami reporter says Dolphins GM Jeff Ireland "has come to terms with being the fall guy for the scam Bill Parcells ran on this once proud NFL franchise."

Chiefs GM Scott Pioli says he's doesn't think Kansas City's 0-2 start is "the end of the world."

Giants DE Justin Tuck says he wishes Buccaneers players would have refused to follow their coach's orders.

This season's Seahawks defense could the best in the franchise's history, says a Seattle writer.

Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin says he's not satisfied with the team's running game.

A Cleveland reporter says "a franchise not known for its pass rush suddenly is crashing pockets and creating havoc."

Tuesday, Sept. 18, 2012

The Chiefs “will never win big with Scott Pioli in charge,” according to a Kansas City writer.

A Los Angeles columnist says NFC South teams have “a personal vendetta in play” when it comes to taking down the Saints.

Despite the high-profile additions to the Bills’ defensive line, mainstay Kyle Williams is still Buffalo’s top dog in the trenches.

A Houston columnist says the Texans’ history against Peyton Manning is irrelevant as Week Three’s game against the Broncos approaches.

After two quality performances to start the season, 49ers WR Michael Crabtree says he’s finally fully healthy.

After Sunday’s loss to the Eagles, the Ravens have more important issues to talk about than revenge against the Patriots.

Monday, Sept. 17, 2012

A New Orleans writer says "it's impossible to ignore that something isn't right" with the Saints.

Sam Bradford still looks like a franchise quarterback to one St. Louis columnist.

A Detroit writer says the Lions "still are not ready for prime time."

The Dolphins' locker room postgame celebration was "a perfect portrait of Sunday's giddiness," says a Miami columnist.

Sunday "was a long restorative exhale" for the Browns, even in defeat, according to a Cleveland columnist.

The only way for the Titans to go "is up," says a Tennessee columnist.

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