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Posted Nov. 16, 2012 @ 2:56 p.m. ET
By PFW staff

Friday, Nov. 16, 2012

Lambeau Stadium may be the most storied home field in the NFL, but a writer in Green Bay says Aaron Rodgers’ version of the Packers is built to play in domes.

With the injuries that starting quarterbacks around the NFL have suffered recently, a columnist in Denver says Peyton Manning is lucky to still be standing.

Add Wade Phillips’ name to the list of people who think the league’s system of fines and punishment is biased against defensive players.

The Ravens are quickly evolving from the hunter to the hunted in the AFC North, according to a writer in Baltimore.

A columnist in St. Louis says there’s an energy level surrounding the Rams that’s not often seen this late in the season, an energy the team hopes to build on when they play the Jets on Sunday.

Is it still possible for Andy Reid to save his job? A writer in Philadelphia thinks so.

Thursday, Nov. 15, 2012

After the Chiefs were penalized for excessive celebration Monday night following a group dance, Romeo Crennel says he will put a stop to similar mistakes in the future.

A reporter in New York offers a detailed account of the Jets’ swirling controversy around Tim Tebow as the tension in New York seems to be reaching a boiling point.

A Green Bay columnist takes a look at the difficulties the Packers will face if Clay Matthews misses games beyond this Sunday in Detroit.

Alex Smith may play against the Bears on Monday night, but a writer in Chicago thinks Niners QB Colin Kaepernick would have the edge over Chicago's Jason Campbell if both teams were to start their backup QBs.

Bengals LB Rey Maualuga has really upped his game by losing 20 pounds in the last seven weeks.

The Cardinals’ offseason personnel additions have largely proven ineffective, writes an Arizona columnist.

Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2012

Having played six games (winning five) without head coach Chuck Pagano, the Colts’ motivation to play hard for their ailing leader hasn’t faded a bit.

Eagles players are rallying around Nick Foles as he prepares to make his first NFL start.

A Kansas City columnist says Matt Cassel’s interception in overtime to set up the Steelers’ game-winning field goal was the “most appropriate way possible” for perhaps the Chiefs’ best performance to end.

Jason Garrett acknowledges that Tony Romo will make “some plays that you don’t like,” but thinks his quarterback is doing a better job outweighing the bad plays with good ones.

A writer in Atlanta is pleasantly surprised to see the Falcons admit, through the release of DE Ray Edwards, that his signing “was a blunder.”

The Ravens’ defense may be depleted by injuries, but it made its impact felt Sunday against the Raiders by channeling its inner Dikembe Mutombo.

Monday, Nov. 12, 2012

The Bills’ painfully close comeback attempt Sunday was just a slightly different rendition of a movie fans are used to seeing, according to a Buffalo writer.

He touched the ball only three times Sunday against the Jets, but Golden Tate continues to excite and entertain fans in Seattle.

A columnist in Carolina says it’s a “scary thought” for Panthers fans to realize just how mediocre Cam Newton has been this season.

As “uncomfortable, awkward and frustrating” as Sunday’s tie in San Francisco was, a St. Louis writer sees plenty of reason for optimism in the Rams’ performance.

After offering a few promising performances earlier in the season, the Raiders’ defense has taken a freefall in recent weeks.

Despite the Bears’ weak offensive performance in Sunday night’s loss to the Texans, a Chicago writer says it’s good to know that Jason Campbell is more reliable than Caleb Hanie as a backup QB.

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