The last quarterback to join the final eight in the NFL playoff hunt, Colin Kaepernick did it with his arm and his legs in crunch tim against the Packers.
Reggie Nelson gives the Bengals many dimensions from his safety spot. King Dunlap is a tower of strength for San Diego. Both will be key Sunday.
Drew Brees in the colts, Aaron Rodgers vs. the 49ers' secondary are among the things that intrigue me this weekend in the NFL.
Can Arizona slow LeSean McCoy? How will Robert Quinn do against Joe Staley? Drew Brees against the Seattle secondary? Those are among my 10 intriguing things this week.
It was a rough day for quarterbacks: Jay Cutler, Jake Locker, Seneca Wallace, Peyton Manning and Terrelle Pryor were all banged up on Sunday.
Brady vs. Brees, Matt Schaub and Tony Romo are just some of the things that intrigue me about NFL Week 6.
Training camp was a wakeup call for a lot of teams. See how each franchise addressed pressing needs heading into the season.
NFL teams have spent a lot of time on read-otpion defenses this summer, and the consensus is that quarterbacks are about to be hit a lot more.
The Chargers are already dealing with the injury bug and protection issues for QB Philip Rivers. If they don't improve, they could become the league's worst team in 2013.
Left tackle Max Starks, who spent his first nine seasons in Pittsburgh, signed a one-year deal with the San Diego Chargers. Terms were not disclosed. Starks is expected to start and protect quarterback Philip Rivers' blind side.

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