While the Saints and Bears may be armed with offensive weapons, both teams have struggled mightily to win games in 2014. Despite that and a 5-8 record, the Saints are still alive in the NFC playoff race.
In September, the Bengals looked like the best team in the AFC. But thanks to injuries, they've fallen back to the pack and next must face the Ravens.
The Sports Xchange asked its NFL team correspondents to identify the best overall prospect fit for the team they cover. One prominent player -- Texas A&M QB Johnny Manziel -- was not named, and a cornerback was the most popular prospect with three mentions.
It's win and get in for some owners while others are playing for positioning. Our Dave Richard shares his outlook on all of the options you are considering for Week 13.
After spending the last nine seasons in Dallas, the Cowboys have released DT Jay Ratliff from the PUP list.
A healthy Sean Lee is good news for Dallas' offense, and the offense is responding well to coordinator Bill Callahan's expanded role as play caller.
The Dallas Cowboys switch from a 3-4 defense to a 4-3 under new coordinator Monte Kiffin. That means star pass rusher DeMarcus Ware moves to defensive end, and he explains why that may not be all that bad.
After aggravating a bone bruise in his left knee, defensive end Anthony Spencer will need surgery this week that could keep him out a month.
Cowboys defensive end Tyrone was supposed to play a meaningful role for the defense this year, but now his season is over.
With nearly half of the league's coordinators switching clubs, new playcallers abound. Pat Kirwan examines what the coordinator carousel means for affected teams.

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