Panthers adding a star receiver? Broncos trading for an elite running back? Seahawks and Colts adding interior line help? It likely won't happen before the trade deadline, no matter how much sense it makes.
Nick Foles for Sam Bradford? Close to a wash through five weeks. Ditto for LeSean McCoy for Kiko Alonso. But the Jets sure made out by dealing for Ryan Fitzpatrick and Brandon Marshall.
Dead money accounts for more than 20 percent of the Saints' salary cap, meaning more than one-fifth of the organization's cap resources are assigned to players no longer on their roster. Which other teams are 2015's biggest offenders?
Russell Wilson continues to focus on cutting weight and speed training to try to cope with the onslaught of pass rush he is facing.
Are the Bengals for real? We'll find out in Week 5 when Seattle -- and its nasty defense -- shows up in Cincy. St. Louis at Green Bay also looks good.
Both the Lions and Seahawks have started the season slow, with the teams combining for just one win in the first three weeks. Here are five key stats to know about the matchup.
The only good news for the Saints after an awful 0-2 start? All the attention being paid to the winless Eagles. The Giants look cooked, too.
Yeah, it's only Week 2, but trust us, plenty of these showdowns could be pivotal for setting the tone for the season. And there isn't a game that sets the tone more than Rex Ryan squaring off with his old nemesis, Bill Belichick.
How many QBs will start a game for the Bills? Will the Ravens win more than nine games? Will Eddie Lacy to lead NFL in rushing yards? Here are 13 of my favorite bets of the NFL season.
It's time to rank this week's games and right out of the gate we get Peyton Manning beginning what might be his retirement tour facing the Ravens.

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