Drew Brees and Peyton Manning have been championship-level quarterbacks throughout their career, but their respective teams and others must find stability at the position soon.
The Broncos are 6-0 but they're not winning a playoff game with Peyton Manning. The end is already here. Elsewhere, the Jets and Panthers are legit.
Revenge game? Yeah, the Patriots probably can't wait to knock the air out of the Colts, but the juiciest matchup in Week 6 is Bruce Arians' return to Pittsburgh.
It's still October, not January, but after rallying for three fourth-quarter scores over the vaunted Seahawks defense, it's time to believe in Andy Dalton and the Bengals.
Let's be honest: Week 4 isn't the sexiest slate of NFL matchups this season, but with the Jets and Dolphins kicking off at 9:30 a.m. ET -- you can binge for some 15 hours plus.
We're heading into Week 4 and we've already seen two preseason playoff favorites -- the Cowboys and the Steelers -- lose their franchise quarterbacks.
Aaron Rodgers and the Packers lit up the Chiefs on Monday night.
There is a palpable upbeat vibe in Chiefs camp these days and Eric Berry's return from his battle with cancer is at the core of it.
As we get closer to the start of mandatory mini camps for veterans, here are a half dozen quarterbacks who will be among the most scrutinized in the league.
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