Kyle Orton gives the Bills a veteran’s presence who is going to stay calm under pressure most of the time because he is not going to see many things from the defense that take him by surprise.
The Bears are asking Jay Cutler (and have paid him) to perform like he is one of the elite quarterbacks in the NFL. When it comes to arm strength and a quick release, Cutler is certainly capable of making impressive throws.
The Rams have been at a disadvantage all season at the quarterback position since they have been playing with their No. 3 quarterback under center.
The Lions have made several adjustments this season under head coach Jim Caldwell, and one of them has to do with Matthew Stafford’s expectations.
The Chargers face a huge test in this game as they attempt to take down their long-time rivals on their homefield.
The Cardinals are 5-1, but they have not necessarily been as good as their record might suggest. What is fair to say is this team is resilient and has learned how to win some close games and close out tight games. That is to be respected, and why the Eagles will have to find a way to start and finish strong, as they did against the New York Giants.
The Grand Imperial Poobah gives the Cowboys credit for their 6-1 start, but isn’t scared of them.
The Steelers staged a comeback to top the Texans on Monday Night Football.
Malcolm Jenkins has proved the doubters wrong so far with the Eagles.
LeSean McCoy says his rushing performance against the Giants felt great.
Howie Roseman and Don Smolenski share their bye week activities.
Riley Cooper takes full responsibility for the Eagles lone loss of the season on 94 WIP.
Eagles linebacker Mychal Kendricks wrote that he will practice this week, and gave his perspective on his injury.
Three crucial aspects of the Eagles vs. Cardinals week 8 NFC battle.
With no disrespect intended to the Cardinals or whoever comes out of the NFC North or NFC South, it is the Eagles and Cowboys that are beginning to be recognized as the top contenders in the NFC.