It was the kind of performance that demands an immediate reassessment.
The Cardinals bring their undefeated record to the Mile High City, and they are likely to have No. 1 quarterback Carson Palmer back in the lineup.
The Falcons have shown that they are a much better and far more competitive team than they were a year ago.
After a nightmarish performance vs. the Falcons in Week Three, head coach Lovie Smith was wondering just what kind of team he was coaching.
The Steelers lost in shocking and humiliating fashion at home to the lowly Tampa Bay Bucs in Week Four, and the challenge for head coach Mike Tomlin is to get his team looking forward to the Jaguars and not looking back.
The Browns have been competitive in all three games that they have played in so far, and they should be ready to come up with another strong effort after their bye week.
The Rams are a feisty group and could have won two of their first three games, but they have not shown the ability to finish off games.
The Ravens are starting to operate with quite a bit of efficiency on offense, and quarterback Joe Flacco deserves credit for that unit’s ability to light up the scoreboard.
The Texans have entrusted their quarterback responsibilities to Ryan Fitzpatrick, and he is an honest, hard-trying passer who understands his job and gives his team a chance.
Doug Marrone has seen enough of quarterback EJ Manuel and has decided to pull the plug on him and hand the team’s QB chores to veteran Kyle Orton.
Jay Cutler has the physical tools that make NFL offensive coordinators and quarterback coaches drool.
The Vikings are asking rookie Teddy Bridgewater to steady the offense and give the team a chance to compete.
Photos from the 2013 NFL Pro Bowl in Honolulu, Hawaii.
Photos of the NFC and AFC Championship games.
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