The Texans will be in a logjam coming out of the bye week, says Alan Burge.
Time for the annual meeting of legends, says Phil Richards.
Whose season was better, Peyton Manning’s in 2004 or Tom Brady’s in 2007? Mike Chappell examines.
It’s the best rivalry of the decade, writes Richards.
Randy Moss still scares defensive backs, says Phillip B. Wilson.
Manning is the MVP, unquestionably, writes Pete Prisco.
John Maxymuk ranks Brady-Manning as the second-best QB matchup of all time.
John McClain contemplates Manning and Brady.
Wilson’s giant and thorough matchup page.
Richards looks at a couple of key matchups.
It’s a midseason Super Bowl, writes Dave Goldberg.
Jim Sorgi missed practice, says Chappell.
James Mungro’s gone into coaching, says Larry Hawley.
The Jets chaotic defensive scheme will challenge the Jaguars, says Michael C. Wright.
Offensive yardage is up for Jacksonville, says Vito Stellino.
If the Jaguars play in London next year, Vic Ketchman believes it will be against Washington or Philadelphia.
Jack Del Rio still has supporters, says David Lamm.
Ten things Jonathan Loesche will be looking for in the second half.