PFW's No Huddle question of the week: At the halfway mark of the NFL season, who is the defensive MVP? With his shutdown coverage and big-plays, is Jets CB Darrelle Revis the obvious choice?
Football fans laughed when Eli Manning told the press he thought he was an elite NFL QB before the season started. Halfway through his best season ever, he's among the elite in PFW's MVP Meter.
DeMarcus Ware can do it all, Ed Reed has done it all for a decade. But names like Novorro Bowman and Corey Webster have stood out from bigger stars to make the PFW Midseason All-Pro roster.
Texans RB Ben Tate isn't the first option in the Houston backfield, but he's much more than just a handcuff. See why Tate is a fantasy player you should exploit in week 10.
Matt Hasselbeck may be 14 years older than Cam Newton, but when making their upset picks for week 10, one PFW editor wasn't even sure why Hasselbeck's Titans were underdogs to Newton's Panthers.
DeMarco Murray leads the NFL in yards per carry, and if he stays on pace, he'll have the highest average in NFL history. But Murray doesn't deserve all the credit--he has the Cowboys line to thank.
The way we hear it, a staff whose contracts all end after 2011-12 is the first of many signs that point to the Jacksonville Jaguars becoming the Los Angeles Jaguars.
The Packers beat the Vikings 45-7 on Monday Night. No surprise there. So what can we take from Green Bay's rout? Their defense is finally up to snuff, and 16-0 has become an expectation.
Potential MVPs must satisfy many criteria to take home the award, but none more than putting up big numbers in the win column. This week's MVP meter checks out the winningest of the winners.
Broncos WR Eric Decker has a TD catch in each of his last three games, but now that the Broncos have fashioned an option-style offense for Tim Tebow, expect Decker's fantasy value to take a hit.
It's been a while since the Colts had any hope of winning a game. But with a few winnable games on the horizon, can they prevent an 0-16 season? PFW's editors weigh in.
The Buffalo Bills have gone from a contender for the AFC's number one seed to underdogs against the Miami Dolphins. But several PFW editors say this is the week the Bills get it back on track.
The first-place Texans are moving forward with Matt Leinart under center. But the way we hear it, a run-often pass-seldom team loaded with talent could be a perfect situation for Leinart to succeed.
Tony Romo could be counted on to blow Cowboys leads early in the season, but the past three weeks he's been in vintage form, turning himself into an MVP candidate.
Fantasy owners couldn't count on Brandon Lloyd in a Broncos uniform this season, but his short career in St. Louis has given owners consistent numbers that they can continue to expect this week.
It'll be tough sledding for the 49ers, who have to travel cross-country to face the Ravens in a short week. So our No Huddle question is a bit tougher: Who is the better coach, John or Jim Harbaugh?