The Cincinnati Bengals are in the midst of a downward trend, but the way the St. Louis Rams have been playing this season, a 6.5-point spread shouldn't be a problem for the Bengals to cover.
Drew Brees racked up five TDs and Calvin Johnson accrued over 200 receiving yards and reached the end zone twice. So who was PFW's player of the week for week 15? It wasn't so clear-cut.
Even having missed a game, A.J. Green has put up as solid a rookie season as any wide receiver ever has. Considering what he's done with a rookie QB throwing to him, is he the best rookie WR ever?
Cam Newton, one of the most controversial #1 draft picks in recent years, has responded to his critics with a record-breaking season. PFW's Nolan Nawrocki breaks down Newton's Year One campaign.
Look past the Browns' record -- there is hope aplenty in Cleveland, with rookies like Greg Little, Jabaal Sheard and Phil Taylor leading a second straight year of a young talent surplus.
A month and a week ago, Kyle Orton was a Denver Bronco. Now a Chief, Orton's revenge against the team who released him has convinced one PFW editor that it's the likeliest upset to occur in week 17.
It was an NFL season dominated by stellar rookie performances of Cam Newton, Von Miller, Aldon Smith and more. But of the few rookie disappointments, Blaine Gabbert may have been the biggest.
Aaron Rodgers finishes just above Drew Brees on the PFW MVP Meter for 2011. But in 2012, could players like Cam Newton, A.J. Green and DeMarco Murray crack the list in their second seasons?
Of all of the non-playoff teams in the NFL, which squads will make it to next year's postseason? Michael Vick's ultra-talented and disappointing Eagles were a popular pick, but not the only one.
Aldon Smith takes home the PFW/PFWA Defensive Rookie of the Year award over Von Miller. Why? It might have something to do with the end of the regular season in which Smith far outplayed Miller.
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USC OT Matt Kalil, a top-five NFL prospect, draws on the experiences of his brother, Ryan and his father--both of whom have NFL experience. Perhaps that's why he says he's the best lineman in the draft.
Nolan Nawrocki's latest mock draft is contract-based, giving preference to players at higher-priced positions like QB, where Brandon Weeden is one of four top-ten picks at the position.
It's not surprising that Stanford QB Andrew Luck is PFW's #1 NFL Draft prospect. What is surprising, though, is how Nolan Nawrocki compares Luck to Peyton Manning, his Colts predecessor.