Put on your debating caps and get your stats ready: NFL Network is about to reveal the next 10 names in "The Top 100: Players of 2012." The first two installments inspired plenty of surprise and disagreement, so tune into tonight's show at 8 p.m. ET to discover the identity of players 71-80, and get ready to talk back to your television.
Debate: Kurt Warner's remarks
Kurt Warner created quite a stir by saying that he would rather his sons not play football. Our analysts give their thoughts. **More ...**
Here's what else is on tap for Wednesday:
• The Vikings got their second victory in two days Tuesday as the Minnesota Senate voted to invest more than $500 million of public money in a new stadium for the team.
• Former Vikings and Eagles wide receiver Cris Carter admitted Tuesday that he offered money for hits during his 16-year career.
• Think the Colts are in line for a forgettable rebuilding year in 2012? Think again. Bucky Brooks provides three reasons why the Andrew Luck-led offense will be much better than anyone expects.
• Dave Dameshek and Adam Rank welcome NFL Network reporter Steve Wyche to his latest podcast to predict next season's division winners, and remember Junior Seau and MCA of the Beastie Boys.
•Larry Fitzgerald joins Rich Eisen on his latest podcast to talk about the Cardinals' ambiguous quarterback situation, and Ben Roethlisberger checks in after his recent graduation from Miami University.
Wyche: AFC divisional challengers
Who are the biggest threats to reigning kings of each AFC division? Steve Wyche likes the Bengals and Bills, among others. **More ...**
• EA Sports released the cover for "Madden NFL 13," featuring Lions WR Calvin Johnson, on Tuesday. Take a look back through all previous Madden covers.
• If you believe the old adage that championships are won in the offseason, then you'll want to check back on Wednesday for Elliot Harrison's NFL Power Rankings.