Let's make a deal: These teams might have interest in Cutler
Something rare has occurred: A Pro Bowl quarterback is suddenly on the trading block. Now, the obvious question arises: What teams might be interested in acquiring Jay Cutler from the Broncos?
Team-by-team draft needs: NFC South
NFL.com's Pat Kirwan draws up his draft board for every team in the NFC South. See the needs for the Falcons, Panthers, Saints and Buccaneers and find out what player they should target.
Quarterback quandaries have left multiple teams feeling unsettled
Overshadowed by the drama in Denver and whether Matthew Stafford or Mark Sanchez could be the first QB drafted is that nearly a third of the NFL's teams have unsettled situations at the position.
We've got issues: Breaking down NFC free-agency needs
The veteran free-agency signing period begins on Feb. 27, and here's an in-depth look at each NFC team's potential key free agents and offseason course of action.
QB-needy teams finding shrinking list of productive passers
The Jets join an increasing list of teams that need a quarterback, but these clubs might struggle to find a productive passer, either via free agency or in the draft.
Chargers LB Phillips could be a nice pickup for Week 16
Chargers linebacker Shaun Phillips has been a steady IDP performer for years, and he's doing it again in 2008. RotoWire's Danny Goldin gets you ready for championship week with his IDP 'Goldin' nuggets.
Still some enticing 'hit-or-miss' options on the waiver wire
If you're looking for a boom-or-bust option off the waiver wires for your fantasy football championship, Saints WR Devery Henderson faces a Lions secondary prone to giving up the big passing play.
Pressure-packed: Contenders increasingly becoming sack-religious
Normally, defenses are ahead of offenses early in the season, then are passed late. But this season, the defenses of playoff contenders aren't showing any signs of letting up.
Backup RBs taking full advantage of late-season opportunities
With two touchdowns against the Lions on Sunday, the Colts' Dominic Rhodes is one of a number of backup running backs who took full advantage of injuries to their team's starters.