Looking For Four in a Row " DenverBroncos.com
So we’ve got three in a row, and like Coach Fox says, 4-0 is better than 3-0. This week we’re in Carolina.
NFL Live OT: Super Bowl Preview? - ESPN Video - ESPN
Mark Schlereth and Tedy Bruschi preview Sunday night's showdown between Houston and Chicago.
NFL Live Week 10 Picks - ESPN Video - ESPN
Trey Wingo, Mark Schlereth, and Tedy Bruschi make their picks for Sunday's key matchups.
Here's how the Broncos can bring home a win from Charlotte - The Denver Post - Jeff Legwold
For nine seasons, John Fox was the Carolina Panthers coach. He took them to playoffs four times, to two NFC championship games and one Super Bowl (XXXVIII).
Jaws: Peyton Manning a top-3 QB - AFC West Blog - ESPN
Let’s take a look at where he puts AFC West signal-callers:
Broncos CB Tracy Porter hopes he's medically cleared soon to practice - The Denver Post
Broncos cornerback Tracy Porter did not practice Friday and was formally ruled out for Sunday's game against the Panthers.
Broncos' Danny Trevathan makes it all-Kentucky at nickel linebacker - The Denver Post
With Peyton Manning taking over for running threat Tim Tebow at quarterback, the Broncos no longer need a wildcat offense.
Raiders going to Baltimore short-handed | ProFootballTalk
The Raiders had a tough task anyway, flying across country to play the 6-2 Ravens.
Panthers hire Accorsi as consultant for GM search | ProFootballTalk
After firing their former sports reporter general manager, the Panthers hired another one to help look for his replacement.
ProFootballWeekly.com - WLB Davis' comeback a bright spot for Panthers
Thomas Davis has some stiff competition with high-profile offensive stars like Peyton Manning and Adrian Peterson vying for NFL Comeback Player of the Year honors, but the Panthers believe their starting weak-side linebacker deserves to be in the conversation for the award.
Pair of Panthers pick up stiff fines | ProFootballTalk
The unexpected win by the Panthers over the Redskins came with a price. Sort of.
Buccaneers RB Doug Martin gets a second look from Broncos fan - The Denver Post
Q: Looking what a former (Boise St.) Bronco is doing, I'm wondering did the Broncos have interest in Doug Martin before the draft?
Final Word: AFC West - AFC West Blog - ESPN
Five nuggets of knowledge about Week 10:
AFC West second-quarter checkpoint - AFC West Blog - ESPN
The second quarter of the AFC West season is complete. Let’s look at some key developments for the second quarter as we did for the season's first quarter:
Raiders need to adjust to key injuries - AFC West Blog - ESPN
As expected, the Oakland Raiders will limp into Sunday’s game at Baltimore.
ProFootballWeekly.com - Raiders feeling void at running back
The absence of a punishing complementary back for Darren McFadden has left a noticeable void on the Raiders
Jared Gaither questionable to play in Tampa | ProFootballTalk
It’s been more than a week since the Chargers were last on the field, but left tackle Jared Gaither’s groin has not improved since their win over the Chiefs.
Romeo Crennel to get tough on turnovers - AFC West Blog - ESPN
Romeo Crennel has had it with turnovers.
Chiefs deny meeting between Hunt and Schottenheimer | ProFootballTalk
The Kansas City Chiefs deny a report that owner Clark Hunt met Friday at team headquarters with former Chiefs, Chargers, Browns, and Redskins coach Marty Schottenheimer.
Emmanuel Sanders, Steelers fined for fake injury | ProFootballTalk
The NFL has investigated the alleged cramp that Steelers receiver Emmanuel Sanders got at a convenient time in Week Seven against the Bengals, and the league’s conclusion is clear: Fake, fake, fake, fake.
"Muscle Hamster" nickname came from act of chivalry | ProFootballTalk
Bucs running back Doug Martin hates the name "Muscle Hamster." That much we know. But what we don’t know is how he got it.
Bucs patchwork offensive line getting job done | ProFootballTalk
Buccaneers running back Doug Martin has been hard to miss lately.
Haloti Ngata: I can’t do what I want most of the time | ProFootballTalk
The Ravens defense has been much more forgiving than in past years, particularly when it comes to stopping the run, and the injuries suffered by defensive tackle Haloti Ngata are one of the causes for the change.
Report: Routt visiting the Lions | ProFootballTalk
Despite plenty of injuries in 2012 (like 2011), the Lions secondary is playing better in 2012 (unlike 2011).