Nobody expected Eagles quarterback Nick Foles to match the 27-2 TD-interception ratio he had last year, but those numbers have slipped to 10-7 this year.
The Texans are counting on Ryan Fitzpatrick to provide them with leadership, consistency and accuracy from the pocket.
The Ravens don’t have the statistical prowess of some of the most productive and consistent offenses in the league, but quarterback Joe Flacco is capable of lighting up the scoreboard and making big plays on a regular basis.
The Vikings and their rookie quarterback Teddy Bridgewater thought they had done enough at Buffalo to come away with a Week Seven victory.
Panic may be settling in the Far Northwest, but that doesn’t mean it has to be of the permanent variety.
The Dolphins have struggled most of the season, but they bounced back from their heartbreaking home loss in Week Six against the Packers to play a superb game at Chicago in Week Seven.
Kyle Orton gives the Bills a veteran’s presence who is going to stay calm under pressure most of the time because he is not going to see many things from the defense that take him by surprise.
The Bears are asking Jay Cutler (and have paid him) to perform like he is one of the elite quarterbacks in the NFL. When it comes to arm strength and a quick release, Cutler is certainly capable of making impressive throws.
The Rams have been at a disadvantage all season at the quarterback position since they have been playing with their No. 3 quarterback under center.
The Lions have made several adjustments this season under head coach Jim Caldwell, and one of them has to do with Matthew Stafford’s expectations.
Ravens fans took to the streets of Baltimore to celebrate their team’s 34-31 win over the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl XLVII on Sunday night.