Don’t look now, but the T.J. Yates-led Houston Texans may very well be your top seed in the AFC Playoffs. That is, of course, if Tim Tebow delivers.
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Four 9-3 teams and five 7-5 teams make the AFC Playoff race strangley simplistic and utterly complicated at the same time. Let’s try to make some sense of it all.
The AFC proved more complicated than the NFC. Yet somehow, I managed to boil the nine teams in playoff contention down to six. An 11-5 team was left home dreaming […]
The Lions, led by Matthew Stafford, are making a case to be considered among the NFC’s contenders. Justifiable, or too early? Elsewhere, the Chargers, Eagles, and 49ers lose in disheartening […]
With Tom Brady under center, New England has won the AFC East every year since 2003. Can we expect a change in 2011? And when will things finally turn around […]
Never has so much hinged on one player’s neck. This just in: Peyton Manning is a big deal. Assuming Manning is healthy, can Indianapolis fend off the rest of the […]
We’re rolling from the soft NFC West to the rugged and violent AFC North. Is it possible a 3rd team joins the race for the division crown in 2011? Um, […]