At a certain point, Jacksonville quarterback Blake Bortles will find his comfort level and play well enough to give the Jaguars a legitimate chance at winning a game or two this season.
The Colts have to feel comfortable with the quarterback matchup on an every-week basis with Andrew Luck.
The 49ers have rebounded with back-to-back hard-earned victories over the Eagles and Chiefs, but it seems there is still a lot of work to do before this team is back on track.
The Giants appear to have come out of the offensive funk, and it happened at just the right moment for Eli Manning.
The Redskins came up with a credible effort in their Monday Night loss to Seattle.
Tony Romo has seen a lot of heartache and near-misses in his time with the Dallas Cowboys, and perhaps this could be the year that the Cowboys fulfill their promise and earn a spot as a deserving postseason team
The Chargers begin a three-week tour of the AFC West with this road trip to Oakland.
Peyton Manning continues to get the job done in stellar fashion for the Broncos.
The Patriots responded to criticisms and questions following their Week Four Monday Night disaster at Kansas City with a stellar performance in their blowout victory over the previously undefeated Bengals.
The Ravens looked ordinary in their Week Five 20-13 loss to the Indianapolis Colts, and the biggest problem the offensive line’s inability to protect Joe Flacco from the Colts’ good (but not great) pass rush.
The Houston Texans are looking better in 2014 and the Indianapolis Colts have turned things around after a slow start to the year. Former NFL quarterback and CBS analyst Chris Simms took time to talk to me about the upcoming AFC South battle on Thursday Night Football, and he had some great things to say.
The Lions had looked very efficient and mature through their first four games, but they regressed in their Week Five loss to the Bills as they let what appeared to be an easy home win slip away.
The Bears are coming off a lackluster effort in which they let an undermanned Carolina Panthers team off the hook and steal a 31-24 victory.
The Panthers appeared to be in deep distress after they fell behind to the Bears 21-7 in the first half, but Cam Newton was not about to accept defeat even though the Panthers had turned the ball over to Chicago three times.
The Packers have righted the ship with back-to-back victories over the Chicago Bears and Minnesota Vikings, and the primary reason they were able to put away both of those division rivals was the accurate passing of Aaron Rodgers.