Tom Brady continues to polish his resume for the MVP award.
Only the fourth team in NFL history to post three consecutive 5-0 seasons.
Wade Phillips is 50-35 as a head coach.
Get this: Najeh Davenport has more touchdowns than Willie Parker.
Will giving up a 17-7 halftime lead in a 27-20 loss to the Bears haunt them?
The defense has surrendered a league-low three touchdowns in 12 red-zone trips.
Opponents have scored a league-low four touchdowns against the defense.
Quarterback David Garrard has yet to throw an interception.
Shaun Alexander's cracked wrist needs to heal quickly.
With Carnell "Cadillac" Williams and Michael Pittman out, why not Corey Dillon?
Steve McNair's play will be scrutinized until the offense begins to click.
Patiently waiting for the return of stud wide receiver Andre Johnson.
After 43-year-old Vinny Testaverde, who's next? Y.A. Tittle?
Somebody tell Mike Martz that he can occasionally run the football.
Maybe Kurt Warner can play like it's 1999.
Last week's thumping of the Broncos could ignite the Chargers.
Derek Anderson is third in the NFL with 11 touchdown passes.
Falling to the Chargers, 41-3, was the Broncos' worst home loss in 41 years.
The league's top rushing attack gets better with the return of Dominic Rhodes.
In 10 trips to the red zone, the offense has scored seven touchdowns.
Team is 8-0 after the bye under Andy Reid.
Ranked second to last in offense and defense.
Maybe Mike Nolan can install some pass plays for Trent Dilfer.
Top-ranked rushing defense could use help from the offense.
Fans must be breathing sigh of relief that Damon Huard will be back today.
Game vs. Eagles could be Chad Pennington's last as a starter.
The Byron Leftwich (sprained ankle) era is on hold.
Drew Brees leads the league in interceptions (nine).
The Greatest Show on Turf seems to be folding up the tents.
Does Cam Cameron wish he had drafted Brady Quinn now?