Tom Brady has 21 game-winning drives in the fourth quarter or overtime.
The road through the NFC goes through Dallas.
Starting to get healthier and much better.
Banged-up Brett Favre expects to run his quarterback-record consecutive starts streak to 250.
How many touchdown passes go over Anthony Smith's head today?
Could be a dangerous wild-card team.
Playing their best football since going to the Super Bowl.
Can secure the NFC South with a win at Houston.
Lead the NFL with 33 take-aways.
Braylon Edwards, Phil Savage's first pick for the Browns, has 62 catches for 1,043 yards and 12 touchdowns.
Eli Manning is the streakiest quarterback in the NFL.
Ranked first in the NFL against the run with Albert Haynesworth in the lineup.
Could make a big statement by winning in Seattle.
Great running game, but will only go as far as Tarvaris Jackson takes them.
Desperately need Marshawn Lynch back at running back.
Playoffs seem like a pipe dream.
Reggie Bush is having trouble accepting his sophomore slump.
Will Joe Gibbs return as coach next season?
They led the division three weeks ago. Now, they're nearly out of the playoff race.
A.J. Feeley makes too many critical mistakes.
It would have been interesting if wide receiver Andre Johnson had been healthy all season.
Fading Kansas City hasn't won in Denver since 2000.
Strange team that struggles at home but has won six of its past eight road games.
There's talk that they might re-sign Rex Grossman at the end of the season.
With one more loss, they would be headed for their worst finish since 2002.
Moral victory over New England doesn't stop a six-game losing streak.
Justin Fargas has been one of the few bright spots.
No longer "Greatest Show on Turf." They have scored fewer than 20 points in eight games.
Beating up on the Dolphins doesn't mean much.
Instead of watching Trent Dilfer now, try to remember 2000.
Now starting at quarterback ... Chris Redman.
A loss would match 1962 Raiders and 1986 Colts for third-worst start to an NFL season.