There are no more five-year plans in the NFL.
Carolina Panthers defeated Tampa Bay 27-6 Sunday for a franchise-record eighth straight regular-season victory.
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Miami Dolphins running back Lamar Miller
left Sunday's game against Pittsburgh with a concussion.
The Baltimore Ravens will be without
defensive end Elvis Dumervil for Sunday's game against Minnesota because of an
The following is a list of inactive
players for tonight's game.
The San Diego Chargers have activated
linebacker Melvin Ingram off the physically unable to perform list.
Seattle Seahawks injury-plagued wide receive
Percy Harvin has been ruled out for Sunday's tilt at San Francisco because of
a sore hip.
Arizona Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer
was a limited practice participant for a third straight day on Friday, putting
his status for this weekend's game against St. Louis in question.
Darren McFadden will be back on the
sidelines when the Oakland Raiders visit the New York Jets this Sunday, while
fellow running back Rashad Jennings' status remains up in the air for the
team's Week 14 tilt.
Denver Broncos tight end Julius Thomas is
listed as probable for Sunday's game against the Tennessee Titans .
The Carolina Panthers expect to have both
leading rusher DeAngelo Williams and defensive end Charles Johnson back for
Sunday's NFC South showdown with the New Orleans Saints.
Baltimore Ravens defensive end
Elvis Dumervil is doubtful for Sunday's game against the Minnesota Vikings due
to an ankle injury.
The Minnesota Vikings formally ruled
starting quarterback Christian Ponder out for Sunday's game at Baltimore after
failing to receive medical clearance for a concussion he sustained last week.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron
Rodgers will miss a fifth consecutive game as he continues to recover from a
fractured collarbone, with the team declaring him out for this weekend's
matchup with the Atlanta Falcons on Friday's final injury report.
The bottom line of the ledger rarely
has a column for empathy and Gary Kubiak found that out the hard way on
All signs point to Jason Campbell starting at
quarterback for the Cleveland Browns Sunday against the New England Patriots.
New York Giants defensive end Jason
Pierre-Paul will sit out a second consecutive game when his team travels to
San Diego for Sunday's clash with the Chargers.
The Houston Texans relieved Gary Kubiak of
his duties as head coach on Friday, less than 24 hours after the team was
dealt its 11th consecutive loss with a 27-20 setback at Jacksonville.
December looms for the Dallas Cowboys.
In short order, you will find out the identity of the
NFC South's best team.
The San Diego Chargers are starting to play themselves
out of the postseason picture and look to stay afloat when the New York Giants
pay a visit to the west coast Sunday afternoon.
The Seattle Seahawks are closing in on their second NFC
West title in four years and are doing so in more impressive fashion this time
The Arizona Cardinals are jut a game back of a wild card
spot, but with three of their final four games of the regular season against
fellow NFC West residents, that deficit looks like the Grand Canyon.
The Denver Broncos own sole possession of first place in
the AFC West following a road victory last week.
Given their choice, Mike Wallace and his Miami teammates
would rather be 12-0 and embarking on a victory lap before entering the AFC
The Buffalo Bills did almost everything right last
weekend except win.
Andy Reid is still the toast of the town in Kansas City
despite the fact his Chiefs are mired in a three-game losing streak following
a sizzling 9-0 start.
Matt Cassel will be under center for Minnesota on Sunday
as the Vikings try to play spoiler against the reigning Super Bowl champion
The Cleveland Browns have myriad problems to address
while trying to end a skid that's seen them lose six of seven games -
including three in a row - since a 3-2 start.
Third-year quarterback Andy Dalton has gotten
significant credit - and deservedly so - for the turnaround of the Cincinnati
The mantra of many NFL teams these days might be, "OK,
things might be bad, but at least we're not the New York Jets."
Philadelphia Eagles head coach Chip Kelly said jokingly
Nick Foles will be his starting quarterback for the "next 1,000 years."
The Jacksonville Jaguars snapped a
franchise-worst seven-game home losing streak with a 27-20 victory over the
penalty-prone Houston Texans on Thursday. Chad Henne completed 12-of-27
passes for 117 yards and two touchdowns for the Jaguars (4-9), who won in
Jacksonville for the first time since Nov. 25, 2012. Maurice Jones-Drew
carried the ball 14 times for 103 yards before leaving with a hamstring
injury. Marcedes Lewis, Cecil Shorts and Jordan Todman each caught touchdown
passes for Jacksonville, which has won three in a row for the first time since
Oct. 31-Nov. 21, 2010. The quarterback carousel continued for the Texans
(2-11), who have dropped a franchise-worst 11 consecutive contests after a
promising 2-0 start. Case Keenum connected on 16-of-29 passes for 159
yards, one touchdown and an interception before being replaced late in
the third quarter. Matt Schaub completed 17-of-29 passes for 198 yards, one