The NFL released a tentative draft order, round-by-round, for the 2013 NFL draft, which begins Thursday night, April 25.
Making projections for 2013 prior to free agency and the draft is like throwing darts. Well, throwing darts with a blindfold on and without an actual dartboard in the vicinity.
Welcome to football’s zombie week, the languid intermission where we take sips of amaro or calvados and rummage for things to talk about. Soon they’ll herd us all back for the grand finale.
The Patriots and 49ers have the best early odds to win Super Bowl XLVIII, as released by LVH (Las Vegas Hotel & Casino) on Jan. 14.
The Panthers announced Wednesday that Dave Gettleman has been hired as general manager.
 1. Denver Broncos: “D” makes them complete package: held K.C. to 119 yards of offense. 2. New England Patriots: Ridley fifth Pats rusher with 1,200 yards; first since 2004. 3. Atlanta Falcons: Injuries to Robinson, Abraham not what Atlanta wanted in Week 17. 4. San Francisco 49ers: Akers’ shakiness a big concern heading into postseason. 5. Seattle Seahawks: Went 8-0 at home, but won’t be playing in Seattle in playoffs. 6. Green Bay Packers: Needed a bye badly; a scary team when everyone is healthy. 7. Houston Texans: Stumbling into playoffs, but match up well with Bengals. 8. ...
The opponents for all 2013 regular-season games have been determined and a complete list of each team’s home and away matchups was issued Monday by the NFL.
Here are PFW's Week 17 defensive rankings:San Francisco 49ers vs. CardinalsDenver Broncos vs. ChiefsSeattle Seahawks vs. RamsPittsburgh Steelers vs. BrownsChicago Bears at LionsNew York Jets at BillsBuffalo Bills vs. JetsGreen Bay Packers at VikingsNew England Patriots vs. DolphinsSan Diego Chargers vs. RaidersHouston Texans at ColtsCincinnati Bengals vs. RavensJacksonville Jaguars at TitansBaltimore Ravens at BengalsNew York Giants vs. EaglesAtlanta Falcons vs. BuccaneersWashington Redskins vs. CowboysDallas Cowboys at RedskinsIndianapolis Colts vs. ...
CLINCHED: New England – AFC East
 1. Denver Broncos: Von Miller gets franchise record for sacks in a season in 10th straight win. 2. Atlanta Falcons: Matt Ryan has completed 80 percent of his passes past two games. 3. New England Patriots: Can’t forget they’ll have Rob Gronkowski for the playoffs. 4. San Francisco 49ers: Defensive holes showing: allowed 76 points in past two games. 5. Green Bay Packers: Thrashing of Titans was first double-digit win since Week Nine. 6. Seattle Seahawks: Wilson turned Rookie of the Year conversation into three-horse race. 7. ...

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