Panthers LB Luke Kuechly (Boston College) is having a great season and might be the best inside linebacker in the league.
Although the Cardinals lost to the 49ers, Andre Ellington (Clemson) says he thinks they still got better. Ellington, who has seen an increased role in the last few weeks, is grateful for his opportunity to begin his career in Arizona.
Bills QB Thaddeus Lewis (Duke) had a strong outing in his first career start on Sunday before he left the game with a foot injury. Coach Doug Marrone still says he thinks Lewis can play again this Sunday.
Anquan Boldin (Florida State) spoke out for player safety, saying Thursday night games are dangerous with the short turnarounds.
Jets cornerback Antonio Cromartie (Florida State) says his knee is fine after injuring it last week, but his technique needs work.
EJ Manuel (Florida State), who is ahead of schedule for his knee injury, will begin rehab today.
Another former Seminole quarterback is struggling, but in a different way. Christian Ponder's (Florida State) job is already on the line with the addition of Josh Freeman to the roster.
Calvin Johnson (Georgia Tech) has been battling a knee injury recently, and he says his knee is sore after this week's game.
Stephen Hill (Georgia Tech), New York Jets wide receiver, described this week's matchup with New England as a must-win game.
This writer says Vernon Davis' (Maryland) touchdown catches speak volumes, and the 49ers have done well getting him the ball.
Although Torrey Smith (Maryland) has enjoyed a good season so far racking up a lot of receiving yards, the Packers limited him to just one catch for 12 yards this week.
Apparently Jon Beason (Miami) still has something in the tank. After being traded to the Giants from the Panthers, Beason had some impressive moments in his debut.
It's well documented by now that Jimmy Graham (Miami) had a tough day against New England with cornerback Aqib Talib lining up opposite from him for most of the day.
Like other players who have spoken out, Andre Johnson (Miami) was dismayed and unhappy with fans cheering the injury of Matt Schaub (Virginia).
Reggie Wayne (Miami) became the ninth player all-time to record 1,000 catches in a career.
Rookie sensation Gio Bernard (North Carolina) made some slick moves off a shovel pass from Andy Dalton to find the end zone.
Julius Peppers (North Carolina) has struggled all season, and part of it is due to other injuries on the defensive line.
If Schaub isn't able to play, T.J. Yates (North Carolina) will battle Case Keenum for the starting job. Yates struggled when he replaced Schaub on Sunday.
Read about how Mike Glennon's (N.C. State) childhood helped shape him and lead him to where he is today in the NFL.
Another former N.C. State quarterback, Philip Rivers (N.C. State), stole the spotlight from Andrew Luck and the Colts on Monday Night Football.
Darrelle Revis (Pittsburgh) has been granted the trademark "Revis Island" that he applied for more than three years ago.
Michael Vick (Virginia Tech) isn't very optimistic he'll be ready for next week's game.
Good news for Giants running back David Wilson (Virginia Tech). It doesn't look like he'll need to have season-ending neck surgery.