- "Defensive line has a big day in Dallas" (Plain Dealer) - "The Browns have waited all season to get their defensive line healthy. On Sunday against Dallas, the unit was intact, engaged and marauding. Just ask Tony Romo. The Browns sacked the Cowboys' quarterback seven times in their 23-20 overtime loss. It's the best output since recording eight against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Dec. 10, 2009."
- "Weeden, offense still looking to finish" (Beacon Journal) - "Browns rookie quarterback Brandon Weeden thought he threw the first game-winning touchdown pass of his NFL career when he hit tight end Benjamin Watson with a strike in the end zone late in the fourth quarter Sunday evening at Cowboys Stadium. However, Weeden was wrong."
- "Joe Banner digging in to fix team" (AP) - "As Joe Banner goes from meeting to meeting and decides what may be necessary to bring championships to Cleveland, the Browns new CEO wrestles with conflicting emotions. He’s knows change can be painful. He also knows it’s usually essential. This isn’t easy."
- "Jarvis Jones emerging as No. 1 prospect" (WFNY) - "The Browns are 2-7. Although hope was high after the first win of the season just a few weeks back over the Bengals, pessimism has slid back into the minds of the Cleveland football fans."
- "Rob Gronkowski breaks forearm" (ESPN) - "New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski broke his forearm at the end of the team's 59-24 rout of the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday, a team source confirmed to ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter."
- "LeSean McCoy suffers concussion" (AP) - "Eagles running back LeSean McCoy left Philadelphia's 31-6 loss to the Washington Redskins in the fourth quarter with a concussion."
- "Eagles players see writing on the wall for Andy Reid" (PFT) - "The Eagles got blown out of the building by the Redskins on Sunday, a result that was bad news for coach Andy Reid."
- "Bart Scott attempts to lead teammates in media boycott after Jets win" (SI.com) - "From the 'We can only imagine what would have happened if the Jets lost' file …"