- "A six-yard quarter isn't all that uncommon" (ESPN) - "The Browns gained six yards in the third quarter against the Lions. Six. Total. Yards. With no first downs. This might seem uncommon, a rarity, a piece of space jetsam landing in the backyard. But it’s not, and ESPN Stats & Info has the facts to show it isn’t."
- "Lions' Suh faces potential discipline from NFL" (AP) - "Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh is facing potential discipline from the NFL. The league is reviewing Suh's play against Cleveland. Suh led with his helmet when he hit Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden after he threw a pass in Sunday's game."
- "Brandon Weeden should remain the starter" (Plain Dealer) - "Just because Brandon Weeden temporarily lost his mind doesn’t mean you should lose yours, too. If you’re part of the wailing and gnashing aimed at Rob Chudzinski for not turning to Jason Campbell to start against Green Bay, you need to sit down and wait until the fever passes – as Campbell did in the final exhibition game."
- "What You Need to Know Heading into Week 7" (b/r) - "Just as quickly as optimism can be created, it can vanish. The Cleveland Browns' hopes of a playoff run seem like such a distant memory. It only took one bad half of football and one horrendous interception."
- "Report: NFL eyes more Thursday play" (ESPN) - "The Wall Street Journal, citing a person familiar with the league's strategy, reported Tuesday that the league is weighing selling a second slate of Thursday games to a media outlet to pair with its existing 13-game slate on NFL Network."
- "Cardinals’ gamble on Tyrann Mathieu netted them an every-down weapon" (SI.com) - "When the Arizona Cardinals spent a third-round pick on former LSU defensive back Tyrann Mathieu in the 2013 draft, it was seen as a calculated risk at best — and a wasted pick at worst."
- "Terrelle Pryor is building block for Raiders, Allen says" (NFL.com) - "After his impressive performance in the Oakland Raiders' Week 5 victory over the Chargers, we suggested the team brass would initiate discussions about Terrelle Pryor as the quarterback of the future."
- "John Fox shoots back at Colts owner Jim Irsay for ‘disappointing and inappropriate’ comments on Peyton Manning" (Shutdown Corner) - "Well, maybe Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning's return to Indianapolis on 'Sunday Night Football,' won't be all hugs and tears after all."