- "Browns have QB quandary" (FS Ohio) - "If the Browns are trying to keep the Patriots guessing this week as to who the starting quarterback will be, they are doing a good job. That's because they don't themselves know who will line up as the starting quarterback this week."
- "Inside the numbers, comparing 2012 and '13" (ESPN) - "The NFL season has reached the three-quarter pole, which is always a good time to compare one season to another. And a look at the numbers from 2012 to 2013 shows in many ways the Browns are the same team they were a year ago after 12 games."
- "Browns’ quarterback mess all front office’s fault" (ABJ) - "Browns coach Rob Chudzinski called his uncertain quarterback situation 'unique' and one he hasn’t been around. That’s because he never worked with Joe Banner and Mike Lombardi before."
- "QB carousel spinning and Rob Chudzinski doesn't know where it stops" (ESPN Cleveland) - "Carousel update: On the first day of the work week to prepare for a game against the New England Patriots, Rob Chudzinski still had no idea who will play quarterback for the Browns on Sunday."
- "Mike Tomlin fined $100K for actions" (ESPN) - "The NFL on Wednesday fined Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin $100,000 for interfering with a kickoff return in Thursday night's game against the Baltimore Ravens."
- "NFL Stock Watch: Late season coaching hot seat watch" (CBS Sports) - "What NFL coaches had the hottest seats before the season started? Most people would've thrown out Ron Rivera, Jim Schwartz and Jason Garrett. How'd that work out?"
- "Darren McFadden, Oakland Raiders headed for divorce?" (NFL.com) - "Three weeks ago, we noted that running back Rashad Jennings' ascension was an ominous sign for Darren McFadden's future with the Oakland Raiders."
- "Game 150: A Week in the Life of an Officiating Crew" (SI.com) - "The MMQB went behind the scenes with NFL referee Gene Steratore and his crew for an unprecedented look at the pressures and responsibilities of the third team on the field on NFL Sundays: the seven men in stripes who enforce the rules."