- "Chudzinski hasn’t changed anything except importance of Browns’ games" (Chronicle-Telegram) - "Rob Chudzinski has been unflappable. Through the series of disruptions in the first nine games of his head coaching career, Chudzinski remained a calm, collected, confident presence to an outside world predicting distraction, disaster and defeats for his young team."
- "Sweeping The Bengals: Can The Browns Pull It Off?" (WFNY) - "The Browns know the blueprint for beating the Bengals. For the first time in a long while, they also have the personnel to execute that game plan. It could mean the first sweep of the Bengals for the Browns since 2002."
- "Browns are an AFC North contender thanks to surprising QB play" (Plain Dealer) - "Suppose someone told you that Jason Campbell would be handing off to Willis McGahee in the Browns' 10th game of the season. That Campbell would be the team's third starting quarterback in 2013. That McGahee would be replacing Trent Richardson, traded after the second game of the season."
- "What You Need to Know Heading into Week 11" (b/r) - "The Cleveland Browns will be fighting for first place in the AFC North when they take on the Cincinnati Bengals Sunday. While they cannot move into a tie with the Bengals, they can give them their fifth loss of the season—the same amount the Browns have."
- "Chiefs WR Bowe arrested on pot, speeding charges" (AP) - "Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Dwayne Bowe was arrested outside Kansas City over the weekend on charges of speeding and possessing marijuana, throwing his status for a pivotal AFC West showdown against the Denver Broncos into question."
- "Aaron Rodgers showing improvement" (AP) - "Injured Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers said Tuesday he never gives up hope on playing, though he is not sure exactly when he will be back on the field."
- "The Week in Overreactions: Have the Eagles found their QB?" (CBS Sports) - "Is Nick Foles legit? It's natural to overreact after watching a quarterback throw 16 touchdowns without an interception against NFL defenses, especially when 10 of those touchdowns came in the last two weeks."
- "John Fox hopes to coach Broncos before end of season" (NFL.com) - "Denver Broncos coach John Fox said late last week that he would gain clearance to return to the sideline 'when the time is right.'"