So the Cardinals and Seahawks are on their bye week, but the other two NFC West teams will have games tomorrow. The most intriguing game of the weekend might actually involve one of them (I can't remember the last time I said that). The 49ers head up to Detroit to take on the Lions tomorrow in what will surely be a great one.
Before then, let's take a look around the division in this week's NFC West Roundup.
The 49ers are off to a pretty good start when they are on the road against east coast teams.
San Francisco is looking for a little bit more production from their former first round pick.
How will the 49ers' offensive line match up with Ndamukong Suh?
Handling Suh while you are on offense is one thing, but defending Calvin Johnson? That's an entirely different beast.
Josh Morgan is out for the season, but even though he is about to hit free agency, he hopes to return to the Bay Area next year.
Steven Jackson is back on the field, but unfortunately his first test coming back will be against a very good Packers defense.
Why does it seem like there are so many offensive lines in shambles around the league? I am not sure, but the Rams have one. If they don't fix it soon, their prized young quarterback could take the fall for it.
Denver Broncos receiver Brandon Lloyd is the subject of trade rumors. Will the St. Louis Rams be in the mix for his services?
The injury report for the Rams heading into game day.
Drawing some comparisons between this year's Rams and the 2010 Lions. Needless to say, it's a great thing to hear for Cardinals fans.
One of the only reasons Curry was traded is because of the play of rookie K.J. Wright.
Now that Aaron Curry has been traded to the Raiders, Seahawks bloggers and radio hosts are giving their views about what they saw during his time in Seattle.
A good video about whether the Seahawks should trade their young promising receiver Doug Baldwin and some picks for the Bengals' disgruntled (and currently retired) QB, Carson Palmer.
If Tarvaris Jackson is healthy, he is the starter for the Seahawks. This doesn't make a ton of sense to me given what we have seen from Charlie Whitehurst, but who am I to judge?
Some notes on the Seahawks pass rushing abilities.