Injuries have had a huge impact on this season, so NFL Nation is taking a look at the health of every team as we move into December.
- 8/14W 20-13
- 8/21L 41-15
- 8/28W 27-24
- 9/12L 34-14
- 9/19W 20-17
- 9/26L 26-6
- 10/3W 24-14
- 10/10W 20-9
- 10/17L 24-14
- 10/24L 38-3
- 10/31L 33-22
- 11/8L 29-27
- 11/21L 16-13
- 11/25W 16-14
- 12/5L 33-22
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Updated Power Rankings: Are the Cardinals the NFL's best team? Plus, players who need to improve ASAP
OBJ wants to prove he's still a marquee guy, Zach Wilson is looking for momentum in New York and Jessie Bates III hopes for a big finish to his contract year.
Week 13 takeaways, big questions: Kyler Murray's return sparks Cards, Lions get first win and Ravens fall
Arizona rolled to a win with Kyler Murray and DeAndre Hopkins back, while the Colts' defense kept Houston off the board. Oh, and the Lions won! Here's what to know from Week 13.
— Kyler Murray was in prime position following an interception on the game's opening possession. He fumbled his first snap.
Kyler Murray is back. And winter looks are part of the fashion statements being made for Week 13.
Getting healthy just in time for the stretch run to the postseason, the Cardinals got quarterback Kyler Murray and wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins back for Sunday's game against the Bears.
Chicago Bears veteran quarterback Andy Dalton will start instead of rookie Justin Fields (ribs) on Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals, head coach Matt Nagy announced on Friday.
The Cowboys pick up a much needed win over the Saints on TNF...but are you still concerned? Justin Fields practices but his status is still uncertain vs. the Cardinals on Sunday. Dan Graziano joins to talk about AB's suspension and more...
Pro Football Focus picked out the top players who are in their second NFL seasons. Who is the best at every position, including a tough call at QB?
Coaches are going for it more on fourth, and they're getting better at it. Which coaches are best and what was your team's most important fourth down?
Confidence in Trevor Lawrence and the Jaguars is falling, but we're feeling better about Nick Bosa and the 49ers and Mac Jones and the surging Patriots.
The Packers showed they might be the best in the NFC, the Patriots blew out the Titans and the Buccaneers beat the Colts in the final minute. Here's what to know from Week 12.
Dan Hampton, a star on the Bears' defensive line and a Hall of Famer, was arrested Nov. 20 on a charge of operating a vehicle while intoxicated.
Jones has the Patriots on a roll while some other rookie QBs are struggling. NFL Nation assesses all 10 first-year signal callers, and looks at what's ahead.
The guys discuss if the Bears or Giants GM/head coaching jobs are better...then play Take Your Pick for the final games of Week 12. Ed Werder joins to talk about the Cowboys loss to the Raiders on Thanksgiving day.
The guys discuss the Bears win over the Lions and if Detroit should be looking for a new QB. The Cowboys are in trouble if Zeke can't get healthy. We play Four Downs to preview the biggest NFL matchups this weekend. Harry Douglas joins to react to yesterday's Thanksgiving games.
Keyshawn is joined by Freddie Coleman and Chris Canty today. The guys react to the Cowboys' loss to the Raiders on Thanksgiving Day and all the penalties that were called in that game...and the Bears getting a win against the Lions and why it won't change the fate of Matt Nagy. Dan Graziano joins for some Hot News or Not News.
Bears coach Matt Nagy praised his players for putting aside a tumultuous week amid a report about his job status to beat the Lions on a last-second field goal on Thanksgiving.
— Matt Nagy still has a job and perhaps his team has a shot to salvage its season.
Matt Nagy's future in Chicago looks bleak. Jeff Dickerson & Adam Schefter join Freddie to talk about the future in Chicago. Freddie also plays Real or Not Real.
With rumors swirling leading up to the Thanksgiving game in Detroit, chairman George McCaskey addressed the Chicago Bears on Wednesday, saying coach Matt Nagy would not be fired after the holiday contest, sources told ESPN, confirming an earlier report.