Heading into Week 12, our NFL reporters have the latest updates to key players across the gridiron.
- 8/12W 22-13
- 8/19W 35-0
- 8/29W 22-20
- 9/12L 17-16
- 9/19W 25-6
- 9/26L 28-13
- 10/3L 19-17
- 10/10W 25-22
- 10/17L 35-29
- 10/24W 54-13
- 10/31W 27-24
- 11/7W 24-6
- 11/14W 45-7
- 11/18W 25-0
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- 12/26h:mm a z, US/Eastern
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The Raiders moved a step closer to the playoffs, while the Bills jumped into the AFC East's top seed. Here is the current postseason outlook after Thursday's trio of games.
Freddie Coleman filling in for the guys...Mike Tannenbaum joins him. How much pressure are the Bills feeling with the Patriots taking the lead in the AFC East? Baker Mayfield & Aaron Rodgers both battling through injuries...how effective will they be the rest of the season?
De'Vondre Campbell and Cordarrelle Patterson have been terrific free-agency finds, while the Chiefs have two rookies on the list.
Most people take their Thanksgiving side dishes seriously. Patriots linebacker Matthew Judon doesn't want macaroni and cheese anywhere near his table. He might be wrong about that.
The NFL has made changes to its schedule, flexing out the Sunday night game in Week 13 and moving two games to Saturday in Week 15.
Leon Lett's Thanksgiving blunder will go down in history, Josh Allen had a breakout on Turkey Day, while Barry Sanders was must-see holiday TV for a decade.
'All right, babe,' Julian Edelman narrates Tom Brady-Gronk conversation and more moments from Week 11 of ManningCast
The ManningCast brought it in Week 11. From Julian Edelman's Tom Brady impression to Bill Parcells, Condoleezza Rice and Kevin Hart chirping at Peyton and Eli, here are the best moments from their Giants-Bucs broadcast.
The Patriots jumped the Bills in the AFC East, the Cardinals extended their NFC West lead and the Titans stayed atop the AFC despite a loss. Here is the current postseason outlook.
"He knows the end zone All Too Well." The NFL joined the Patriots, Bills and Gillette Stadium in paying homage to Taylor Swift's release of "Red (Taylor's Version)" with a little help from Colts RB Jonathan Taylor.
Let's overreact to NFL Week 11: Worry about the Cowboys? Who is the AFC's best team? Should Baker be shut down?
Dallas dropped a road game to an AFC contender, while New England moved into first place in its division.
Colts running back Jonathan Taylor scored five times in a win over the Bills, and the Packers and Titans both took unexpected losses. Here's what to know from Week 11.
Mac Jones and the Patriots picked up a huge win on Thursday Night Football, extending their winning streak. Also, ESPN NFL Draft Expert Mel Kiper joins the show to talk about which QB's teams will be looking for in the draft this year. Plus, Former Cowboys Guard & 3x Super Bowl Champion Nate Newton previews Cowboys vs. Chiefs.
What is the Patriots & Buccaneers meet in the Super Bowl? Rob Ninkovich joins the show to talk about that and more. Also, the guys go through the 5 biggest games of the weekend in Four Down. Plus, Take It or Shake It!
Mac Jones & the Patriots picked up a big win over the Falcons on Thursday Night Football. Matt Nagy doesn't like taunting because it's a bad influence on children. How hot is his seat? Also, which QB situation is better: the Eagles or Giants? Plus, ESPN NFL Reporter Dan Graziano joins the guys to talk about Antonio Brown's alleged fake vaccine card.
There are a handful of current teams with elite triple-threats at wide receiver. Football Outsiders help us ranks the best of all time.
3 quarterbacks, 4 interceptions, 0 points - NFL Twitter reacts to Falcons' nightmarish performance against Patriots
The Atlanta Falcons were shutout at home, and every quarterback threw and interception against the New England Patriots, which led to reactions across the NFL.
— Led by a defense that is downright nasty, the New England Patriots are suddenly playing with the swagger of their Tom Brady years.
Edelman was part of the New England team that rallied from down 28-3 in Super Bowl LI to beat the Falcons. He won't be playing Thursday, but was ready to show off how he'll be watching the game.
4x Super Bowl Champion Charlie Weis joins the show to talk about the Jets decision to go with Joe Flacco, and the progression of Mac Jones. Plus, Real or Not Real on which Coach/QB combinations can lead their teams to a Super Bowl.
The coordinator has a knack for bringing the best out of quarterbacks and is clicking with the rookie Jones, who has the Patriots on a roll.