What can we expect in Patriots-Bills? Which teams could sneak into the playoffs? And who has the most to prove over the final six weeks? Our insiders weigh in.
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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?
Washington has placed kicker Joey Slye on injured reserve because of a hamstring injury and signed Brian Johnson to fill the roster spot, the team announced Tuesday.
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.
— Ron Rivera was left adrift without a kicker and felt like he had to go for it in every situation.
The Ravens moved into the top seed in the AFC, while the Packers and Buccaneers inched closer to the Cardinals in the NFC. Here is the current postseason outlook.
Matt Cassel stops by to talk about the impact Lincoln Riley will have at USC. Plus, why Aaron Rodgers is the leader in the clubhouse to win his 4th MVP and should the Giants go after Russell Wilson this offseason?
When his Kentucky teammate was stricken last year, Davis became a starting linebacker and delivered on his vow to "step up and make him proud."
Washington WR Curtis Samuel and TE Logan Thomas are both expected to return from injury absences and play Monday night against Seattle.
Heading into Week 12, our NFL reporters have the latest updates to key players across the gridiron.
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.
— Taylor Heinicke was by far the lesser-known of the two quarterbacks making their return to Charlotte on Sunday.
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.
Our NFL reporters have the latest injury updates to key players entering the weekend.
Elite edge rushers, stalwart offensive tackles and just a so-so quarterback class. Jordan Reid projects the top 32 picks in April's draft.
Graziano & Fowler predict Week 11 upsets, fantasy sleepers, Cam Newton's future: Latest buzz on what they're hearing
Does Cam Newton have a shot of being the Panthers' starter in 2022? Who will emerge as top seed in the loaded NFC? Our insiders weigh in.
Kevin Byard and the Titans can't wait for the Pats, next week is key for the Daniel Jones and the Giants, while K.C. and Travis Kelce want a rematch with the Chargers.
Washington QB Ryan Fitzpatrick, who suffered a hip subluxation in the season opener, is "trending" toward not returning this season, said coach Ron Rivera.
Washington Football Team head coach Ron Rivera confirmed Chase Young will miss the rest of the season with a leg injury but did not say whether the star defensive end tore his ACL.
The Panthers will give Cam Newton most of the first-team reps in practice this week in anticipation of the quarterback making his first start since his return on Sunday against Washington.
Bucs coach Bruce Arians calls his team dumb after getting upset by Washington. London Fletcher stops by to tell us what happened with the defending Super Bowl Champions and D'Marco Farr looks ahead at Odell Beckham Jr's Rams debut.
Week 10 takeaways, big questions: Blowouts for Pats, Cowboys, Bills, Chiefs; Panthers upset Cardinals
New England, Dallas and Buffalo all scored more than 40 points, but Tampa Bay and Baltimore were upset. And we had a tie! Here's what to know from Week 10.
— An exasperated Tom Brady put his hands on his knees and looked down at the field after his second interception in the first quarter.
|3(19)||Dyami Brown||WR||North Carolina|
|4(19)||John Bates||TE||Boise State|
|7(19)||Shaka Toney||DE||Penn State|