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article September 18, 2017

Two-Win Teams: Real or Fake News?

Not all perfect starts are equal in football, and we are here to parse out the contenders from the pretenders in what's been a strange NFL season so far. Let's examine which 2-0 records are lucky and which actually signify more success to come. More»
Luck-InjuryUpdate article September 16, 2017

Luck Stops Here? QB Status a Mystery

It seems that few people know when Andrew Luck will return to the field, including the quarterback himself. To figure out what will happen next, one must look at the conflicting agendas at work within the Colts organization, which is a mess. More»
AdrianPeterson-Saints-1 article September 12, 2017

AP-O'd? Saints Back Yacks at Coach

Not only did the Saints drop its season opener 29-19 to the Vikings, but it looked like their new running back Adrian Peterson had some harsh words for coach Sean Payton on the sidelines. Could this be a sign of things to come? More»
Elliott-Court article September 9, 2017

Elliott May Play Entire Season

The next stage of a courtroom showdown between the NFL and Ezekiel Elliott unfolded Friday when a federal judge granted a preliminary injunction curtailing a six-game suspension the league imposed on the Cowboys running back. But this is far from over. More»
HuntPats article September 8, 2017

On the Hunt: Chiefs Kareem Pats

Chiefs rookie runner Kareem Hunt took over the NFL's opening night matchup against the New England Patriots on the road, making a name for himself on the national stage. KC beat the Pats, 42-27, with 246 yards and three TDs from Hunt. More»
kelschiefs article September 7, 2017

Chiefs on the Verge of Special Season

The Kansas City Chiefs are a team on the cusp of greatness with an elite defense, great coach and a talented young quarterback waiting in the wings. If they follow the blueprint set by the 2012 San Francisco 49ers, the Chiefs could be Super Bowl contenders. More»
triostheleap article September 6, 2017

3 NFL teams primed to make 'the leap'

If there's one predictable thing about the NFL playoffs it's this: You can't predict them in the preseason. This year should see a few franchises prepared to make a big leap into serious contention: Let's look at three of them. More»
Watt-Charity article August 31, 2017

Star Wattage Helps Harvey Recovery

Houston has been deep in our hearts this week. While sports are only a small portion of the collective narrative, leagues, teams and athletes have all stepped up to play a part in the storm recovery effort, including Texans star J.J. Watt. More»
kizer article August 28, 2017

Kizer Helps the Browns win Now

The Browns' decision to start DeShone Kizer is about more than just the future. The young rookie gives the team its best chance to win now over the likes of Brock Osweiler, Cody Kessler and Kevin Hogan, and there's something to be said for that. More»
ODB-Injury-1 article August 22, 2017

Beckham Bent, Giants Hold Breath

The New York Giants saw star receiver Odell Beckham Jr. depart a preseason game against the Cleveland Browns on Monday after absorbing a vicious hit to the legs. It looks like it's just an ankle sprain, but it still brings concerns. More»
ZekeSuspension article August 11, 2017

Fallen Star: Zeke's 6-Game Suspension

After months of investigating, the NFL has finally made a decision in response to the domestic violence allegations against Ezekiel Elliott: The league suspended the Cowboys' running back for the first six games of the upcoming season. More»
CutlerDolphins article August 7, 2017

Cut Above? Jay's the Man In Miami

Before Jay Cutler could broadcast the first game of his television career, the allure of the NFL has already drawn him back to the playing field. The Dolphins signed the veteran signal-caller to a one-year, $10 million deal. More»
Flacco-Back-Injury article July 30, 2017

Joe's Woes: Will Ravens Get Kaep?

Joe Flacco injured his back before training camp. And, while reports differ on how long he'll be out, the Ravens obviously have concerns. Coach John Harbaugh and team president Dick Cass said Baltimore is considering signing free-agent quarterback Colin Kaepernick. More»
NFLPositionBattles article July 21, 2017

2017 NFL Training Camp Battles

Training camps across the NFL kick into high gear soon. When rookies engage in their first full-contact interaction with veterans, it'll begin the process of awarding roster spots and key roles on every team. Let's see who will duke it out. More»
kaepernick-byrd article July 11, 2017

Best Fits For NFL Free Agents Vets

Months have passed since the hysteria surrounding NFL free agency subsided, and training camp begins soon. But despite ample time, numerous big-name veterans have yet to find a team for the 2017 season. Where should they land? More»
titans article June 30, 2017

All signs point to a Titans breakout

The Tennessee Titans have plenty of reason for optimism thanks to a powerful running game, a developing young quarterback and some key signings in the offseason. With a little more luck and growth, this rebuild could turn into a deep playoff run rather quickly. More»
falcons_panthers article May 31, 2017

The Super Bowl case for Every Team

While the Patriots look like they're destined for yet another Super Bowl appearance, the rest of the league should have reasons for optimism. Here, we look on the bright side and make a case for every NFL team to make the big game. More»
Kizer-Browns article April 29, 2017

Browns: Smartest Guys In the Room?

Don't look now, but the Cleveland Browns are starting to build a contender. After savvy free agent moves, the team selected game-changing defensive player Myles Garrett -- and now may have a franchise QB in DeShone Kizer. More»
DalvinCook1 article April 28, 2017

Fall Guys: 3 Stars Still Undrafted

No draft in any sport plays out as expected, but the NFL's version tends to surprise more often than others. On Thursday, many big names remained on the board after the 32nd pick was announced. Here are three of the most intriguing for Round 2. More»
GettyImages-674174024 article April 28, 2017

Air Bear? Chicago's Trubisky Gamble

It didn't take long for the 2017 NFL Draft to bring the fireworks. In the first trade of the day, the Chicago Bears paid a ransom to the San Francisco 49ers in order to land North Carolina quarterback Mitchell Trubisky at No. 2. Will they regret it? More»

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