There has never been a Super Bowl matchup of accomplished quarterbacks quite like the one coming up next week between Tampa Bay’s Tom Brady and Kansas City’s Patrick Mahomes.
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The NFL, its teams, broadcasters and fans all have learned one thing in 2020: Nothing is certain with the schedule.
Never was that more obvious than in the last two weeks, with the kind of...
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Just like so many Sunday mornings before, Sid Hartman's column was printed in the sports section of the Minneapolis Star Tribune. Then he joined the sports talk show on WCCO AM...
ALAMEDA, Calif. (AP) — Oakland coach Jon Gruden said he should take the blame for Derek Carr's bewildering fourth-down throwaway that ended any slim chance of a Raiders comeback.
Carr's decision to throw the ball at the feet of running back Jalen Richard when no one was open on a fourth-and-5 play in the fourth quarter of a 20-6 loss Sunday to the Los Angeles Chargers summed up Oakland's fifth straight loss.
HOUSTON (AP) — Deshaun Watson is doing things that no rookie quarterback has done in the NFL since Hall of Famer Fran Tarkenton in the 1960s.
Most everyone is wowed by what Watson is doing for the Houston Texans. Everyone, that is, except Watson himself.
"It was a matter of time before somebody ... was going to do it," he said. "So why not me?"
HOUSTON (AP) — The Houston Texans scored a franchise-record 57 points in a win over the Titans on Sunday.
If you ask the players, the best part about that big win is that they believe the team can get much better.
The biggest reason for Houston's success on Sunday was the dynamic play of rookie quarterback Deshaun Watson. The 12th overall pick in this year's draft threw four touchdowns passes and ran for another in his third NFL start.
HOUSTON (AP) — After dealing with a revolving door at quarterback since he was drafted in 2013, Houston's DeAndre Hopkins couldn't hide his glee when asked what it felt like to be a part of the best offensive day in franchise history — thanks to another big game by rookie quarterback Deshaun Watson.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — From Alan Page to Jared Allen, Fran Tarkenton to Teddy Bridgewater, Chuck Foreman to Adrian Peterson, the Minnesota Vikings spent 52 years making a 90-minute drive from the Twin Cities to Mankato for training camp.
The Vikings' proud history of holding camp on the campus of Minnesota State University, Mankato is entering its final days. The team announced Tuesday that this camp will be its last in the college town 90 miles southwest of Minneapolis.