There’s always something exasperating going on with the Las Vegas Raiders. What happened Sunday isn’t nearly as serious as the recent Chandler Jones saga or the offensive emails that cost Jon Gruden his job.
The Cleveland Browns are limping into their bye week. The first four games left a mark on the team , which lost star running back Nick Chubb and right tackle Jack Conklin in the first two weeks and then played Baltimore without quarterback Deshaun Watson on Sunday.
The straightest path to Minnesota’s first victory was always going to travel through the defense despite all the firepower the Vikings possess on offense.
So much for the offseason narrative of the Buffalo Bills’ window to compete starting to close. Josh Allen and a sturdy defense have so far answered their doubters with a dominating three-game run.
Justin Herbert is not expected to miss any playing time despite having a broken middle finger on his non-throwing hand.
Tampa Bay’s quest for a third straight NFC South title is off to a surprisingly strong 3-1 start. A 26-9 road victory at New Orleans left Baker Mayfield and the Buccaneers alone atop the division heading into a bye week that will give several key players, including star receiver Mike Evans, an oppor
Jets’ Zach Wilson shows critics a glimpse of what he’s capable of doing. Now he needs to do it again
Zach Wilson was confident, comfortable, smart and, after a tough loss, accountable. The New York Jets’ embattled quarterback was everything during a 23-20 loss to Kansas City on Sunday that he has been criticized for not being.
The Tennessee Titans have a lot of new players. Derrick Henry remains the biggest constant for an offense that works best when he runs the ball.
The Washington Commanders are back at .500 after back-to-back losses. They’ve given up 30-plus points in three consecutive games.
The Cincinnati Bengals will need some of the old Joe Burrow magic to rebound from a 1-3 start to the season.
In just four games C.J. Stroud has already brought hope to a team that has been hopeless for three seasons.
Saints coach Dennis Allen is ruling out staff changes as he tries to address the stagnation on offense that has plagued his club during the first four weeks of the season.
The Denver Broncos aren’t basking over finally getting into the win column under coach Sean Payton. There were too many obvious mistakes on video Monday for them to feel too good about themselves.
Buffalo Bills starting cornerback Tre’Davious White will require season-ending surgery to repair a torn right Achilles tendon, coach Sean McDermott announced on Monday.
The Miami Dolphins still have work to do if they want to be the team to beat in the AFC. They’ve shown this season that they can blow out teams and win close games, but they haven’t found a way past the division-rival Buffalo Bills.
Chase Claypool’s exile from the Chicago Bears will continue. It’s the latest issue for a team that’s been mired in turmoil all season.
Cleveland Browns coach Kevin Stefanski said Deshaun Watson was cleared by the team’s medical staff to play Sunday with a bruised right shoulder, but the quarterback made the decision following a brief warmup.
Coach Shane Steichen says the Colts will activate running back Jonathan Taylor from the physically unable to perform list and he could play Sunday against Tennessee.
The Philadelphia Eagles are 4-0 for the second straight season. While they didn’t play up to their 2022 standards in their first three games, they got a performance reminiscent of last year from Jalen Hurts on Sunday.
Carolina Panthers coach Frank Reich raved about the talent in the team’s tight end room during training camp.
Former NFL tight end Russ Francis was killed along with another aviation enthusiast when their single-engine plane crashed shortly after takeoff from an upstate New York airport.
The Jacksonville Jaguars have help on the way for their stalled ground game and short-yardage woes. Veteran left tackle Cam Robinson will return to practice Wednesday following a four-game suspension for violating the NFL’s policy on performance-enhancers.
The Chiefs proved with Sunday night’s win over the New York Jets that they still have some championship attributes, even if they have a whole lot of problems to fix.
A struggling Atlanta Falcons offense has scored only one touchdown in its past two games. It’s no surprise both were losses.
The Pittsburgh Steelers find themselves running in place as they enter October. The Steelers are 2-2 following a blowout loss in Houston.
Dak Prescott and the Dallas Cowboys are still having trouble scoring touchdowns from inside the opponent’s 20-yard line.
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The NFL’s top preseason contenders played like it in the first quarter of the season. Defending champion Kansas City, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Dallas and Buffalo are 17-3 combined.
A livid Robert Saleh stormed down the sideline and shouted at an official as several New York Jets players jumped around on the field in disbelief.
Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs shook off a subpar performance during which they blew a 17-point lead, but held on to defeat the New York Jets 23-20.
Los Angeles Chargers linebacker Khalil Mack set a franchise single-game record with six sacks in a 24-17 victory over the Las Vegas Raiders.