The Atlanta Falcons were confident they would be able to move the ball on the Detroit Lions. After a 20-6 loss, they still felt the same way.
Justin Herbert passed for 405 yards and three touchdowns for Los Angeles and the Chargers kept Kirk Cousins and the Minnesota Vikings out of the end zone twice in the last 3 minutes to preserve a 28-24 victory.
Matt Gay capped a terrific day of kicking with a 53-yard field goal in overtime, giving the Indianapolis Colts a 22-19 victory over the Baltimore Ravens.
The Miami Dolphins scored the most points in a game by an NFL team since 1966, overwhelming the Denver Broncos 70-20 behind rookie speedster De’Von Achane’s 203 yards rushing and Tua Tagovailoa’s no-look shovel-pass TD.
Jordan Love rallied Green Bay from a 17-point, fourth-quarter deficit in his first career home start as the Packers won 18-17 over the New Orleans Saints.
Mac Jones threw a touchdown pass, Matt Judon had a late safety and the New England Patriots extended their winning streak over the New York Jets to 15 games with an ugly 15-10 victory.
Fullback Andrew Beck fumbled a kickoff and then broke five tackles during an 85-yard return for a touchdown — one of several special teams gaffes by Jacksonville — and the Houston Texans stunned the Jaguars 37-17 Sunday to give coach DeMeco Ryans his first victory.
Jared Goff threw a tiebreaking 45-yard touchdown pass to Sam LaPorta early in the second quarter, sending the Detroit Lions to a 20-6 victory over the Atlanta Falcons.
Myles Garrett, Cleveland’s defense devour Titans, Deshaun Watson has 2 TD passes in Browns’ 27-3 win
Myles Garrett sacked quarterback Ryan Tannehill 3 1/2 times and fronted a Cleveland defense that limited Tennessee to 94 yards as the Browns rolled to a 27-3 win over the Titans.
The Buffalo Bills showed again they deserve to be among the NFL’s elite by routing the Washington Commanders 37-3.
Saints quarterback Derek Carr left the game against the Green Bay Packers with a shoulder injury after getting sacked in the third quarter of New Orleans’ game on Sunday.
The last thing Joe Burrow saw in Super Bowl 56 was Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald slinging him to the ground to seal a 23-20 win for Los Angeles.
The New York Jets did some shuffling with the big boys up front on the offensive line for their game against the New England Patriots.
Mike Evans is flattered whenever his accomplishments as a football player are compared to some of the greatest receivers in NFL history.
Los Angeles Chargers cornerback J.C. Jackson was a surprise scratch for the game at Minnesota. He was not listed on the injury report this week.
The Green Bay Packers will be missing four usual starters on offense as well as one of their top defensive players when they open their home schedule Sunday against the New Orleans Saints.
Today in Sports, September 25 - Jerry Rice has his 51st 100-yard receiving game, breaks Don Maynard’s NFL record
The Baltimore Ravens have elevated running backs Melvin Gordon III and Kenyan Drake from the practice squad to help their beleaguered backfield.
New Orleans Saints defensive end Carl Granderson has signed a four-year contract extension. The extension is worth up to $52 million with about $35 million guaranteed.
Cleveland Browns star running back Nick Chubb is believed to have suffered only a torn medial collateral ligament in his left knee, which is an injury that should not be career-threatening.
The New York Jkets placed left tackle Duane Brown on injured reserve. The move leaves quarterback Zach Wilson without his starting blindside blocker against the New England Patriots.
Joe Burrow has been listed as questionable by the Cincinnati Bengals for their Monday night game against the Los Angeles Rams.
Miami Dolphins wide receiver Jaylen Waddle will miss Sunday’s game against the Denver Broncos after being ruled out with a concussion.
The Chicago Bears have ruled out safety Eddie Jackson for Sunday’s game at Kansas City because of a foot injury.
The Houston Texans have placed cornerback Derek Stingley Jr. on the injured reserve with a hamstring injury and said Saturday left tackle Laremy Tunsil won’t travel to Jacksonville because of a knee injury.
Today in Sports, September 24 - Washington ends Miami’s NCAA College Football-record home winning streak at 58
Much of the typical team-switching stress for an NFL player will be irrelevant this week for Cam Akers.
The winless Denver Broncos will be without two key defenders Sunday in Miami when they face the unbeaten Dolphins and quarterback Tua Tagovailoa.
Quarterback Joe Burrow was back in practice ahead of Monday’s nights game against the Los Angeles Rams.
Three straight wins with 30 points scored in each game is just the kind of start the San Francisco 49ers wanted to have this year after being forced to climb out of early holes the past two years.
Lawn mowers and other equipment valued at around $100,000 have been stolen from a parking lot at Soldier Field, home to the Chicago Bears.