Today in Sports, September 29 - Shaun Alexander scores an NFL-record five touchdowns in the first half
Today in Sports - Week Ahead, September 29 - October 5, 2 Takes
Today in Sports - Week Ahead, September 29 - October 5, Take 2
The Denver Broncos returned to work Wednesday looking ahead to their trip to Chicago this weekend for their basement brawl between winless teams and not behind at their historic 70-20 loss at Miami.
Ezekiel Elliott is set for a Dallas homecoming when his New England Patriots visit the Cowboys. Elliott figures there will be emotions when he returns to the place where he was a star for seven seasons alongside quarterback Dak Prescott.
Kyle Shanahan grew up around the NFL following his father from stop to stop on the coaching carousel before getting on it himself so he knows full well how rare it is to have a long stay at one spot.
Las Vegas Raiders management made some notable changes in trying to respond to last season’s 6-11 record.
Saints star running back Alvin Kamara says he feels physically as fresh as if he were in college again as he returns from his three-game suspension.
The Buffalo Bills’ defensive front has been pretty solid so far this season even without injured pass rusher Von Miller.
The Giants’ Daniel Jones struggled last week and now has struggled twice in three weeks. Still, those two games came against two of the best defenses in the NFL, and he was the QB1 (31.7 points) the one week he didn’t play Dallas or San Francisco.
Tua Tagovailoa’s leadership growth has been notable so far this season. He is leading a Dolphins offense that ranks first in the league in several major offensive categories, including points (43.3), total yards (550.3), yards rushing (188.3) and yards passing per game (362.0).
Robert Saleh still believes in Zach Wilson. The embattled starting quarterback’s teammates insist they do, too.
The winless Minnesota Vikings have had trouble hanging onto the ball with an NFL-high nine turnovers and a handful of other drops.
It admittedly took Calvin Ridley “a couple days” to get over the worst performance of his NFL career. Two dropped touchdown passes. Two false start penalties.
The Tennessee Titans made a bunch of moves this offseason all designed to boost an offense that was one of the NFL’s worst in 2022.
Nate Landman, who came to Atlanta two years ago as an undrafted free agent, suddenly is the Falcons starting inside linebacker for Sunday’s game against Jacksonville in London.
The Detroit Lions are going back to Lambeau Field for the first time since ending Aaron Rodgers’ career in Green Bay. The Packers look just fine with Jordan Love.
Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson is dealing with a sore right throwing shoulder but is expected to play Sunday when Cleveland hosts the Baltimore Ravens.
The hits keep coming but so do the fantasy windfalls, and this week’s group of TD specialists could cure what ails.
Tackle Ronnie Stanley and center Tyler Linderbaum have returned to practice for the Baltimore Ravens in what could be a big boost to their offensive line.
The Pittsburgh Steelers are laughing off their unexpected detour to Kansas City. The team spent several hours on the tarmac at Kansas City International Airport after their charter flight back from Las Vegas had to be grounded due to an oil pressure issue.
The Detroit Lions knocked the Green Bay Packers out of playoff contention the previous time they visited Lambeau Field.
Carolina Panthers rookie quarterback Bryce Young was a full participant at practice on Wednesday and is now trending toward playing on Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings, according to coach Frank Reich.
The Detroit Lions and Green Bay Packers face off for the early NFC North lead Thursday night at Lambeau Field.
Kansas City tight end Travis Kelce calls Taylor Swift’s appearance at the Chiefs’ victory over the Chicago Bears bold but wants to remain private about any relationship with the superstar singer.
Indianapolis Colts quarterback Anthony Richardson is expected to return to practice Wednesday, taking the next step to clear the concussion protocol.
Jacksonville Jaguars receiver Zay Jones is a long shot to play against Atlanta at Wembley Stadium in London on Sunday.
Today in Sports, September 28 - Norm Van Brocklin throws for an NFL-record 554 yards in a game
The NFL has added games in Germany and has its eye on Spain. So it’s easy to overlook old standby Britain.
The records kept getting set almost as fast as the Miami Dolphins scored last week against the Denver Broncos.