The Pittsburgh Steelers’ charter flight home following a Sunday night win in Las Vegas made an emergency landing in Kansas City early Monday.
Frank Reich has coached long enough to know his rebuilding and injury-depleted Carolina Panthers had a narrow margin for error while playing at Seattle.
The Bears were already having a bad week before they got to Kansas City. Then it became a whole lot worse.
The Dallas Cowboys arrived in the desert perfect after two dominating games to open the season. But they had a rough week of preparation, losing All-Pro cornerback Trayvon Diggs to an ACL injury he suffered in practice.
Kenneth Walker III rushed for 97 yards and two second-half touchdowns, Jason Myers kicked five field goals, and the Seattle Seahawks pulled away in the second half for a 37-27 win over the Carolina Panthers.
Justin Herbert and Keenan Allen knew just how to attack coordinator Brian Flores’ Minnesota Vikings defense.
The Tennessee Titans haven’t been this bad on offense since they were the Houston Oilers. Derrick Henry was held to 20 yards rushing, quarterback Ryan Tannehill got sacked five times and harassed many more and the Titans were held to just 94 yards in a 27-3 loss to the Cleveland Browns.
Joshua Dobbs threw for a touchdown, James Conner and Rondale Moore ran for scores and the Arizona Cardinals stunned the mistake-prone Dallas Cowboys 28-16.
Patrick Mahomes threw three touchdown passes, two of them to Jerick McKinnon, and the Kansas City Chiefs routed the Chicago Bears 41-10.
New York Jets cornerback Sauce Gardner accused Patriots quarterback Mac Jones of taking things a little too far by hitting him in his “private parts” during New England’s 15-10 victory.
The Jacksonville Jaguars may have gotten too comfortable or too confident. Or both. The Jaguars delivered one of their most disappointing performances in franchise history, a 37-17 stinker against Houston in which they were 7½-point favorites.
Broncos coach Sean Payton called Sunday’s 70-20 loss to the Miami Dolphins embarrassing and something that will be tough to rewatch on tape for the players and coaches.
One week removed from a rousing division victory, the Baltimore Ravens got off to a great start in their effort to open the season at 3-0 for the first time in seven years.
Zach Wilson couldn’t do much against the New England Patriots in a 15-10 loss that was filled with missed opportunities, not enough plays and plenty of boos.
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.
MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. (AP) — The Miami Dolphins scored the most points in a game by an NFL team since 1966, overwhelming the Denver Broncos 70-20 on Sunday behind rookie De’Von Achane’s 203 yards rushing and Tua Tagovailoa’s four touchdown passes, including a no-look shovel-pass.
Taylor Swift took advantage of an invitation from Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce to see Kansas City play the Chicago Bears at Arrowhead Stadium.
Washington Commanders quarterback Sam Howell put up some historic numbers with four interceptions and nine sacks.
Spain is a strong contender to be the next international host of a regular-season NFL game and it could happen as soon as 2024.
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.
New Orleans Saints quarterback Derek Carr being evaluated after hurting his shoulder when he was sacked in the third quarter of an 18-17 loss to the Green Bay Packers.
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.