For the second straight season, the Baltimore Ravens will be watching the playoffs from their homes. After looking like they could win the AFC North, the Ravens struggled down the stretch and missed out on the division and playoffs all together.
The New York Giants are getting ready to face the Green Bay Packers, who is currently the hottest team in the NFL right now. Even thought the Packers have a good winning streak going, they are dealing with multiple injuries on the defensive side of the ball.
Going into their AFC Wild Card game against the Houston Texans, many wondered who would the Oakland Raiders start at quarterback. Matt McGloin was roughed up by the Denver Broncos last Sunday, which led to the Raiders choosing fourth round pick Connor Cook to start this weekend.
At this point, the 49ers are probably the worst organization in the NFC with owner Jed York running the show. As many of you may know, the San Francisco 49ers are now looking for another head coach after firing Chip Kelly.
The Dallas Cowboys are sitting at home with a first round bye as they wait to see who wins the Wild card games this weekend. With the extra week off, the Cowboys can address some lingering issues that have been around since the start of the regular season.
As the Cincinnati Bengals are starting to look at what need to be addressed this offseason, it looks like they have a problem brewing at the quarterback position. While Andy Dalton is locked in as the starter, AJ McCarron is tired of waiting for his chance.
New York Jets wide receiver Brandon Marshall has made it clear that he wants to return to the team in 2017. Marshall saw he numbers take a huge drop this season, which is not good for a guy that is 32 years old.
The Seattle Seahawks are getting ready to host the Detroit Lions Saturday night in one of two NFC Wild Card games. Even though the Seahawks won the NFC West, many thought they were headed towards a first round bye as well.
As many of you may know, LSU’s Leonard Fournette and Stanford’s Christian McCaffrey have been hit with plenty of criticism due to their decision to not play in their bowl games. We have seen tweets from Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott questioning their decision along with one NFL executive calling the two selfish.
On Sunday, the Jacksonville Jaguars fired head coach Gus Bradley a few hours after their loss to the Houston Texans. While many knew that this move was coming, it was very interesting that owner Shad Khan allowed Bradley to fly back to Jacksonville with the team.