The Pittsburgh Steelers showed everyone just how good they are Monday night defeating the Washington Redskins 38-16. Ben Roethlisberger threw for 300 yards and three touchdowns in a game that they did pretty much want they wanted in.
If you don’t know by now, the Cincinnati Bengals and the Pittsburgh Steelers will renew their rivalry at Heinz Field this Sunday. As expected, there are some Bengals players who still haven’t gotten over their Wild Card loss to the Steelers last January.
The Arizona Cardinals were heavy favorites against a New England Patriots team that was missing quarterback Tom Brady and tight end Rob Gronkowski. But somehow, the Cardinals found a way to lose the game which caused general manager Steve Keim to speak out.
On Sunday, the Miami Dolphins came really close to knocking of the Seattle Seahawks but fell just a bit short. One of the main story lines going into that game was about the status of running back Jay Ajayi.
This reincarnation of the Cleveland Browns was supposed to be different. They hired Hue Jackson as the new head coach that would finally right the ship in Cleveland. They hired a baseball GM to run their football operation, which NFL GMs laughed about, as a zig while the rest of the league was zagging. And […]
Tennessee Titans linebacker Avery Williamson caused quite the stir on Sunday when he decided to wear custom cleats to honor 9/11 victims. While none of us had a problem with Williamson’s cleats, there are some who believe that the NFL will eventually fine him for wearing them.
There are many who think the Washington Redskins will once again win the NFC East. But they definitely didn’t off to a great start against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
The Buffalo Bills got off to a rocky start on Sunday after losing their season opener to the Baltimore Ravens. With the New York Jets on deck this Thursday, the Bills are pretty concerned about the health of wide receiver Sammy Watkins.
The Cleveland Browns have announced that they are placing quarterback Robert Griffin III on injured reserve.
Philadelphia Eagles rookie quarterback Carson Wentz led the Eagles to a 29-10 win over the Cleveland Browns on Sunday. Wentz had a solid debut going 22 for 37 for 278 yards, two touchdowns and a QBR of 66.1.