The nightmare season for the Chicago Bears took another hit after losing to the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday. The Bears dominated the Jaguars for most of this game, but only scored one touchdown and kept settling for field goals.
Seven weeks into the NFL season, things are not going well for one defending division champion right now. Even though they sit atop the AFC South, the Houston Texans have not been the team many expected them to be this season.
On Sunday afternoon, the Seattle Seahawks hosted the Atlanta Falcons in what could be a playoff preview down the road. One of the main storylines in this game was the matchup between wide receiver Julio Jones and defensive back Richard Sherman.
On Sunday afternoon, the New England Patriots took care of business against the struggling Cincinnati Bengals. Towards the end of the game, there were some fireworks involving tight end Rob Gronkowski and linebacker Vontaze Burfict.
Jim Nantz has thoughts about all the protests that are happening around the NFL during the national anthem. He shared those thoughts with Phil Simms during a recent Thursday night game, but Simms wasn’t the only person that could hear them.
Skip Bayless spent Wednesday doing what he does every week day: spouting off takes on his FS1 show Undisputed and on Twitter. The subject of the takes was Dez Bryant and the premise was of course outlandish.
On Sunday, the Philadelphia Eagles will face-off with the Washington Redskins in a NFC East showdown. Which means, wide receiver DeSean Jackson will have another chance to stick it to the team that cut him back in 2014.
Tom Brady, along with Buffalo Bills head coach Rex Ryan and Washington State head coach Mike Leach, supports Donald Trump. Brady openly supported Trump back in December 2015 and even called him “a good friend”. But as the campaign season has rolled along and Trump has been criticized more and more, Brady has decided to […]
Randy Moss is 39 years old and hasn’t played in a NFL game since 2012. Since then, Moss has found a home in NFL studio shows first with FOX and now with ESPN.
The Miami Dolphins dropped to 1-4 after getting dominated by the Tennessee Titans on Sunday to the tune of 30-17. Quarterback Ryan Tannehill, as he’s done all season, struggled mightily.