Special teams errors really hurt the Dolphins in the first half.
The Ravens secondary didn’t have its best day on Sunday.
Said Texans DE Antonio Smith of a fumble return for a touchdown wiped out by an official’s errant whistle, “I think I was robbed, because that would’ve been the greatest play ever in my life. It felt good getting in the end zone, especially when I was making those Chris Johnson-type cuts, stiff-arming, then I pull out the 4.5 (speed). It wasn’t 4.2 today. It was just 4.5.”
The Titans had to do a lot of shuffling on their offensive line Sunday.
A look at how the Broncos blew their game open in the third quarter.
Three members of the Raiders secondary left Sunday’s game with concussions.
It was another second half blackout for the Chargers offense.
Said Eagles defensive coordinator Todd Bowles, “We just didn’t make plays. We’re not making plays. It couldn’t have been any simpler this week. We just didn’t make any plays. They executed. We didn’t. Some people are in position, some aren’t. You have to make plays in this game to play it.”
Five questions the Redskins will need to answer on Monday night.
Bears coach Lovie Smith was left second guessing himself after Sunday’s loss.
Bob Wojnowski of the Detroit News laments the fact that the Lions are team that can’t find a way to win.
The Falcons have no complaints about their safety duo.
The Panthers didn’t get many possessions in the second half and didn’t do enough with the ones they did get.
A look back at some interesting stories from Saints history.
Is Sunday’s loss a defining moment for Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt?
The Rams finished the job against the 49ers this time.