Bills WR Robert Woods made the Jets pay for single coverage.
The Dolphins have had some bad luck.
Patriots QB Tom Brady and Packers QB Aaron Rodgers have never started against each other, until Sunday.
The latest “Fire John Idzik” billboard tells Woody Johnson to sell the Jets if he’s not going to make a wholesale change.
The Ravens’ Monday night win gives their playoff hopes a shot in the arm.
Cincinnati needs OT Marshall Newhouse to step up in place of OT Andre Smith.
The Browns have a meaningful game with the Bills in late November. Who saw that coming?
Steelers coach Mike Tomlin says the team just needs to take care of business: “If we do what we need to do on a week-in and week-out basis in terms of our business in our stadium, then it’s not going to be required that we look around. We play some significant people moving forward.”
Texans DE J.J. Watt delivered some pizza to Houston police officers and firefighters.
Will running woes plague the Colts in the playoffs?
Jaguars coach Gus Bradley bristled at questions about whether his assistant coaches are getting the job done.
Members of the Titans are volunteering to feed the homeless this Thanksgiving.
Said Broncos coach John Fox of getting LB Danny Trevathan back from a knee injury, “We won’t give him a lot of work because we’re not getting him game ready yet. He hasn’t played football for a while. He will participate in individual drills and probably some scout-team work just to get him back into playing shape.”
The Chiefs added DL Nick Williams to the active roster to replace S Eric Berry.
Said Raiders coach Tony Sparano of FB Marcel Reece, “The thing that I’ve noticed is that he’s a guy who, when given the opportunity to run the football, makes yards that way, no matter when.”
The Chargers helped get 1,000 people to donate blood in San Diego.
Said Cowboys coach Jason Garrett of Eagles coach Chip Kelly’s fast-paced offense, “It certainly challenges you. It’s different than what the NFL has seen for a number of years, but it’s been in place here for a little bit. You have to be ready to play an up-tempo style of offense and you have to be able to get yourself lined up and play sound defense against it.”
Eagles QB Mark Sanchez and Cowboys QB Tony Romo are both hoping to re-shape their reputations with a run to the playoffs this year.
Here’s a look at some of the Giants who should be part of the franchise’s future.
Is Jay Gruden doing what Dan Snyder hired him to do?
Bears DE Willie Young is excited to return to Detroit.
His numbers are way down, but Lions WR Calvin Johnson says he’s the same guy he’s been for years.
As the Packers prepare for the Patriots on Sunday, are they also preparing for their Super Bowl opponent?
A bum knee is bad news for Vikings LT Matt Kalil.
The Falcons are leading a historically awful division.
It may be Amini Silatolu’s turn at right tackle for the Panthers.
If the Saints get to six wins, is that enough to get to the playoffs?
Buccaneers QB Josh McCown says the defense played well enough to win on Sunday.
Said Cardinals coach Bruce Arians of his rookie defensive lineman, “Josh Mauro would have gotten a game ball if we would have won the game. He played his tail off, stout at the point of attack. Really, really nice surprise.”
Rams WR Stedman Bailey is finally emerging as a part of the passing game.
The 49ers say they’re not seeking revenge against the Seahawks on Thanksgiving.
The Seahawks have generally kept 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick from using his big arm to his advantage.