The Jets’ running game needs to get better.
As they make roster moves in October, the Dolphins are effectively acknowledging that the roster moves they made in March and April weren’t good enough.
The Patriots avoided running up the middle against the Browns.
The Ravens would like to change the rule on fumbles into the end zone.
The Browns have five former Auburn players.
Bengals defensive coordinator Paul Guenther admits his defense’s performance was “unacceptable” on Sunday.
The Colts think it’s always better to have the bye later in the season, which is why they volunteered to play a game immediately after their trip to London.
The Titans are the favorites to win the AFC South, according to Football Outsiders.
Said Broncos interim head coach Joe DeCamillis of the responsibilities he faces this week, “It hit a little bit today on the drive in, I can tell you that. I think the day before I was a little too tired, a little too irritated after that last game. It’s starting to sink in. It’s a big responsibility, there’s a lot of people depending on you, you don’t want to let anybody down.”
Despite the Raiders’ 4-1 record, they’re not near the top in most NFL power rankings.
The Eagles added some players to the practice squad.
The Bears brought back a practice squad player.
The Lions hope their defense can stop a struggling Rams offense.
The Vikings’ defense is allowing just 4.4 yards per play, best in the NFL.
The Falcons flew straight from Denver to Seattle and are practicing there this week in preparation for Sunday’s game against the Seahawks.
Panthers G.M. Dave Gettleman is taking criticism for the team’s 1-4 start.
The Seahawks think their bye week helped them heal.
Cardinals coach Bruce Arians says he won’t give up on a receiver over dropped passes.
Said 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick, “I think I’ve always been happy, but more than anything, I’m comfortabl. I’m at peace with myself, with my relationships and with everything that’s going on in my life.”
Los Angeles has been pleased with how many Rams fans are taking public transportation to the games.