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Carson Wentz leads NFL in interceptions, fumbles, sacks

Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz has melted down this season. No one is making more bad plays than Wentz. Wentz leads the NFL in interceptions, fumbles and sacks this year, an ugly indication of how badly he has played. Wentz has thrown 14 interceptions, while no one else in the NFL has thrown more than 11 [more]

Trent Williams tested positive for COVID-19

49ers left tackle Trent Williams was placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list last week for the second time this season and he revealed that a positive test was the reason for this move. Williams missed a Thursday night loss to the Packers after landing on the list as a close contact of wide receiver Kendrick Bourne. [more]

Matt Patricia “trying to get ready for Houston” amid job security questions

The Lions fell to 4-6 on the season and head coach Matt Patricia fell to 13-28-1 over his tenure in Detroit in Sunday’s 20-0 loss to the Panthers. Carolina had lost five straight games before Sunday and they had P.J. Walker making his first NFL start at quarterback, which only added to the ignominy of [more]

Bruce Arians won’t be taking over offensive playcalling

Coaches coach, players play, and Bucs coach Bruce Arians sees more issues with the latter than the former in Tampa Bay. Asked whether he’d consider taking over playcalling duties after Monday night’s 27-24 loss to the Rams, Arians said that offensive coordinator Byron Leftwich will continue to handle those responsibilities. “I thought [Leftwich] called a [more]

Tom Brady “disappointed” by inefficient performance Monday night

After Matt Gay’s field goal put the Rams up 27-24, the Buccaneers got the ball back with 2:36 on the clock and Tom Brady playing quarterback. That scenario is a new one for the Bucs, but it has been a fruitful one for Brady over the years. It was not to be on Monday night, [more]

Mike McCarthy smashed watermelons with sledgehammer to fire up Cowboys

In search of a way to motivate his team ahead of last weekend’s game against the Minnesota Vikings, Dallas Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy elected to murder some produce to provide a spark. According to Clarence Hill Jr. of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, McCarthy packed a sledgehammer and an assortment of watermelons for the team’s [more]

Matt Gay on kicking game-winner against former team: “You can’t write it”

The first game Matt Gay appeared in this season after being released by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in September just so happened to be against his former team. The newest kicker for the Los Angeles Rams ended up delivering a 40-yard field goal with less than three minutes to play that served as the game-winning [more]

Monday Night Football: Jared Goff throws 3 TDs as Rams earn 27-24 victory over Bucs

Jared Goff threw for 376 yards and three touchdowns and Matt Gay converted a 40-yard field goal with 2:36 remaining as the Los Angeles Rams took the lead in the NFC West standings with a 27-24 victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Monday night. Jordan Fuller intercepted Tom Brady twice with the second coming [more]

NFL Playoff Picture: AFC & NFC standings after Week 11

The Steelers remain the NFL’s only unbeaten team, the Packers are in the lead for the top seed in the NFC, and the wild card race is wide-open in the AFC but more settled in the NFC. Here’s how the playoff picture looks after Week 11: AFC 1. Steelers (10-0) One-game lead for home-field advantage. [more]

Seahawks place Greg Olsen on injured reserve, promote Damon Harrison

The Seattle Seahawks have placed tight end Greg Olsen on injured reserve after he sustained a ruptured plantar fascia in his left foot in Thursday night’s victory over the Arizona Cardinals. In Olsen’s place, the team promoted defensive tackle Damon “Snacks” Harrison to their active roster after playing the last two games for the team [more]

Cooper Kupp, Robert Woods have Rams leading Bucs 17-14 at halftime

The Buccaneers and Rams have two of the best defenses in the league. The Rams rank first in yards allowed and the Bucs third. The offenses, though, are showing them no respect. The teams combined for 31 points and 355 yards in the first half, with the Rams taking a 17-14 lead into the locker [more]

Seahawks will not allow fans for next two home games

The Seahawks announced Monday they will play without fans in attendance for their next two home games. The team hosts the Giants on Dec. 6 and the Jets on Dec. 13. “Due to the current case counts of COVID-19 in our state, we will continue playing without fans in attendance at our home games on [more]

Robert Woods, Mike Evans trade touchdowns on Monday Night Football

Practicing at night didn’t get the Buccaneers off to a faster start. Of course, the Bucs are playing against the league’s top-ranked defense in yards allowed. The Bucs took the opening kickoff and punted after only six plays and 16 yards. They had better success on their second drive but not before falling behind 7-0. [more]

Matthew Stafford limited in Monday’s estimated practice report

Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford played with a right thumb injury Sunday. After completing 18 of 33 passes for 178 yards, Stafford said his thumb “felt pretty good.” The Lions list him as limited in Monday’s estimated practice in advance of Thursday’s game against the Texans. Stafford was able to practice on Thursday and Friday of [more]

Ali Marpet among Buccaneers’ inactives

Offensive guard Ali Marpet was doubtful for Monday Night Football, so it’s no surprise he is among the Buccaneers’ inactives. AQ Shipley will start at center again this week with center Ryan Jensen replacing Marpet. Marpet still has not fully recovered from a concussion he was diagnosed with against the Giants three weeks ago. Quarterback [more]

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