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Vegas currently sees a Patriots-Saints Super Bowl

The folks at the Westgate Superbook have updated their Super Bowl odds. And they currently project a matchup of the New England Patriots and the New Orleans Saints in Super Bowl LIV. The Saints are 7/5 favorites to win the NFC title, and the Patriots are 6/5 favorites to win the AFC Championship. Elsewhere in [more]

Antonio Brown is hoping for a decision “very soon”

Lost in the Myles Garrett and Colin Kaepernick sagas of last week was the fact that Antonio Brown had his interview with the NFL last Thursday in South Florida. Per a source with knowledge of the situation, Brown remains hopeful that a decision will come “very soon.” There’s a sense of optimism from Brown’s perspective [more]

Gary Kubiak: Being a head coach not for me anymore

Gary Kubiak was away from coaching for two years after stepping down as the Broncos head coach after the 2016 season due to health issue, but he returned to take a job as an assistant head coach and offensive advisor on Mike Zimmer’s staff in Minnesota this year. Zimmer called that “probably the best thing [more]

Lamar Jackson becomes the Vegas favorite to win the MVP award

The race for MVP seems to shift and change on a weekly basis. This week, Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson officially has emerged as the favorite. Via David Purdhum of, Caesars Sportsbook has installed Jackson as the 7-5 favorite to win the award. On Sunday, Jackson and the Ravens trounced Deshaun Watson and the Texans, [more]

Vic Fangio: We’ll eventually get it done

Heading into Sunday, no team had blown a halftime lead of more than 20 points since late in the 2014 season. Thanks to the Broncos and Vikings, that counter has been reset. Denver’s 20-0 halftime lead disappeared in the second half and they went down to a 27-23 defeat when three throws into the end [more]

NFC playoff picture: Different week, same view at the top

The NFC playoff picture wasn’t upended when the 49ers, Saints and Cowboys lost games in Week 10, but it did open the door for bigger changes if the teams couldn’t get back on track. Sunday’s games are all in the books and everyone got back on track. All six teams that opened the weekend in [more]

First touchdown made Vikings believe they could win

At halftime of Sunday’s game against the Broncos, Vikings coach Mike Zimmer didn’t rant and rave. He didn’t throw things. He didn’t deliver a fiery speech. As explained by phone to PFT after Minnesota’s improbable come-from-behind victory by Vikings tight end Kyle Rudolph, Zimmer simply told the team: “That’s not us. That’s not good enough. [more]

Vikings teammates followed “calm, cool, collected” Kirk Cousins in comeback win

The Vikings found themselves down 20 points when they got to the locker room at halftime of Sunday’s game against the Broncos and it had been a long time since a team came back to win a game under those circumstances. It last happened in Week 16 of the 2014 season, which is something the [more]

Vikings come back to beat the Broncos

The Vikings aren’t going to make it boring. Sunday, they spotted the Broncos a 20-point lead before they ever bothered playing, but came back for a 27-23 win at home. The win moved them to 8-3 and in good position to make the playoffs, but it came in such fits and starts it is hard [more]

Broncos giving Vikings the business

The Broncos must not have gotten the memo that their season was over. At the moment, they’re thrashing the Vikings 17-0, with a combination of a solid running game, good defense, and a bit of fun. Knowing they can’t put too much on backup quarterback Brandon Allen, the Broncos are mixing it up, running trick [more]

Broncos up 10-0 on the Vikings

The Vikings got a rare prime time win last week, but definitely do not appear to be ready for an early kick today. The Broncos are up 10-0 on the Vikings in the first quarter, after Brandon Allen‘s touchdown pass to Troy Fumagalli. Allen, who won his first start last week against the Browns, isn’t [more]

Week 11 early inactives

Every week we bring you all the inactives from the 1 p.m. ET games in one post, constantly updated with the latest information. Check back to see the full list as it becomes available 90 minutes ahead of kickoff. Falcons at Panthers Falcons: RB Devonta Freeman, TE Austin Hooper, S Kemal Ishmael, DE John Cominsky, [more]

Week 11 injury report roundup

Week 11 of the 2019 NFL season kicked off on Thursday with a win (and a few other things) by the Browns and it continues with 12 more games on Sunday, which means that the 24 teams in those games submitted their final injury reports of the week on Friday. The teams playing on Monday [more]

Broncos take Tim Patrick off injured reserve, put Bryce Callahan on it

The Broncos signed cornerback Bryce Callahan to a three-year contract as a free agent this offseason, but he won’t see the field during the first year of that pact. Callahan has been sidelined by a foot injury all year and the Broncos brought his season to an end on Friday by placing him on injured [more]

Vikings add Josh Doctson to 53-man roster

The Vikings won’t have Adam Thielen at wide receiver for Sunday’s game against the Broncos, but they may have Josh Doctson in uniform for the first time this season. The team announced on Friday that Doctson has been activated from injured reserve and added to the 53-man roster. Doctson resumed practicing with the team in [more]

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