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PFT’s Week 13 2022 NFL awards

The stretch run is coming, one week at a time.And to cap every remaining week, we’ll have out some awards.You know the routine by now. Five winners. Plenty of other deserving finalists.Here we go.Offensive player of the week: Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow.Superman has Kryptonite, and Patrick Mahomes has Joe Burrow.The Bengals quarterback now has beaten [more]

Which teams may make a claim for Baker Mayfield?

The Panthers released quarterback Baker Mayfield on Monday. All teams have until 4:00 p.m. ET on Tuesday to make a waivers claim for the balance of Mayfield’s contract.It’s five games, at a total financial investment of $1.349 million.There are three categories of teams that could be interested. One, teams that would want him to play [more]

Week 14 NFL playoff picture: Buccaneers take big step toward winning NFC South

Someone has to win the NFC South, and after Monday night, it will almost certainly be the Buccaneers.The 6-6 Bucs haven’t had a good season, but their 17-16 comeback win over the Saints on Monday night gives them a 1.5-game lead over the Falcons in the NFC South, and the Bucs also have the tiebreaker [more]

Report: Tyler Larsen dislocates kneecap

Commanders center Tyler Larsen dislocated his right kneecap in Sunday’s game, Ben Standig of reports.The injury could end Larsen’s season, Standig adds.A year ago, Larsen’s season ended after nine games with an Achilles injury.Larsen played nine games with eight starts this season. He was carted to the training room after 68 snaps Sunday. Nick [more]

Ron Rivera on Chase Young: I’m pretty optimistic going forward for next week

Commanders defensive end Chase Young returned to practice at the beginning of November, but still has not played a game.He was questionable for Sunday’s matchup against the Giants, though was reportedly a “longshot” to play — and he didn’t.Head coach Ron Rivera was asked about Young’s progress in his return from a torn ACL and [more]

NFL flexes Giants-Commanders to Sunday night in Week 15

The NFL made several announcements for the Week 15 schedule on Monday afternoon, including moving the season’s second matchup between the Giants and Commanders into a national viewing window.The Patriots and Raiders game has been flexed out of Sunday Night Football in favor of the NFC East contest. New England and Las Vegas will now [more]

Week 13 NFL playoff picture: Buccaneers can take commanding lead in NFC South

Tonight’s game between the Buccaneers and Saints matches up two teams with losing records, but it still has major playoff implications.The Bucs are already in first place in the NFC South, but a win would give them a commanding lead in the division, and not much time for the Saints, Falcons or Panthers to catch [more]

Cole Holcomb out for year after foot surgery

The Commanders will not be getting linebacker Cole Holcomb back this season.Holcomb went on injured reserve on November 25 because of a foot injury and Tom Pelissero of NFL Media reports that he had surgery that will keep him from returning to action.Holcomb last played in Week Seven and he started all of the team’s [more]

Giants, Commanders play to a 20-20 tie

The Giants and Commanders were even at halftime, they were even at the end of regulation, and they remained even at the end of overtime.Graham Gano‘s 58-yard field goal try on the final play of overtime fell short and the two NFC East teams were left with a 20-20 tie at MetLife Stadium. The Giants [more]

Giants, Commanders head to overtime

The Giants and Commanders were tied after 30 minutes of play at MetLife Stadium on Sunday and they are tied after 60 minutes as well.Taylor Heinicke authored a 90-yard drive in the fourth quarter that ended with a 28-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Jahan Dotson. The points were the first of the second half [more]

Taylor Heinicke loses fumble, Giants grab lead

The Giants defense came up with the first big play of the second half of Sunday’s game against the Commanders.Edge rusher Azeez Ojulari knocked the ball out of Commanders quarterback Taylor Heinicke‘s hand on a sack and the Giants took over on Washington’s 20 less than a minute into the third quarter. Quarterback Daniel Jones [more]

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