The Jets lose their starting quarterback, the Dolphins their starting running back, and both lose starting defensive players for a prolonged period. Just another Sunday in the AFC East.
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Strangely obsessed with Aaron Rodgers' brief sojourn into the crazy world of game show hosting, Andrew and Bryan get to thinking about other NFL players seeking life outside the gridiron.
The Broncos lose another linebacker for the year with a torn pectoral, Kareem Hunt will miss time with a calf injury, and Parris Campbell may miss the rest of the year with a foot injury.
In a week where your humble Scramblers were holed up in airports and moving vans, Bryan and Andrew discuss just how many games a fan can watch in a day.
Russell Wilson will miss around a month for the Seahawks. Juju Smith-Schuster, Maxx Williams, and Quintez Cephus, among others, will miss the rest of the season.
With the London games restarting after a year absence, our resident international correspondent Andrew schools Bryan on just how the game of Gridiron is working out abroad.
A relatively mild Week 4 for injuries still sees at least three players ruled out for the rest of the year.
This year's pack of highly-touted rookie quarterbacks hasn't exactly gotten off to the world's hottest start. Bryan and Andrew go through the Big 5 + 1 to try to find opportunities for the young bucks to actually put up a win or two.
Week 3 saw the Broncos take the brunt of the offensive injuries, but a number of defensive starters from elsewhere are likely to miss the rest of the year.
There are seven 0-2 teams in the league as we enter Week 2. Bryan and Andrew sort through the wreckage of so many seasons, to try and separate the truly dead from the mostly dead.