Week 5 starts with Jets (1-3) and Falcons (1-3) in London, continues with a couple of great 3-1 matchups including Green Bay-Cincinnati and Cleveland at the Los Angeles Chargers, then Sunday night we get Buffalo (3-1) at Kansas City (2-2). Discuss all the games here!
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The Dallas Cowboys have decided to release linebacker Jaylon Smith.
It has been a long time since we have seen a player switch from runner to receiver (and back?) and succeed the way Cordarrelle Patterson has done for Atlanta this year. We look back at Patterson's career day against Washington and the history of players who have made similar transitions. Plus, the best passers, runners, and receivers of Week 4.
Notable Sunday afternoon games including Carolina (3-0) at Dallas (2-1), Arizona (3-0) at the L.A. Rams (3-0), and Baltimore 2-1) at Denver (3-0). The Sunday night game sees Tampa Bay (2-1) at the Patriots (1-2) in a game that seems totally uninteresting with no intriguing subplots that come to mind, while the Las Vegas Raiders (3-0) visit the L.A. Chargers (2-1) on Monday Night Football. Use this thread to discuss them all.
It has been a long, long time since we saw a quarterback give up so many sacks with so few completions as Justin Fields had in his first NFL start. We look at the history of high-sack, low-completion games in search of any hope for the Bears' young signal-caller. Plus the best passers, runners, and receivers of Week 3.
The former All-Pro wide receiver, having been reinstated after his latest suspension, is expected to sign with the Kansas City Chiefs.
Somehow, there is only one game all weekend featuring two teams with winning records: Tampa Bay (2-0) heading to play the Rams (2-0) in L.A. on Sunday afternoon. The Sunday night game sees Green Bay (1-1) visit San Francisco (2-0), while Dallas (1-1) hosts Philadelphia (1-1) on Monday night. Use this thread to discuss them all.
The Miami Dolphins have placed quarterback Tua Tagovailoa on IR due to fractured ribs. He will miss at least three weeks.
The Tennessee Titans overcame a big halftime deficit to escape Seattle with an overtime win, and running back Derrick Henry was the key to their comeback. Henry has a reputation for playing better at halftime, but has that really been the case? And do other running backs have a similar knack for playing better late in games? Plus the best passers, runners, and receivers of Week 2.
On Sunday, San Francisco (1-0) travels to Philadelphia (1-0), the surprising Raiders (1-0) visit the somewhat surprising Steelers (1-0), and the not-surprising Saints (1-0) face their first divisional opponent, the Carolina Panthers (1-0). On Sunday night, Kansas City (1-0) seeks a second straight win over a rival AFC contender in Baltimore (0-1).