The New Orleans Saints have announced that seven members of their coaching staff will miss Sunday's game against the Carolina Panthers due to COVID protocols.
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Sunday night was the latest bad day for a player who seems far too talented to be regularly posting terrible statistics. We look back at Allen Robinson's lousy quarterbacks in Jacksonville and Chicago, and do the same for other good receivers who were shackled to bad passers. Plus the best quarterbacks, running backs, and receivers of Week 1.
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The Pittsburgh Steelers have made their pass-rushing star the highest-paid defender in the NFL.
Thursday was a very, very bad day in Baltimore.
With Hurricane Ida forcing the Saints out of New Orleans for the next month or so, the NFL has moved their season-opening game to Jacksonville's TIAA Bank Field.
The Pittsburgh Steelers had the league's best pass defense in 2020, but they weren't perfect—and there's reason to fear those weaknesses will get worse in 2021. Elsewhere, the Saints and Rams also shine, while the Falcons and Eagles get picked on a lot.
Aaron Rodgers won this third MVP award last season, and he did it in part by avoiding the throw that other quarterbacks attempt most often. Elsewhere, Miami's quarterbacks were sometimes indistinguishable, Taysom Hill never throws on the run, and why there's hope for Carson Wentz in Indianapolis.
Per ESPN's Adam Schefter, an MRI today confirmed that Ravens running back J.K. Dobbins suffered a season-ending torn ACL.
The Minnesota Vikings have made their defensive star the second-highest paid safety in the league.