Melvin Gordon has been frustrated for a long time. First, over a holdout for a contract extension that was not successful and then over his slow start once he returned to the Los Angeles Chargers.
Ghosts, unnerving turnovers and an ugly loss. That was the New York Jets in a nutshell Monday night as they were embarrassed 33-0 by the New England Patriots in front of a prime-time TV audience.
The New England Patriots have thrived this season thanks to a defense that’s limited opponents’ abilities to get in the end zone and an offense that’s found ways to adjust to injuries.
The Seattle Seahawks have addressed depth concerns in the defensive backfield by acquiring Quandre Diggs from the Detroit Lions.
The top of the AFC has been ruled by one team so far this season. In fact, for most of the past two decades. The defending champion New England Patriots haven’t lost since Week 15 of the 2018 season.
The Denver Broncos have traded veteran wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders to the San Francisco 49ers.
The Atlanta Falcons traded receiver Mohamed Sanu to the New England Patriots for a second-round draft pick in 2020.
The NFL threw yellow flags on Rams linebacker Clay Matthews, Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield and Lions safety Tracy Walker, fining each $12,500 for criticizing officials.
The New York Jets are disappointed and angry quarterback Sam Darnold’s comment about him “seeing ghosts” made it on air during the “Monday Night Football” game.
Tom Brady set the tone with a long slice-and-dice touchdown drive, New England’s blitz-happy defense forced Sam Darnold into five turnovers and the Patriots remained undefeated by cruising to a 33-0 victory over the New York Jets on Monday night.
Atlanta Falcons coach Dan Quinn said Ryan ran in a pool on Monday to test his sprained ankle and has not been ruled out of Sunday’s game against Seattle.
Aaron Rodgers had his best game by far under new Packers coach Matt LaFleur, throwing for 429 yards and five touchdowns and running for another as Green Bay beat the Oakland Raiders 42-24 on Sunday.
His previous four passes had sailed or fallen incomplete, and 20 minutes of clock time into the proceedings at CenturyLink Field, it was apparent that Russell Wilson wasn’t Russell Wilson this day. But it was his next throw that would bring clarity to just what that can mean for the Seattle Seahawks.
Coach Dan Quinn believes he’s still the right choice for the job in Atlanta, despite 11 losses in his team’s last 15 games.
San Francisco 49ers coach Kyle Shanahan, who served as Washington’s offensive coordinator under his father, Mike, from 2010-13, celebrated the occasion by giving his dad the game ball after San Francisco’s 9-0 win over the Redskins on Sunday. Kyle has made little secret of his hard feelings over how things went working for owner Dan Snyder and president Bruce Allen.
On Sunday, the Seahawks got their first up-close glimpse of Lamar Jackson, Baltimore’s dynamic second-year quarterback who stole some of Russell Wilson’s fourth-quarter magical dust – spinning and sprinting away from Seattle defenders and leading the Ravens to a 30-16 victory over the Seahawks at CenturyLink Field.
There is an understandable mutual admiration between Lamar Jackson and Russell Wilson.
Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes escaped significant ligament damage when he dislocated his right kneecap and there is optimism the reigning NFL MVP could be back on the field in about a month.
Reigning MVP Patrick Mahomes injured his right knee in a pileup near the goal line before his Kansas City teammates rallied around their fallen superstar for a 30-6 thrashing of Denver on Thursday night.
Thanks to two injures and a couple of major trades, the Los Angeles Rams will be without three regular starters in their secondary this weekend in Atlanta. Defensive coordinator Wade Phillips realizes that’s not the ideal way to face Julio Jones, Mohamed Sanu, Matt Ryan and the NFL’s second-most prolific passing game.