The Broncos defense remains dominant, the Vikings look like they are for real with Sam Bradford at quarterback, and Patriots lose Jimmy Garoppolo to a shoulder injury.
Two games and the arrow is pointing up for Trevor Siemian. He’s showing progress through his first two starts for the Denver Broncos, helping them to victories against the Carolina Panthers and Indianapolis Colts. ‘Understand the growing process’ “I think … Continued
Never mind that the Los Angeles Rams looked horrible in their 28-0 season-opening loss against the San Francisco 49ers. When it comes to games between the Rams and the Seattle Seahawks, history says they will not only be far more … Continued
As with so many others around the NFL, Mark Dominik didn’t see this coming. Heck, there were plenty of those within the Buffalo Bills who didn’t expect the team to fire offensive coordinator Greg Roman after only two games this … Continued
The Green Bay Packers and New England Patriots lead the way in our NFL Radio Power 12.
Brett Favre saw what the Pittsburgh Steelers did at Washington Monday night. He saw Ben Roethlisberger’s game of pitch and catch with Antonio Brown lighting up members of the Washington secondary not named Josh Norman. The Steelers’ offensive dominance didn’t, however, … Continued
The conversation, itself, wasn’t unusual. Before any two-minute or crucial game-management situation, Oakland Raiders coach Jack Del Rio walks up to quarterback Derek Carr before the opponent’s kickoff to give his thoughts. “That way, him and I are in the … Continued
Sean Smith lived the cornerback nightmare in the Oakland Raiders’ 35-34 victory against the New Orleans Saints. In his Raider debut, he gave up three receptions for 172 yards, 98 of which came when Brandin Cooks easily left him in his wake for … Continued
Bruce Arians is sticking with Kameron Canaday as his long-snapper, even though his low delivery of the ball helped lead to a missed field-goal attempt that cost the Arizona Cardinals a chance to beat the New England Patriots in their … Continued
Last year, it was all about competing. This year, it’s all about finishing. Jack Del Rio preached that message to his Oakland Raiders players throughout the offseason and preseason. And in Sunday’s 35-34, come-from-behind victory at New Orleans, they demonstrated … Continued