Ben Roethlisberger’s injury means the Steelers’ offensive production might take a dive.
Is San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers a future Hall-of-Famer? James Lofton, who is in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, doesn’t think so. Not yet. ‘The final chapter’s not written’ “I’m looking at the league and the quarterbacks that … Continued
It’s looking less and less like a coincidence that, since Anthony Lynn replaced Greg Roman as the Buffalo Bills’ offensive coordinator, the team has won three games in a row. And the offense, while not necessarily spectacular, has been effective, … Continued
New England and Minnesota lead NFL Radio’s Power 12 for Week 6.
The Oakland Raiders have the last-ranked defense in the NFL. They are last against the pass and 27th against the rush, hardly what anyone would expect from a team guided by defensive-minded Jack Del Rio. And it’s hardly what Del Rio expected, … Continued
Colin Kaepernick is set to return to under center for the San Francisco 49ers this Sunday against Buffalo.
There wasn’t a whole lot of deep thought or discussion before the Arizona Cardinals moved Tyrann Mathieu from safety to nickel cornerback. As coach Bruce Arians explained to Alex Marvez and Bill Polian on Late Hits, all it took was … Continued
Brett Favre is “extremely impressed” with what Dallas Cowboys rookie quarterback Dak Prescott has shown so far. But that isn’t the sole reason he believes the Cowboys are better off sticking with Prescott rather than restoring Tony Romo as their … Continued
When Boomer Esiason watches Sam Bradford play quarterback for the Minnesota Vikings, he can’t help but be reminded of another player at the position for the Dallas Cowboys: Troy Aikman. Although Esiason isn’t trying to suggest Bradford is on a par with … Continued
James Lofton understands why San Francisco 49ers coach Chip Kelly decided to leave Blaine Gabbert in the game as his team was on the way to a 33-21 loss against the Arizona Cardinals Thursday night. As Lofton explained to co-host … Continued