With Niners loss, Patriots back to top of the heap, but Eagles offense should be another test in Super Bowl LII rematch.
Greg Bedard covers the NFL for the Review-Journal. Bedard has been reporting on the league on a day-to-day basis since 2004, including stints covering the Dolphins, Packers and Patriots. Bedard had national NFL reporting roles at the Boston Globe and Sports Illustrated and ran his own website, BostonSportsJournal.com. Bedard is a 1997 graduated of Rutgers University.
Kansas City allowed Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill to look all-world completing 13 of 19 passes for 181 yards and two TDs.
Clelin Ferrell, the fourth overall pick, will get the biggest headlines. But it’s another rookie, fourth-round pick Maxx Crosby, who was the most impressive pass rusher.
Projecting the teams most deserving of the playoffs and ranking them heading into Week 10.
In the past two games, Derek Carr has changed the trajectory of his season, and that of the Raiders. He has played outstanding football. None better than on Sunday.
Some fans were probably screaming at Jon Gruden for throwing incomplete on second down and stoppping the clock on the Raiders’ final drive. They were wrong to do so.
It’s certainly not a sin to lose to the Patriots, but the way the Browns did it was basically a microcosm of what has led them to this point.
Undefeated Patriots finally get a real test Sunday night against the Baltimore Ravens.
Jon Gruden said media Monday that the Raiders will be looking for linebacker help before today’s 1 p.m. trade deadline. That much was obvious in their loss to the Texans.
Is Rodney Hudson’s injury a major blow? Is Dan Quinn not long for the Falcons? Did the Browns reveal a flaw in Patriots’ defense? Did Matt Nagy cost the Bears a win?
There’s reason to believe the Patriots’ dynamic duo has their eye on one last run at an undefeated season.
Projecting the playoff teams in each conference, and then ranking them heading into Week 8.
An improving team will be heard from before the season is out … if the quarterback takes his game to another level.
Review-Journal NFL writer Greg A. Bedard discussed some of the problems with NFL officiating with retired referee John Parry, who is now the rules analyst for ESPN.
If you’re of the opinion that the state of NFL officiating is poor this season, former Super Bowl referee John Parry’s words are not going to give you much solace.