NFL Network's The Aftermath crew discusses the Pittsburgh Steelers' final offensive play against the New England Patriots.
NFL Network's The Aftermath crew discusses the Pittsburgh Steelers' final offensive play against the New England Patriots.
NFL Network Analyst Daniel Jeremiah breaks down how Nick Foles was able to dice up the New York Giants defense and keep the Philadelphia Eagles' potent offense rolling.
Yahoo's Frank Schwab tells us why the NFC should be afraid of one of the league's most under-appreciated teams.
From Jimmy Garoppolo leading another fun comeback for the 49ers to JuJu Smith-Schuster's incredible catch and run in the final moments of Patriots-Steelers, see the best reactions of the week.
Browns coach Hue Jackson indicated after yesterday’s loss that it might be time to make a quarterback change, but today he said he’s sticking with the status quo. DeShone Kizer will start at quarterback on Sunday in Chicago, Jackson confirmed today. “It’s still DeShone,” Jackson said. Kizer had a rough
The Oakland Raiders took exception to a controversial measurement for a key first down in the? After Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott ran a QB keeper up the middle on fourth-and-1 from Dallas' 39-yard line with about five minutes to play in a tied game, the ball was spotted just short of the 40
Jerry Richardson's surprising plan to sell the team at the end of the season, instead of after his death, is likely to spur a whopping tax bill. “He is going to incur a monstrous capital gains tax,” said New York-based tax expert Bob Willens of Robert Willens LLC. “It's going to be very costly
NFL Network's The Aftermath crew discusses the future of the Carolina Panthers under new ownership.
Kevin Seifert NFL Nation Close ESPN.com national NFL writer ESPN.com NFC North reporter, 2008-2013 Covered Vikings for Minneapolis Star Tribune, 1999-2008 Follow on Twitter Referee Gene Steratore's decision to use an index card while measuring a key first down Sunday night was "very unusual&
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After Sunday's loss in Washington, Bruce Arians said Blaine Gabbert was going to remain the Cardinals' starting quarterback. Monday, the coach changed his mind. After watching the video from the Washington game, Arians has decided to re-insert Drew Stanton into the lineup for Sunday's home
On how much the team is thinking about the possibility of going 0-16 and if the team feels the pressure of being winless: “Personally, I haven't really thought about that at all. I just go one game at a time. Obviously, you want to win in the NFL and you don't want to be 0-16 at the end of the
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. - With their thrilling come-from-behind victory Sunday over the Pittsburgh Steelers, the New England Patriots captured their ninth straight AFC East division title, securing a playoff berth for the ninth straight season and tying an NFL record for consecutive playoff appearances. The
Inches, literally inches. That's what Sunday night's game between the Oakland Raiders and the Dallas Cowboys at the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum came down to. With the loss, the Silver and Black fall to 6-8, but with a Monday night clash against the Philadelphia Eagles on the horizon, there
Josh Gordon saw daylight and accelerated his speed. DeShone Kizer saw a pocket opening in the Ravens defense that would have made for a pretty nice gain against a stingy Baltimore defense. The ball went one place. Gordon was headed to another. “In my head, I was thinking get down the field and try to
Allen Park – Lions coach Jim Caldwell declined to offer any updates on the players who were unable to finish Saturday's game against the Chicago Bears, but struck an ominous tone with his response when asking if there were any long-term concerns with Theo Riddick, TJ Jones or T.J. Lang. “You'
In Week 15, the San Francisco 49ers won their third-straight game in dramatic fashion as Jimmy Garoppolo was masterful in the two-minute drill. The quarterback making his first home start at Levi's Stadium® led the offense on a seven-play, game-winning drive that was capped by Robbie Gould 's
Not everyone loves a parade. With the Browns two losses from an imperfect 0-16 season, some Cleveland fans are planning to ''celebrate'' the inglorious accomplishment with a one-lap parade around FirstEnergy Stadium next month. The fans had a similar parade scheduled last year before
SEATTLE – In the handful of minutes it took Rodger Saffold to get dressed and pack his belongings, he'd already digested and flushed the Rams' blowout win over the Seattle Seahawks and fixed his eyes on the Tennessee Titans. Oh, there were a few more high-fives to share. A festive bus ride from
The final two games of the Eagles season could be meaningless and Doug Pederson is already debating to rest or not rest his starters. By Dave Zangaro
Tim Twentyman Senior Writer Detroit Lions head coach Jim Caldwell spoke to the media Monday, like he does every week, and was asked a number of questions about his offensive line, injuries suffered Saturday, the play of his rookies and more. Here are the key questions to come from that session: Have
Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer Close ESPN staff writer Previously a college football reporter for CBSSports.com University of Florida graduate Follow on Twitter PITTSBURGH -- All-Pro wide receiver Antonio Brown calls his calf injury a "minor setback" on his way back to helping the Pittsburgh
Former New York Giants running back Tiki Barber says the Dallas Cowboys will have a tough time jumping a team from the NFC South to grab a wild-card spot.
The league is still trying to untangle that knot, going so far as to offer roughly $100 million toward social justice causes — a move that hasn't exactly won over all the players who were drawing attention to racial inequality and injustice in America. The NFL decided to make an example of Colin
Sights & Sounds: Receivers shine in Week 15 An inside look at the Giants' Wide Receivers in Sunday's game, presented by Bose
If the Packers are eliminated from the playoff race tonight, quarterback Aaron Rodgers might not play Saturday's game against the Vikings at Lambeau Field. Vikings nose tackle Linval Joseph expects to see Rodgers on the field, ready to go. “I feel like he's going to play (regardless), like he
Sarah Barshop ESPN Staff Writer Close Covered the Packers for ESPN Milwaukee Marquette University graduate Follow on Twitter HOUSTON -- A day after a blowout loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars, coach Bill O'Brien was asked whether he would choose to leave the Texans after this season. He replied emphatically
Every time a player or team takes the field there is a chance for a game-changing play. Those plays can come at any point from the opening kickoff to the final snap. They can come in each of the three phases. They can be executed by Hall of Fame-bound stars or lesser-known complementary players. New
Highlights from Dolphins coach Adam Gase's Monday news conference: • Will Dolphins players be motivated for Miami's final two games (at Kansas City, home to Buffalo) considering the playoffs are a long shot? “I would hope they would be very motivated,” Gase said. “They are playing for their jobs
Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer Close Covered Seahawks for Tacoma News Tribune for six seasons. Played college football at University of Puget Sound Follow on Twitter COSTA MESA, Calif. – The Los Angeles Chargers are down but not out. “At this point in the season, we don't control our own destiny
Vanderbilt football coach Derek Mason has started getting noticed for his pregame speeches. Vanderbilt starting punter Sam Loy and reserve linebacker Jay Hockaday, a former Christ Presbyterian Academy standout, will not return to the Commodores next season. Loy announced his departure on Twitter, saying
It cannot be fun to be an NFL cornerback tasked with defending Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill. You never know when Hill is just gonna flat-out fly past you, as Chargers cornerback Casey Hayward learned during the Chiefs' 30-13 victory over Los Angeles on Saturday night at Arrowhead Stadium. Here
Here’s a sentence we haven’t written about the Jaguars in a decade: A key injured player should be back for the postseason. According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, Jaguars wide receiver Marqise Lee got good news on the MRI, after yesterday’s ankle injury. He’s expected to be able to return for
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) -- The Denver Broncos aren't sure who their quarterback is.
Eagles cornerback Patrick Robinson is in the NFL's concussion protocol, so his status for Christmas Day is still in question. By Dave Zangaro
Upon the end of a 1-15 season in 2016, Browns coach Hue Jackson spoke of a bigger picture and brighter days. Almost a year later, Cleveland finds itself in a similarly painful situation as it once again tries to fend off a winless season and the infamy that comes with it. Sunday's 27-10 loss to the
Tennessean writers Joe Rexrode and Jason Wolf break down the Titans 25 to 23 loss against the 49ers at Levi's Stadium. SANTA CLARA, Calif. – Here's how you want your team to respond when it's been embarrassed and ripped and counted out, just the way Titans rookie cornerback Adoree' Jackson
Listen to Jaguars head coach Doug Marrone's post-game locker room speech after the team's victory over the Texans in Week 15.
Somewhere right now, Donald Sterling is smiling. He's no longer the lone face of owner bigotry in sports. Back in 2014, Sterling, the then-Los Angeles Clippers owner, was banned for life from the NBA, had to pay a $2.5 million fine, and was forced to sell his franchise due to audio tapes, released
49ers players were impressed by the way quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo led the offense during Sunday’s 25-23 win over the Titans with right guard Brandon Fusco saying that no one on the team knew that the quarterback “was this special.” One member of the Titans was less taken with Garoppolo’s play in Sunday
49ers players were impressed by the way quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo led the offense during Sunday's 25-23 win over the Titans with right guard Brandon Fusco saying that no one on the team knew that the quarterback “was this special.” One member of the Titans was less taken with Garoppolo's play
Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer Close Covered Packers for Green Bay Press-Gazette from 1997-2013 Two-time Wisconsin Sportswriter of the Year as selected by the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association Follow on Twitter Davante Adams lashed out at Thomas Davis on Monday, tweeting that the Panthers
Nothing suggested that the odds favored the Saints. It wasn't just that, entering Sunday's game against the Jets in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, New Orleans only had converted 31 percent of the time (4 of 13) when facing third-and-7 situations this season. Or that, up to that point in the game
Looks like JT might just be dropping something soon.
Green Bay Packers wide receiver Davante Adams claimed that Carolina Panthers linebacker Thomas Davis was "head-hunting" after he blindsided Adams with a hit to the head after an Aaron Rodgers interception on Sunday. Davis apologized for the hit on Twitter: Adams wasn't having that apology
Win and they are in the playoffs. It's that simple for the Chiefs, who on Sunday can do something that has never been accomplished in franchise history: win a second consecutive AFC West crown. To take the West, the Chiefs will need to down the Dolphins at Arrowhead Stadium. Miami, 6-8, is technically
Jaguars owner Shad Khan has endured plenty of heartache in Jacksonville, as the team went 17-63 in his first five seasons as owner. But he's definitely enjoying life these days, as the Jaguars (10-4) have emerged as one of the top teams in the NFL this year. After the Jaguars whipped the Texans 45
The Broncos don’t have any more goals that pertain to the 2017 season. So it’s time to admit they’re using the rest of the year to get a head start on 2018. As it pertains to their quarterback position, that might mean that Paxton Lynch gets another shot. Broncos coach Vance Joseph said he wasn’t [ more
It took the Steelers an hour to push the Patriots to the ledge. Then they short-circuit and throw the game away in the final 34 seconds.
When asked if Sunday's matchup with the Steelers reminded him of any of his previous close-and-late finishes with the Patriots, Belichick had a relatively quick reply.
The Patriots' ageless and legendary quarterback engineered yet another comeback victory in a big game. Like it or not, he's the greatest.
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