As we approach Thanksgiving, the Kansas City Chiefs are heating up while the Buffalo Bills wonder what went wrong on Sunday afternoon.
They better beat the Bears on Thanksgiving, or it could be another winless year.
Urban Meyer is looking at the Florida job like an ice cream cone.
Is Robert Saleh going to be one-and-done? This is brutal.
The Texans forced five turnovers and beat the Titans in Tennessee. Well done.
It’s another long year for Big Blue. Just can’t get it figured out.
Matt Nagy should have been fired on the field after losing to the Ravens.
This might have signaled the end of an era with Russell Wilson and Pete Carroll.
What a pathetic, embarrassing performance for a second straight week.
The Dolphins have quietly won three straight and aren’t dead yet.
Huge wins against the Buccaneers and Panthers in consecutive weeks. Washington is alive.
The Broncos come out of the bye to host the Chargers. A must-win for their playoff hopes.
Carolina had a chance to really make a move in the NFC playoff picture but fell flat.
The Browns won, but it was another ugly performance against the Lions.
Pittsburgh somehow scored 37 points, and even crazier, managed to lose the game.
The Saints are injured and hopeless on offense. Trevor Siemian needs to sit down.
Philadelphia has a really nice shot at the playoffs. No team has an easier remaining schedule.
The Vikings have found new life, and a huge game looms against the Niners.
San Francisco is playing much better. A win this weekend against Minnesota would be huge.
The Bengals came out of their bye and crushed the Raiders. Now, Pittsburgh at home.
Nobody was more impressive on Sunday than the Colts. Great, great win in Buffalo.
The Chargers are bizarre, but they’re also 6-4 and still fighting for the AFC West.
The Bills have to figure out their defensive line. No pressure, no push, no chance.
The Ravens won without Lamar Jackson. No matter how ugly, that’s beautiful.
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The Buccaneers finally got off their snide against the Giants. A much-needed win.
The Cowboys needed more from Dak Prescott on Sunday. Quick holiday turnaround.
Big opportunity this week to beat a wounded Packers team at Lambeau Field.
The Chiefs are suddenly a defensive-first team, and that’s terrifying considering the offense.
Nevermind losing to the Vikings, the Packers’ injuries are becoming overwhelming.
What the hell happened? Rough loss, and now off to Foxboro for a gut-check.
No Kyler Murray or DeAndre Hopkins? No problem, says football’s best team.