The Baltimore Ravens are not your father’s Baltimore Ravens at the moment. They have limped (literally) into Week 15 with a battered lineup. They are so desperate that they signed Captain Sleepytime Ryan Mallett this week.
We saw a different side of Joe Montana during the NFL Network’s awesome new series titled “The Timeline” last month. The latest entry features “The Tale of Two Cities” – chronicling the legendary rivalry between the San Francisco 49ers and the Dallas Cowboys.
There is a good news and bad news scenario for the potentially season-ending injury suffered by Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton.
The Denver Broncos and Cincinnati Bengals endure costly losses at home on Sunday while the Patriots regain some of their stride. Russell Wilson smoked the Ravens; Philly survives against the Bills; and much more in the newest edition of The JMRA Podcast.
While the New England Patriots stumble into Houston on a rare two-game losing streak, good news is on the way.
So, if America hates the New England Patriots, they sure can’t like the Houston Texans, who are loaded with ex-Pats.
Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy returns to Philadelphia on Sunday for the first time since the Birds dealt him last spring.
I’m not entirely sure the Seahawks have fixed their defensive issues, but their offense looks A-OK in my book.
Washington Redskins receiver DeSean Jackson committed one of the most egregious errors of the 2015 season on Monday night during Washington’s 19-16 loss to the Dallas Cowboys.
Antonio Brown and the Pittsburgh Steelers ran circles around the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday Night Football. Brown was among the key figures in the 45-10 win. He caught eight passes for 118 yards and two touchdowns.