The Pittsburgh Steelers are the most interesting and chaotic 0-1-1 team in football. (We're kidding about the record part of it, folks.)
The Chicago Bears opened the home portion of the 2018 NFL season with an exciting 24-17 win over the Seattle Seahawks. Like with any win there was a lot of good but also some miscues. My thoughts…
A league source said Monday afternoon that not only does the NFL officiating department believe referee Tony Corrente was right when he flagged Matthews for his hit on Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins, but that the play will be used as a teaching tool in the weekly video the league office sends to its 32 teams to emphasize various rules and how they are enforced.
The Packers used only two backs — Jamaal Williams and Ty Montgomery — during the first two games and the tandem has a combined 38 rushes for 144 yards (3.8-yard average) entering Sunday’s game at Washington.
CHICAGO — Having pleaded guilty to insider trading 11 days ago, and facing up to 25 years in prison eventually, Mychal Kendricks made three tackles and a sack in the Seattle Seahawks’ 24-17 loss to the Chicago Bears on Monday night.
CHICAGO — The Seattle Seahawks allowed Chicago Bears quarterback Mitch Trubisky to throw for two touchdowns and get settled down somewhat after a few shaky moments in the Bears' 24-17 victory Monday night.
CHICAGO — Fortunately for a Bears offense that appears to have a long way to go and a lot of growing pains to endure, it has a defense that can compensate for a lot of its shortcomings – and score touchdowns as well.
CHICAGO — Combine Mitch Trubisky’s first half against the Green Bay Packers and second half vs. the Seattle Seahawks and the Bears would have a near-complete performance from their young franchise quarterback.
In a stadium full of No. 54 jerseys, Sebastian Janikowski, of course, kicked a 56-yard field goal as time expired in the first half.
In maybe the least surprising move ever, the New England Patriots, of all teams, have traded for talented-but-troubled receiver Josh Gordon. We all know Gordon’s well-documented off-the-field issues, but the question everyone wants to know is, how do…
New Orleans handed off the ball 10 more times against the Cleveland Browns than the Saints did in the opener, and the game was far from the kind of shootout that the Tampa Bay Buccaneers brought to the Superdome.