Week 3 in the NFL will be forever remembered as one of the craziest weekends in modern football history, and several teams that unexpectedly lost games will have to try and bounce back in Week 4. Some teams lost due to poor luck, while others simply came out flat. Another supremely disappointing week from the replacement officials was also a wild card in every game. But all that matters is the final score at the end of the game, and the teams that lost must move forward and try put their name next to the bigger number on the Jumbotron this coming weekend.
Teams that lost their opener are facing virtual must-win games in Week 2, and the Baltimore Ravens are one of the teams that are sure to bounce back this week. Losing its first two games does not eliminate a team from postseason con... Read Post
After 17 long weeks and 256 regular-season games, 20 NFL teams have been officially eliminated from postseason contention and 12 will advance into the playoffs. Of those 12 teams, eight will take the gridiron once again to kick off ... Read Post
Character can be judged by how teams bounce back following a loss. It's not a sprint; it's a marathon, especially in NFL football. Sunday's Week 5 action saw poor performances from several playoff-caliber teams. Some came out on top... Read Post