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MNF: Detroit Lions dominate all three phases to beat New York Giants 24-10

Quarterback Matthew Stafford. Defensive end Ezekiel Ansah. Punt returner Jamal Agnew. Take your pick. All three of those players were sensational on a Monday Night Football road win against the New York Giants. The Detroit Lions are now 2-0, the Giants 0-2. Show More Summary

Matthew Stafford throws two touchdowns as Lions get 24-10 win over Giants

Matthew Stafford tossed a pair of touchdowns to Eric Ebron and Marvin Jones, and Jamal Agnew returned a punt for an 88-yard touchdown as the Detroit Lions improved to 2-0 with a 24-10 victory over the New York Giants on Monday night. The victory sets up a strong test for the Lions next week in [more]

Odell Beckham Jr. active for New York Giants against Lions

Odell Beckham Jr. is active for the New York Giants' game against the Detroit Lions        

Chargers kicker Younghoe Koo misses another big kick, job may be in jeopardy

It’s not fair to pin the Los Angeles Chargers’ 0-2 record on kicker Younghoe Koo. His game-tying attempt last week against the Denver Broncos was blocked. He missed a 44-yard attempt wide right with less than 10 seconds remaining on Sunday, and that cost the Chargers in a 19-17 loss to the Miami Dolphins, but the Chargers could have done more to win. Show More Summary

Baltimore Ravens force five turnovers in 24-10 beatdown of Cleveland Browns

There’s only so much worth taking away from a home victory against the Cleveland Browns. That might be the hardest part about hosting them. As long as the outcome results in a “W,” like in the case of the Baltimore Ravens‘ 24-10 victory on Sunday, you have to nitpick to find the highlights worth celebrating. Show More Summary

Marshawn Lynch runs for TD in Raiders' 45-20 win over Jets

Marshawn Lynch ran for a touchdown in his first home game with Oakland and Derek Carr threw three TD passes to Michael Crabtree to lead the Raiders to a 45-20 victory over the New York Jets        

Vikings' Sam Bradford out vs. Pittsburgh

Minnesota Vikings quarterback Sam Bradford is inactive with a knee injury and will miss Sunday’s game against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Case Keenum will start for Minnesota. Keenum started nine games for the Los Angeles Rams last season. Show More Summary

Tom Brady says Colin Kaepernick is qualified to be in the NFL

Aaron Rodgers has vouched for Colin Kaepernick. Tom Brady now has, too. Appearing on the CBS Sunday morning news show, Brady expressed his opinions regarding whether Kaepernick will get another chance in the NFL. “I sure hope so,” Brady said. “I’ve always watched him and admired him, the way that he’s played. He was a [more]

Vikings QB Sam Bradford inactive in Week 2 vs. Steelers

The Vikings will turn to Case Keenum as their starter against the Steelers.        

Santana Moss says RG3 celebrated Shanahan firing, RG3 calls Moss a liar

Former Washington teammates Santana Moss and Robert Griffin III are feuding over the departure of their former coach, Mike Shanahan. Moss went on 106.7 The Fan and said that Griffin was celebrating when owner Dan Snyder fired Shanahan and his son and offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan after the 2013 season, saying the Shanahans’ firing was [more]

Jerry Jones confirms his role in Goodell extension talks

Much has been said about the role of Cowboys owner Jerry Jones in the negotiation of a new contract for NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell. During a Tuesday appearance on 105.3 the Fan in Dallas, Jones said just enough to confirm what many have said. “First of all, it is a time that he’s expressed interest [more]

Buccaneers were without cannons last week, but they’re coming back

It wasn’t that the Buccaneers offense was quiet Sunday. But when they return home, they’ll definitely have more firepower. According to Greg Auman of the Tampa Bay Times, the signature pirate-ship cannons which fire when the Bucs get to the red zone and score didn’t go off Sunday, but will be repaired in time for [more]

Week Two power rankings

1. Raiders (2-0; previously No. 2): Marshawn should polish up on his breakdancing because it feels like 1983 all over again the Raiders. 2. Chiefs (2-0; No. 3): If Spencer Ware hadn’t gotten injured, the Chiefs may not be undefeated. 3. Patriots (1-1; No. 5): Nice. 4. Falcons (2-0; No. 7): When the opponent is [more]

Darius Slay: Lions defense is for real

Much of the focus after Monday night’s game was on doling out blame for the play of the hapless Giants offense, but they weren’t playing against air. They were playing against a defense that has given up 26 points (a pick-six by Cardinals corner Justin Bethel accounted for another touchdown), and 107 rushing yards while [more]

Sullivan: For second straight week, Giants look terrible

Giants Pro Bowl WR returns to the field, but team's offense still in tatters        

Jerry Jones defends Ezekiel Elliott’s lack of effort by pointing to other Cowboys

Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott has become a lightning rod for criticism after a perceived (actual) lack of effort following a pair of interceptions on Sunday. Owner Jerry Jones has opted not to join in the criticism, at least not specifically. The most glaring incident happened when Broncos cornerback Chris Harris Jr. caught a tipped [more]

Chris Long donating six game checks to fund scholarships in Charlottesville

After a man drove his car into a group of people protesting a gathering of white supremacists and killed a woman in Charlottesville, Virginia this August, Eagles defensive end and Charlottesville resident Chris Long spoke out about people “who have had the opportunity to strike [hatred] down but didn’t” act. Long is now using what [more]

Indianapolis Colts: Chuck Pagano running out of chances after Week 2 collapse

The Indianapolis Colts are in no way, shape or form a good football team. They are shallow at almost every position and the team is full of young, inexperienced players trying to find their way. This still is not the main reason the Colts are not a good team. Show More Summary

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