The Big 12’s movement towards expansion appears to be losing some steam with one of its biggest proponents reportedly reconsidering the idea. Oklahoma president David Boren has been front-and-center when it comes to pushing for the league to add additional members but according to Pete Thamel of...
Every Top 25 team is in action during Week 5 of the 2016 college football season, and three matchups between programs ranked among the top 10 highlight the busy state. As always, Bleacher Report is providing game picks against the spread. Show More Summary
Falcons-Saints was no match for Donald Trump against Hillary Clinton.
Unbeaten Patriots back to No. 1, but upstart Eagles flying up board.
Cowboys owner is counting on wide receiver to play Sunday.
The Minnesota Vikings have promoted rookie guard Willie Beavers from the practice squad for depth on an offensive line that's been dogged by injuries this season
Jacksonville Jaguars left tackle Kelvin Beachum has been cleared from the NFL's concussion protocol and will practice Wednesday
The Denver Broncos know teams will try to run the ball on them first and foremost to keep their pass rush at bay
After the New England Patriots moved to 3-0, starting two quarterbacks not named Tom Brady, the talk moved to what magic they might have to invoke to remain unbeaten before Brady’s return in Week 5. Jimmy Garoppolo left the Week 2 win against the Miami Dolphins, replaced by third-round pick Jacoby Brissett. Show More Summary
In July, after the dates of the three 2016 presidential debates were announced, Republican candidate Donald Trump took umbrage with the scheduling. Having two of the three debates on the same night as prime-time NFL games was an attempt by Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton and her party to “rig” the events, Trump said. Show More Summary
Coach says he has no interest in leaving Louisville
Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Eli Rogers may have to spend time on the sidelines after suffering a foot injury during the team's Week 3 game against the Philadelphia Eagles, according to Ray Fittipaldo of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Continue for updates. Rogers' Foot Placed in Boot, Return Uncertain Tuesday, Sept. Show More Summary
Most NFL teams have been in the information-gathering process through the first three weeks of the season. The start of Week 4 is just days away, with the Miami Dolphins and Cincinnati Bengals kicking things off in the Thursday night...Show More Summary
Those bettors who aren't in love with the idea of an upset might shy away from Week 4 NFL lines. Upset after upset plagued the Week 3 odds out of Las Vegas. The Minnesota Vikings took down the Carolina Panthers, the New York Giants fell...Show More Summary
We have reached Week 4 of the 2016 NFL season—and thus our first bye week of the year. See you next week, Green Bay Packers and Philadelphia Eagles! For almost everyone else, Week 4 represents the quarter mark of the season and the time...Show More Summary
The front-runner for the 2016 NFL MVP award is off in Week 4, and so is Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers. OK, so maybe Philadelphia Eagles signal-caller Carson Wentz isn't quite there yet, but he’s been one of the fun surprises of the first three weeks of the season. Show More Summary
The Steelers will have several injured players to monitor as they head toward Sunday night’s matchup with the Chiefs. During a Tuesday session with the media, coach Mike Tomlin said, via Gerry Dulac of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, that linebacker Ryan Shazier, guard Ramon Foster and wide receiver Eli Rogers are all “very questionable” for this…
ESPN expected it to be bad. And it was. Via SportsMediaWatch.com, the overnight rating for Monday’s Falcons-Saints game came in at 5.7. That’s a 36-percent drop over last year’s Chiefs-Packers Week Three Monday game and the lowest rating of any nationally-televised game of the season. The rating peaked at 6.9 from 8:45 to 9:00 p.m.…
Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels has devised game plans for two different backup quarterbacks in the first three weeks of the season and the Patriots have won all three of their games, which is the sort of thing that could be appealing to teams looking for a new head coach once the 2016 season comes…
1. Broncos (3-0; last week No. 1): Maybe they shouldn’t have drafted Paxton Lynch, after all. 2. Patriots (3-0; No. 2): Maybe they should have drafted Paxton Lynch (if they’d had a first-round pick). 3. Vikings (3-0; No. 6): Defense and coaching are great, offense is good enough. But here’s hoping they don’t need a…