AFC West Q&A: How do the quarterbacks in the division rank?
AFC West Q&A: With Peyton Manning retired, who is the division's most feared player?
AFC West Q&A: Can the Chargers go from worst to first in the AFC West?
AFC West Q&A: Would you rather have Khalil Mack's future or Von Miller's present?
AFC West Q&A: Is Alex Smith good enough to lead the Chiefs to a championship?
AFC West Q&A: Can Broncos' streak of division titles be broken?
AFC West Q&A: Can Chargers RB Melvin Gordon rush for 1,000 yards this season?
Want to compete in the AFC West? These three players will need to have a big impact on the 2016 season.
Publicly, Raiders like newcomer Bruce Irvin have declared that the team has a real chance to take over the AFC West this year. Privately, the confidence is widespread among the roster. Per a league source, Raiders players are feeling very good about the quality of the team as the 2016 season approaches. And the optimism…
Raiders looking for continuity to reverse AFC West woes
Oakland's defense might not be as good as Denver's, but it's gives the Raiders a huge advantage in the AFC West arms race. Khalil Mack sees Raiders capable of rivaling Broncos for NFL's best defense. Is he right? 2015 DVOA overall DVOA...Show More Summary
Kiper: Chargers most improved team in AFC West
The NFL is a quarterback-driven league. It's a mantra that is repeated ad nauseum on television, the radio, online and in print. Yes, print. Newspapers are still a thing. I rather like them. It's also a mantra that many NFL teams apparently ascribe to. Show More Summary
The AFC West produced a Super Bowl winner last season, as the defensive-minded Denver Broncos brought the Lombardi Trophy back to Colorado. The Broncos also provided bettors who backed them early a payout upward of 15-1. But this season,...Show More Summary
For a seven-year period between 2004 and 2010, the NFC West was the divisional laughingstock of the NFL. The division posted a.400 winning percentage during that span, with three of its four teams losing at least 16 more games than they won. Show More Summary
The Chargers badly needed a strong draft, and they mostly delivered. Meanwhile, the Raiders continued their progress and the Broncos got aggressive to land a quarterback. With the 2016 NFL Draft over, it's time to take a look at how each team did addressing its needs. Show More Summary
The Oakland Raiders have taken steps forward under Reggie McKenzie and Jack Del Rio, but they'll need a good draft in 2016 to make sure they keep moving upwards in the AFC West.
Mike McCoy believes Chargers can go from worst to first in AFC West
New-look Raiders see balance of power shifting in AFC West
Veteran strong safety Tyvon Branch will be leaving the AFC West division for the first time in his NFL career after agreeing to terms on a contract with the Arizona Cardinals on Wednesday. Fox Sports' Mike Garafolo reported Branch's deal with Arizona is worth a maximum of $10 million over two years, with $5 million in guaranteed money. Show More Summary