Week 2 of the 2013 NFL season brought about so many close games that fans didn’t have a clue which game to tune into so they could get the best action. Now, Week 3 has come and gone, and it was full of so many upsets that no one knew what was going on or who to believe in.
The 2013 NFL season is only one week old, and there are already lots of new happenings and some things that seem to never change. One old Giant could land back in the blue of New York. Super Bowl suite prices are far too high. And one Lion is looking familiar troubles in the face already.
The first week of the NFL season often brings forth a lot of info about how the rest of the year could go. It shines the light on those that look like contenders and focuses on those that are pretenders. Week one also brings about injuries that could really hurt a team for the rest of the season.
Riley Reiff, a former first round pick, is stepping into the starting lineup to replace a stalwart Lion. Is he up to the task? The entire team and fans certainly hope so.
One NFL players is just breaking record after record. Another NFL player would just like to break into the starting line-up, period.
This is the NFL, right? There is no way that teams daring to call themselves pros should ever experience losses like this.
Injuries can cause an NFL team’s entire season to go down in flames. Sometimes, it is better if they happen early in the year because recoveries or replacements are possible. Injuries happening just before the playoffs though can cause a team to go straight into panic mode.
Michael Vick is done for the year. The San Francisco 49ers have a QB battle going on as the playoffs near. Bob Costas is advocating gun control on a live television broadcast. What the heck is going on in the NFL?
The Detroit Lions suffered the wrath of a very strangle rule, and the NFL is now willing to give that rule a second look.
The Houston Texans battled the Detroit Lions on Thanksgiving Day, but it sure seemed more like a Halloween spirit was around instead of a stuffed turkey.