Injuries are truly crippling some teams in the NFL as the season begins its ride toward the playoffs. One player will finally be on the field for his new team and he’ll ironically face his old team. A Houston Texan is done for the year and won’t have to suffer much longer. In Green Bay, the Packers are dealing with a problem that they haven’t had in decades.
All news about NFL isn’t always about football, and doesn’t always have to do with the action that takes place on the field. A couple of coaches dealt with some scares over the weekend. A teammate made another feel like an outsider. And a murder from years ago finally gets a conviction.
There were a large number of injuries in Week 7 of the 2013 NFL season, and some of them proved to be quite serious. Some teams are really worried though because a few of the injuries happened to back-up players that were already filling in for injured starters.
There are some strange and sad things going on in the NFL, and it is only Week 3 of the 2013 NFL season. A 49er vows to fix his substance abuse problem. The Cleveland Browns are already looking past the current season and sadly, a loss has been felt in the organization of the Arizona Cardinals.
The Houston Texans have long seen their offense strike when the iron is hot and consistently run up the score, but they’ve needed the defense to keep the lead. With some players leaving and others are not living up to the hype, J.J. Watt brings the whole package to a team that is getting better every season.
Bill Cowher likes his desk job, Brian Kelly likes school, and the All-Pro team offers little surprise.
Round two of the NFL playoffs has arrived, and things are going to get even more intense. All four games look as if they will be exciting, so let’s see how messed up these picks can be.
The six teams that will be representing the AFC in the playoffs are already decided and in, but that doesn’t mean they can just take off the final week of the season.
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.