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.
Three overtime games in week 11 made for some big time, yet stressful NFL action.
Are you ready for the next installment of the “Twilight Zone” of the NFL?
No crystal ball, deck of tarot cards, magic mirror or fortune teller could even begin to predict what will happen in any given weekend of NFL action. It is now getting that nothing is a given, and anything really can happen on any given Sunday.
Roger Goodell may have seen his power and ego bruised earlier this season in the bounty scandal, but he still does have the health of the NFL’s players always in his sights.
There is just no way that a single person on this earth has predicted everything correctly in the NFL through the first three weeks of the season. No way.
Bizzaro World in the NFL continues to grow as the second week of this season was just incredibly strange. There was no way to predict the things that have happened so far, and it has shaken things up a bit.
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