The Dallas Cowboys finally received some positive news this week, with Anthony Spencer and Justin Durant both returning for the defense.
San Francisco continues to get player back, and just in time. This week they face an Eagles team that is undefeated, and the 49ers need a win. Philadelphia will be without a few offensive lineman so San Francisco will look to take advantage and win th battle of the trenches.
The Oakland Raiders defense isn’t very good even when healthy, but with multiple injuries to key players on the defensive side of the ball, the Silver & Black may be in for a long day on Sunday in New England.
The Dallas Cowboys might be without the defenses leading tackler in their week three game with the St. Louis Rams. Here is a look at the team’s injury report.
Coming off of a huge 30-21 home victory over Seattle last Sunday before a sellout crowd, the Chargers are looking to bottle that emotion and use it again this Sunday in western New York against the 2-0 Bills.
The Dallas Cowboys lost one defensive player to injury but gained another back. Here is a look at the injury report for the Dallas Cowboys vs. Tennessee Titans week two game.
It’s only week 2 and both the 49ers and Bears are both less than 100% entering an important matchup. Outside of Anthony Davis all players are a question mark, so hopefully injuries will have a minimal effect on the outcome.
Following a 9-7 campaign in 2013, the Chargers and their fans are hoping this season brings even more success.
The Dallas Cowboys and San Francisco 49ers open their 2014 NFL season against each other on Sunday, Sept. 7, in a game with an afternoon kickoff time.
When you’re picked by everyone to finish last in your division, it’s a good thing to be heading into Week 1 of the NFL season with a healthy roster.