The Seattle Seahawks defeated the Los Angeles Rams for the first time since October 2017. Seattle snapped a three-game losing streak against its NFC West rival with a 30-29 victory in Thursday’s showdown
In fantasy football, the sleeper can be the gift that keeps on giving—provided you know which ones to pick. It's an inexact science at best and a guessing game at worst, but the payoff can be massive.
With the first bye weeks of 2019 coming in Week 4, you may be looking to start some players off your bench or even off the waiver wire. Fortunately, quarterback shouldn't be an issue for most this week.
Is Freddie Kitchens already being set up as the fall guy in Cleveland? Is Jacoby Brissett better than anyone expected? And is the only hope for Washington change at the top? All that and more in this 10-Point
Week 3 of the 2019 NFL season belongs to the backups. Between a rash of injuries and a changing of the guard in New York, a slew of former clipboard-holders will be taking snaps. What does that mean for
PULLMAN, Wash. – Gardner Minshew isn’t really surprised at how well he’s done so far in the NFL. But he also can’t quite believe how cool it is to get paid to play football as the starting quarterback
Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said Friday the team isn't interested in signing wide receiver Antonio Brown following his release from the New England Patriots. Carroll, who previously confirmed
Week 3 of the NFL season got off to an interesting, if unexciting start. Thursday night's game between the Jacksonville Jaguars and the Tennessee Titans was—as has become par for the course for short-schedule
Tom Brady is understandably excited about the New England Patriots' signing of Antonio Brown, but he acknowledged there is work to be done for the seven-time Pro Bowler to get acclimated. "There was a
The Kansas City Chiefs will likely avoid having to place injured wide receiver Tyreek Hill on the injured reserve/designated to return list. Sam Mellinger of the Kansas City Star reported the news, adding
Following the Dolphins' 59-10 defeat to the Baltimore Ravens, Pro Football Talk's Mike Florio reported "multiple Dolphins players contacted their agents after Sunday's season-opening blowout loss and them