There is a lot of anger going around in the NFL lately, and some of it is quite justified. Some of it, on the other hand, is just incredibly strange and uncalled for.
With the midway point of the season almost here, the AFC is a strange place to be. On Sunday, the Patriots welcomed back Rob Gronkowski, but lost their second game of the season. The fans of the Indianapolis Colts welcomed back their shunned quarterback. Finally, the Kansas City Chiefs remained unbeaten.
So Brandon Weeden has had his Browns’ job put up on Craigslist. Josh Freeman has a new job and will be the third starting quarterback for the Minnesota Vikings this season. The main story here is Colts owner Jim Irsay insulted one of the top quarterbacks in the history of football.
With the Colts and Broncos squaring off this week on Sunday Night Football, some are wondering if Indy, at home with a 4-2 record, can deal the juggernaut Broncos their very first loss of the season. Is this the week Denver falls?
If the San Diego Chargers beat winless Jacksonville on Sunday, they’ll be above .500 for the first time this season.
Coming into their Monday Night Football contest with the AFC South leading Indianapolis Colts, the San Diego Chargers averted a last-minute blackout in their hometown.
Philip Rivers and the San Diego Chargers kept Andrew Luck on the sideline most of the night, giving the Indianapolis Colts quarterback no chance at another comeback.
Five games into this NFL season, some San Diego Charger fans may already be looking towards the 2014 season. Is that realistic?
Losses are always tough to take in the NFL, but especially when they come against your rival, a team on paper that you in all likelihood should beat more times than not.
Week five of the 2013 NFL season proved a lot, and it came along with some of the best games of the season. There were three that stood out though, and all involved undefeated teams at the start of Sunday, but not by the end of the day.
The Indianapolis Colts are looking to continue moving forward in a rebuilding phase that moved forward about five years in just one season, but some pieces are still missing. That missing puzzle piece may have been found in running back Ahmad Bradshaw, who still has a lot of gas in the tank.
Chargers defensive coordinator John Pagano spoke publicly for the first time Thursday about his brother Chuck, the Indianapolis Colts’ head coach who was diagnosed with a treatable form of Leukemia last week.
Football is back, and not a moment too soon. Here are the five must-watch match-ups for the upcoming 2012 NFL season.
Rob Lowe is taking on another role — pigskin prognosticator. The actor lit up social media Wednesday when he tweeted that Peyton Manning was done.
The Indianapolis Colts still aren’t sure whether Peyton Manning needs a second surgery on his injured neck — or how much more time he’ll miss.