The NFL is looking to make its global following much bigger than it already is, but they’ve got to have some things straightened out before people will accept it. That includes having some incredibly strange happenings going on around the different teams.
Teams are competing for playoff positioning now, as a number of them believe they’ve already got a clear-cut path to the postseason. It always appears though, that it is the teams that have next to nothing to lose that are playing at their best as the season begins to round a corner toward the end.
While the weekend’s action brought about a lot of rare occurrences and big-time happenings, there were also a number of situations that turned rather ugly. If there is an NFL weekend that includes a complaint filed against one’s own team, a player entering rehab, and a starting quarterback getting injured, then it’s not the best weekend in the world.
The NFL isn’t always fun and games as sometimes it can lead to some scary, frightening and downright sad situations. This week was filled with court cases, injuries and Europe getting NFL action that they may not even want anymore.
The Cleveland Browns may finally realize that it is time to cut ties as Brandon Weeden is not the answer. Brandon Meriweather appealed to the masses and semi-won. The Dallas Cowboys may end up traveling to London to take on the hapless Jacksonville Jaguars. You never really know what will happen in the NFL day to day.
With their first two-game winning streak of the season, the San Diego Chargers head into their bye week on a high note, this after Sunday’s 24-6 win at Jacksonville.
The San Diego Chargers had plenty of reasons to come out flat in Jacksonville.
As most followers of the San Diego Chargers can tell you, they are never quite sure which team is going to show up week in and week out.
With the seemingly incomparable and record-setting offense set to square off against the monumentally futile Jacksonville Jaguars this week, the line of Denver -28 ties a record for the biggest spread ever set.
Five games into this NFL season, some San Diego Charger fans may already be looking towards the 2014 season. Is that realistic?
The NFL just gets really strange sometimes, but it never ceases to amaze you. Just five weeks into the season: Josh Freeman is a Viking, Eli Manning says he isn’t “lousy,” and the Broncos and Jaguars are waging war on Twitter.
With four weeks in the books for the 2013 NFL season, there are a small handful of undefeated teams still out there. Believe it or not, there are actually still four winless teams, and three of them are completely shocking.
Most players in the NFL like to talk a good bit and let the world know just how great they are. Then there are those that sit back, do their job, and lead their team from the inside.
The San Diego Chargers claimed wide receiver and kick returner Michael Spurlock off waivers from Jacksonville on Wednesday and waived running back Curtis Brinkley.
Kendrys Morales and the Angels have been waiting for this day for a long time.