The NFL has reached its halfway point and still many questions remain unanswered. Can anyone but the Giants compete in the NFC East? Are the Falcons too good to lose?
RG3 was great once again and yet the Redskins dropped to 3-4. The Redskins are living proof that one man doesn't make a team.
The Ravens finally seemed to be getting healthy with Terrell Suggs' imminent return when last week against Dallas both Ray Lewis and LarDarius Webb went down with serious injuries.
Now that the Nationals' and Orioles' seasons have been abruptly ended, local sports fans will be looking to the Redskins and Ravens for hope.
A week of boring match-ups is to come but Peyton Manning vs. Tom Brady will liven it up. It may not be the same as in years past but it should be interesting to watch.
The New York Jets' offense hit rock bottom this past week when they were shutout 34-0 by the San Francisco 49ers. Quarterback Mark Sanchez posted a dismal 2.8 quarterback rating and completed less than half of his passes.
It is about time. Three weeks of missed calls and unruly play was enough to get Roger Goodell and the NFL to finally finish their failure of an experiment with replacement referees.
Week two showed that nobody is invincible as the Ravens, Patriots, Jets and Broncos tallied their first loss of the season. Here are our picks for Week 3.
A lot happened week one, but the question is what was a predictor of things to come and what was a result of a lot of luck (Kevin Ogletree) or not enough luck (Eli Manning).
The NFL is back and after an offseason, which included the uncovering of a bounty scandal, an unresolved labor dispute with the referees union and an unending array of lawsuits filed against the league, we need football more than ever.
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