Andrew Luck didn’t play the entire 2017 season, and now his Colts are back in the playoff mix. Deshaun Watson tore an ACL for the second time in his career, and now his Texans are atop the AFC South. Both are prime candidates to win NFL Comeback Player of the Year
With John DeFilippo fired, the NFL should think outside of the box for its next wave of coaching candidates. Why not reach out to guys like Washington State’s Mike Leach, or Calgary Stampeders’ Dave Dickenson?
Over the last few weeks, it's clear that Cam Newton has been struggling with his shoulder strength, unable to throw deep. How does this impact a Carolina team still very much in contention for the playoffs?
Shortly after Reuben Foster was claimed by Washington on Tuesday, the NFL placed him on the Commissioner’s Exempt List—a list that’s supposed to be utilized for players under special circumstances, but has lately become a haven for guys facing domestic violence charges. A possible fix? Count players on the list toward the 53-man roster.
Something else that Monday night’s game between Jared Goff’s Rams and Patrick Mahomes’s Chiefs emphasized: Quarterbacks who played in spread offenses in college can transition just fine to the NFL game.
Monday night’s thriller between the Rams and the Chiefs was even more than the high-powered game everyone expected it to be—and the game’s relocation from Mexico City to Los Angeles made for a powerful moment in the wake of the area’s recent tragedies.