Entering Week 13, 24 teams remain in or within one game of a playoff bid.
Heading into Week 12, 23 teams are either in or within one game of a playoff bid. A marquee matchup between two old foes is rekindled on Sunday night.
Ten weeks in the books and 23 teams remain in or within one-and-a-half games of a playoff bid. Week 11 is highlighted by two marquee, prime time matchups.
Nine weeks into the season, there have been several notable turnarounds.
Only one game on the Week 9 docket features two teams with winning records, the Monday night matchup between the Bears and Packers.
And then there was one. With the Broncos falling to the Colts, only the Chiefs remain unbeaten.
The Dallas Cowboys, Detroit Lions and Miami Dolphins will travel to London next year to take part in the NFL International Series.
Here’s my take on how Week 7 plays out.
Here’s Durkin’s take on how Week 6 will play out.
After four weeks, five unbeaten teams remain. Here’s Durkin’s take on how Week 5 plays out.
The Patriots left Atlanta with a 4-0 record, but the victory came with a price.
After a wild Week 3, seven undefeated teams remain.
The league-wide air raid continues. There have been 23 individual 300-yard performances through two weeks, tying an NFL record.
Flying pig skins filled the air in the opening weekend of NFL action. A record-setting 63 touchdown passes were thrown in Week 1. Here’s my take on how Week 2 will play out.
It’s here. It’s finally here. The NFL is back!
Atlanta Hawks coach Mike Budenholzer has apologized for his arrest on a driving under the influence of alcohol charge.
Quarterback Matt Ryan set five Falcons single-season passing records. While impressive, it made the Falcons one-dimensional, relying too much on their aerial attack. With the addition of All-Pro running back Steven Jackson, the Falcons can now be dangerous both through the air and on the ground.
So let’s mock some folks who assess talent based on preseason spurts, shall we?
A jubilant Brian Banks described his preseason debut with the Atlanta Falcons as “better than any roller-coaster ride you can ever get on.”
Pro Bowl quarterback Matt Ryan and the Atlanta Falcons have agreed to terms on a five-year contract extension.