Today's NFL – Super Bowl News
Arizona Cardinals running back Jonathan Dwyer is the most recent NFL player to find himself on the police blotter. According to FoxNews.com, Dwyer was arrested on Wednesday, September 17th and charged with three counts: aggravated assault causing a fracture
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers (0-2) will head to Atlanta to take on the Falcons (1-1) on Thursday night. The Bucs were unable to successfully defend their home field in either of their first two games, losing to the Carolina
Seattle Seahawks Dethroned After Week 2 Defeat: 1. Denver Broncos (2-0): Denver takes over the spot of number one since they took care of business in Week 2 against divisional rival Kansas City. Denver mustered up a last minute
Josh McCown and the Bucs have gone down twice. Historically speaking, 0-2 starts have usually meant no playoffs in the NFL.
Despite being without the services of Pro-Bowl passer Cam Newton, the Carolina Panthers (1-0) were able to defeat the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (0-1) last week, 20-14 at Raymond James Stadium. Fortunately for the Bucs, they will remain at home
Are the Seattle Seahawks Still King of the Hill? 1. Seattle Seahawks (1-0): The Seahawks successfully defended its home turf on the NFL’s opening night vs Green Bay. A convincing victory got their season off to a sizzling start.
Carolina Panthers QB Cam Newton sustained a hairline fracture of his ribs during the Panther’s August 22nd contest against New England. After missing Carolina’s preseason finale against Pittsburgh, Newton will be a game time decision for the season opener
5 new teams will make the playoffs, but Tom Brady and the Pats will get another shot at Richard Sherman and the defending champion Seahawks in Super Bowl 49.
The NFL returns this week and it’s time to get “Back to Football.” That means the next five months will be packed with the sizzle and suspense that comes only with the National Football League. America’s favorite sport roars
Who Will Dethrone the Seahawks? 1. Seattle Seahawks: The Legion of Boom defense looks to defend its NFL crown starting this Thursday night against a healthy Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers. Mistake-free quarterback play from Russell Wilson