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- 8/21W 30-3
- 8/28W 17-12
- 9/12W 27-13
- 9/19W 23-13
- 9/26W 26-0
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- 10/10L 27-19
- 10/17L 34-24
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Teddy Bridgewater returned from a lower right leg injury to help lead the Broncos to a victory over division rival Los Angeles.
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The NFL has made changes to its schedule, flexing out the Sunday night game in Week 13 and moving two games to Saturday in Week 15.
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The Patriots jumped the Bills in the AFC East, the Cardinals extended their NFC West lead and the Titans stayed atop the AFC despite a loss. Here is the current postseason outlook.
The Denver Broncos and wide receiver Courtland Sutton have agreed to a four-year extension worth just under $61 million and including $34.9 million guaranteed, sources confirmed to ESPN.
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There are a handful of current teams with elite triple-threats at wide receiver. Football Outsiders help us ranks the best of all time.
Let's run through races in the NFC South, AFC West and AFC North and identify what's driving them with seven weeks remaining.
Elite edge rushers, stalwart offensive tackles and just a so-so quarterback class. Jordan Reid projects the top 32 picks in April's draft.
Kevin Byard and the Titans can't wait for the Pats, next week is key for the Daniel Jones and the Giants, while K.C. and Travis Kelce want a rematch with the Chargers.
Teddy Bridgewater said he should've have laid it all on the line instead of letting Darius Slay run by him on his 83-yard fumble return for a TD.
Rex Ryan helps us understand how to manage the roller coaster that is Baker Mayfield. Plus, Mike White falls back to earth for the Jets.
|1(9)||Pat Surtain II||CB||Alabama|
|2(3)||Javonte Williams||RB||North Carolina|
|3(35)||Quinn Meinerz||OG||Wisc. Whitewater|
|3(42)||Baron Browning||OLB||Ohio State|
|7(9)||Kary Vincent Jr.||CB||LSU|
|7(11)||Jonathon Cooper||DE||Ohio State|
|7(26)||Marquiss Spencer||DE||Mississippi State|