Bruce Arians made many moves to overhaul the Tampa Bay Buccaneers after taking over in 2019. Signing Tom Brady wasn't Arians' best move. Nor was hauling Rob Gronkowski out of retirement.
Andy Reid's a pragmatist. He saw how teams were beginning to slow down Patrick Mahomes and the explosive Kansas City Chiefs passing game.
Aaron Rodgers vs. Tom Brady. It's the essential debate about what makes a truly great NFL quarterback. Talent or titles?
Mike Zimmer had no business going for it on 4th-and-inches deep in Seattle Seahawks' territory, no matter what the numbers say.
Matt Rhule joining the Carolina Panthers barely registered as a blip when the NFL's coaching carousel took its annual turn at the end of last season.
Bill Belichick doesn't lose often, but he knows you can learn more in defeat. Belichick and the New England Patriots found the perfect way to stop Patrick Mahomes, despite losing 26-10 to the Kansas City Chiefs on Monday night.
Bill O'Brien held every football job that matters for the Houston Texans, but a dodgy offseason doomed him. The Texans fired O'Brien on Monday after an 0-4 start, but the problems won't end there for the AFC South franchise.
Stopping the most dynamic quarterback in the NFL. Keeping the game's premier deep threat under wraps. Blanking a record-breaking tight end. Controlling the clock.
Week 4's Sunday Night Football matchup between the Philadelphia Eagles and San Francisco 49ers wasn't supposed to look this meh. Injuries are to blame, with both teams ravaged to the bare bones at key positions.
Fans of the Pittsburgh Steelers, New England Patriots, and Buffalo Bills may not like it, but the two best teams in the AFC meet on Monday Night Football in Week 3.
Aaron Rodgers taking on Drew Brees would guarantee a shootout under normal circumstances. But in an NFL season stranger than most because of the impact of Covid-19, Week 3's meeting between two of the game's greatest quarterbacks on Sunday Night Football is likely to be determined by other players.
There's a lot to love about the matchup between the New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks on Sunday Night Football. Choosing a winner at CenturyLink Field is a tricky business, but there are three things each team needs to get right in Week 2.