Many superstars got traded on the first day of the new NFL league year. Of course, those include the megadeal that sent DeAndre Hopkins to Arizona for David Johnson. In addition, the Vikings traded wide receiver Stefon Diggs to the Buffalo Bills for three draft picks, including a first-round selection.… Read more
Aaron Rodgers knows the embarrassment of being the top seed in the NFC playoffs and fluffing his lines. It happened to the 15-1 Green Bay Packers following the 2011 NFL season, when the New York Giants left Lambeau Field with a 37-20 victory, en route to a second Super Bowl title in four years.
So, on the eve of Super Wildcard Weekend, what can the Seahawks do to ensure that they beat the Rams and move on and stay in the dance?
Bill Belichick's defenses can be beaten, and it's easier than you think. Sean McVay showed everybody how to do it when his Los Angeles Rams thumped Belichick's New England Patriots 24-3 on Thursday to begin Week 14.
Khalil Mack and the Chicago Bears' defense have already shut down some useful offenses en route to a surprising 5-1 start this season. They stopped Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 5 before stifling Teddy Bridgewater and the Carolina Panthers last week.
Star cornerback Jalen Ramsey has signed a five-year $105 million extension with the Los Angeles Rams.
The 2020 NFL season is less than a week away and whilst every team has aspirations of getting to the Super Bowl, only two of them will achieve that dream. Here are four teams that have to be in ‘win now’ mode.
Where will Brandin Cooks end up?
NFC West’s status as an elite division in the NFL was disputed for some time. However, these times are long gone and the Monday Night Football thriller Seahawks 27-24 overtime win over the 49ers only further proved that.
Thirteen days after being placed on the Injured Reserve list, Aqib Talib is no longer a Los Angeles Ram. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the former Broncos cornerback has been traded to the Miami Dolphins alongside a 5th-round pick, with an undisclosed future draft selection going to LA in return.
Los Angeles Rams general manager Les Snead continued to live up to his reputation as one of the most aggressive team builders in the contemporary NFL, rivalled only by his counterpart Howie Roseman in Philadelphia for his willingness to engage in blockbuster trades.
That defensive success didn’t show signs of sustainability on Sunday. In fact, it left the game to the secondary and that led to an implosion with the Bucs setting a franchise record in points scored in a 55-40 victory.
Jared Goff has just agreed to a four-year $134 million extension with the Los Angeles Rams that ties down the quarterback for six years, all the way through to 2024.
The LA Rams are a very strong football team on paper. They have talent on each side of the ball and the ability to win when it matters.
The 2019 NFL Draft has come and gone with some teams transforming their rosters through shrewd picks and draft night trades. Who had the most success?