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The Chiefs are 3-0 and scoring at will. Here are the lessons the NFL can learn from Kansas City's record-setting start.
With media days in full swing across the league, and with plenty of new faces in new places, who are the best and worst teams heading into camp?
The American League might be riding high, but the National League teams that must win or go home will command center stage.
Alabama got better, new coaches got humbled, and Dan Mullen got down. We're one-third of the way through the season, so let's review what's happened.
With seven days left to play, only one NL team has clinched a playoff spot. From the races to be decided to the award chases, here's your guide to the homestretch.
Just like the nearby Palace of Versailles, the host venue for this year's Ryder Cup was created to attract attention and dazzle the world.
This week, France becomes only the second country in mainland Europe to host the Ryder Cup, but Parisian hearts and minds are still to be won over by golf.
L.A. appears to be better than the Rockies in every way, yet the NL West race is going down to the wire. Can the Dodgers seal the deal?
This was the type of game the Lions hired Matt Patricia for in the first place, and he delivered with perhaps the team's best win in five years.
When a team doesn't respond the way it swears it has to all week, it's fair to question the coach. Is Bill Belichick's message getting across?
Does Clay Matthews have a point about the league's direction? Does Dallas need a new QB? We have answers to the big questions.
Dallas couldn't convert third downs, and Oakland disappeared after the half. NFL Nation looks at Week 3.
USADA announced last week Jon Jones can return to competition in late October after a 15-month suspension. Was that enough?
Two no-shows at practice. Two interceptions versus Dallas. It was a bizarre week for Seahawks S Earl Thomas, who says he expects a fine for missing practice. "I'm invested in myself. If they was invested in me, I would be out there practicing," he said.
Ezekiel Elliott, who finished with 127 yards on 16 carries and whose 7.9 yards per rush were the second-best of his career, nevertheless took the onus for a loss to the Seahawks. "I got to do a better job of taking care of the ball," he said.
The latest on all the key injuries from our NFL Nation reporters, including the prognosis on each player for Week 4 and beyond.
The Eagles quarterback plays daredevil football, and he didn't shy away in his first game back since suffering a torn ACL last December.
Rookie quarterback Josh Rosen replaced starter Sam Bradford in the fourth quarter Sunday with the Cardinals trailing by two, but the former UCLA star couldn't get the job done as Arizona dropped to 0-3.