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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.
NFL referees are on pace to smash the record for number of ejections in a season. What's driving it, and should we expect this trend to continue?
One bettor risked $1,000 on the Bills to beat the Vikings at 10-1. Another laid $66K on Bama to win the title. Here are the weekend's notable bets.
Patrick Mahomes has thrown a touchdown to nine different Chiefs through three games -- more than the team had all of last season.
The day before his three-game suspension began, Jameis Winston told Buccaneers general manager Jason Licht, "You know Fitz is going to light it up, don't you?" sources told ESPN.
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?
Lions rookie running back Kerryon Johnson had his most productive game as a pro and in the process rushed for 101 yards against the Patriots on Sunday night, ending the fourth-longest 100-yard rushing drought in NFL history.
In addition to being the only perfect team in the red zone this season, Baltimore became the first in league history to score touchdowns on its first 12 trips inside the 20-yard line.
Atlanta is hurting on defense, but what the 1-2 Falcons can do in the near future is ride a high-scoring attack to help offset those glaring issues.
Dallas couldn't convert third downs and Oakland disappeared after the half. Time to worry about the Cowboys and Raiders? NFL Nation looks at Week 3.
Does Clay Matthews have a point about the league's direction? Does Dallas need a new QB? We have answers to the big questions.
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.
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.
The latest on all the key injuries from our NFL Nation reporters, including the prognosis on each player for Week 4 and beyond.
San Francisco fears the worst about Garoppolo's injury, but the Niners will lean on Beathard, who has the faith of the locker room.
Russell Wilson's two touchdowns, improved play from the offensive line and a commitment to run complemented a familiar intensity on defense.
Showing a lack of big-play ability, Prescott and the Cowboys make far too many mistakes against Earl Thomas and the Seahawks.