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The Bears have bolstered their defense and added to their offense, but they will go only as far as second-year QB Mitchell Trubisky can take them.
Jacksonville Jaguars starting left tackle Cam Robinson has a torn ACL in his left knee, ESPN has confirmed.
Green Bay has piled up roughing-the-passer penalties at an alarming rate through two games, leading to some frustration on how to handle QBs.
Is Patrick Mahomes the next great QB? Are the Rams the NFC's best? We have verdicts on the league's biggest questions.
With 21 roughing the passer penalties through 31 games, the league is on an unprecedented pace for the season. Players seem unclear on what's next.
In "win-now" mode, the Giants selected the star RB instead of a quarterback in April. A bad move since they aren't close to being title material.
Dak Prescott avoided mistakes in the Cowboys' win over the Giants, going without an interception and was not sacked, days after Giants safety Landon Collins said their plan was to take Ezekiel Elliot out of the game in order to pressure Prescott.
Dallas sacked Eli Manning six times, including five times off blitzes, as the Cowboys now can depend on their defense to win games.
Blake Bortles is good. Patrick Mahomes is better. And a player retired at halftime. The NFL has been wildly entertaining through two weeks.
Broncos punter Marquette King, who was released by the Raiders in March, appeared to take aim at his former coach Jon Gruden in a video posted to Twitter that featured a Chucky doll with money stuffed in its mouth.
Contenders were dealt wake-up calls on Sunday, as the Eagles, Pats and Steelers all entered the loss column. NFL Nation breaks down Week 2.
Changes to the Arizona Cardinals' lineup could be coming next week in the wake of Sunday's 34-0 loss to the Los Angeles Rams, coach Steve Wilks said after the game.
Lions defensive back Quandre Diggs says a holding call against him that negated a potentially game-changing interception was "awful" because it wasn't holding and it was away from the ball. "I don't feel like you make that call at the end," Diggs said.
Minnesota place kicker Daniel Carlson says this third miss of Sunday's tie, which would have given the Vikings a win over the Packers "was probably more just confidence after missing twice early. That's frustrating. That shorter one I should never miss."
The Jaguars improved to 2-0 after their quarterback played the best game of his career in a crucial home win against the Patriots.
Saints receiver Michael Thomas set another NFL mark with 28 catches through the first two weeks of the season -- including two touchdowns in the fourth quarter of Sunday's come-from-behind win over the Browns.
Matthews was flagged for a hit on Kirk Cousins, whose deep throw was picked off by rookie Jaire Alexander -- a play that would have given Aaron Rodgers the ball back with 1:37 left and a 29-21 lead.
Detroit Lions All-Pro cornerback Darius Slay left Sunday's game against San Francisco with a concussion and was ruled out while LeGarrette Blount was ejected for leaving the bench area and shoving the 49ers' Elijah Lee.
The latest on all the big injuries from our NFL Nation reporters, including the prognosis on each player for Week 3 and beyond.
Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson used every bit of the remaining 17 seconds in Sunday's 20-17 loss, completing a pass to DeAndre Hopkins as time ran out. "You can sit back and sit in your seats and say that I needed to throw the ball away," Watson said.