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Carolina (6-3) has done a good job of bouncing back since coach Ron Rivera took over in 2011, regardless of whether they are a playoff team or not.
The Bengals have fired defensive coordinator Teryl Austin, a source told ESPN's Josina Anderson, hours after they allowed 51 points in a loss to the Saints.
The veteran quarterback is guaranteed only of starting Monday night in San Francisco, but if he continues to struggle the future is unclear.
We've just passed midseason, but teams such as the Giants and 49ers should be gearing up to find the prospects to rebuild their teams.
The Steelers are a better team with the All-Pro, but they still have the playmakers, surging defense and playoff path to finish in Atlanta without him.
In a wide-ranging interview with ESPN after a 20-6 loss to the Chargers on Sunday, Raiders owner Mark Davis accepted blame for the team's poor season.
Elliott was able to gain over 150 yards against an elite run defense as the Cowboys notched their first road win and kept slim playoff hopes alive.
Rams receiver Cooper Kupp suffered a knee injury in Sunday's win over the Seahawks, and coach Sean McVay wasn't optimistic after the game. "I don't think it's good," McVay said.
Is the Chicago QB's sophomore leap just as impressive as Goff's stellar second season? We take on Week 10's biggest questions.
The former high school hurdles champ once again used his track skills on the football field to leap over an Eagles defender.
Rams quarterback Jared Goff hoped when Sean McVay relayed the "Halle Berry" playcall that the stadium would be quiet enough for the actress to hear it on TV. Mission accomplished.
Now 1-8 and heading toward the No. 1 overall pick, the Raiders are playing with house money and it's showing.
David Johnson, Nick Chubb and Aaron Jones were the standouts on a running back-dominated Sunday, and Christian McCaffrey's big game on Thursday only cemented the position's stronghold on Week 10 in the NFL.
The Rams might have lost one of their top playmakers with a huge game against the Chiefs on deck. Here's the latest on every big injury from the weekend.
An adult fan is in critical condition after falling from a seating area in the lower bowl during the Tennessee Titans' game against the New England Patriots on Sunday, police in Nashville said.
Having entered on a six-game winning streak, the Patriots fall to 7-3, while the Kansas City Chiefs improved to 9-1.
The Titans' offense is humming, thanks to the Mariota's growing assertiveness, just in time to make a playoff push.
The SuperBook at Westgate Las Vegas on Sunday opened the Chiefs-Rams over/under at 64, which, if it holds, would be the highest since at least 1986, according to ESPN Stats and Information.
After a mass shooting and wildfires near their home, the Rams beat the Seahawks in an emotional week.
After its latest loss, Jacksonville is last in the AFC South and winless in three division games, but optimistic it can still make a playoff push.