There is something wrong with this picture: Patriots, Saints, Packers and Peyton Manning all at the bottom of their divisions. And things won’t get better for either New Orleans or Green Bay, who meet Sunday at Lambeau Field.
Patriots, Saints, Packers in last place (The Associated Press)
The Chargers hold a one-game lead in the AFC West, but the Chiefs have momentum after an overtime win in New Orleans. Which team will come out on top on Sunday? Scout.com team experts Nick Athan and Michael Lombardo hit all of the key topics, including Matt Cassel’s struggles, Kansas City’s defensive priorities and much more.
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Behind Enemy Lines: Chargers vs. Chiefs p. I
San Diego left tackle Jared Gaither continued to practice on a limited basis and he hopes to play Sunday at Kansas City for the first time since injur…
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Gaither longshot to play Sunday
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — Never before in Peyton Manning’s 15-year NFL career had so many passes missed their mark.
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Broncos receivers still adjusting to Manning (The Associated Press)
FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. (AP) — Atlanta Falcons defensive end John Abraham is calling his arrest on obstruction of justice charges a matter of ”bad timing.”
Falcons’ Abraham cities ‘bad timing’ on arrest (The Associated Press)
As expected, Denver linebacker Joe Mays will not play Sunday against visiting Oakland. Denver coach John Fox told reporters Thursday that Mays’ suspe…
Joe Mays’ ban upheld
In this week’s Trenches, Ephraim and I start by wrapping up the discussion about the replacement referees before getting to actual … well, OK, it to…
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The Trenches NFL Podcast: Robert Mays and Ephraim Salaam
DENVER (AP) — The men in stripes have drawn so much attention this season that some interesting developments on the football field have gone largely unnoticed, like a big spike in field goal accuracy.
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NFL kickers are off to their best start ever (The Associated Press)
DENVER (AP) — Denver coach John Fox says the NFL has denied Broncos linebacker Joe Mays’ appeal and he will miss Sunday’s game against the Raiders.
Appeal denied, Mays out for game vs Raiders (The Associated Press)