Marcus Lattimore's prospective NFL career was ruined when he suffered devastating injuries in a College Football match at the weekend.
With the recent extension of the trade deadline going from week 6 to week 8, NFL general mangers now have more time to make a move for a playoff push.
Ali Babakarkhil takes a look at the growing populaity of NFL in the UK, in the light of last night's regular season game at Wembley.
The Arsenal majority shareholder saw his Rams trounced at Wembley, the same fate as the Manchester United owner suffered a year ago; but that was not the half of it...
Most of the attention on the sixth NFL regular season game to be played at Wembley, will be on star New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and his counterpart, youthful St. Louis Rams passer, Sam Bradford.
Richard Moore delivers everything you need to know ahead of the NFL's Wembley hosted regular season game between the New England Patriots and the 'home' side, the St Louis Rams.
Part two of our weekly power rankings, looking at the teams who lurch from needing improvement to those sinking right to the bottom of the pile.
If week 6 was filled with unpredictability, week 7 returned us to business as usual. The teams that had established themselves in the best of the league continued as such. The rest of the league should take note off the Packers who are starting to get stronger and stronger week-on-week and could be a genuine threat if they are able to make it into the playoffs. However, as things stand now, this is how I rate the teams in the league:
“A hit is a Hit!!” exclaimed Herman ‘Hesh’ Rabkin in the direction of Christopher Moltisanti, during a Sopranos episode of the same name, and though we may reference fictional characters, which are referencing the quality, or lack thereof, of music, the title remains thematically poignant, as the NFL has embraced this notion with ruthless abandon…
After the first 5 weeks we were able to gauge an expectation for every team in the league. Week 6 took those expectations and threw them out the window. There were unexpected results throughout, but it was the win of the number 1 ranked defence over the number 1 ranked offense that caused the biggest shift in the power rankings. The other power shifts can be tracked below in my assessment of this week’s rankings.
We are set for a dream Championship weekend as the Denver Broncos host the New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks tackle the San Francisco 49ers.
New Washington Redskins head coach Jay Gruden's top priority is to fix quarterback Robert Griffin III.
Divisional Round Preview, plus all news from around the league.