The battle between AFC North rivals the Baltimore Ravens and the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday night has taken a twist.
The debate over the effects of head injuries sustained by NFL players intensified on Sunday after three quarterbacks, two defensive ends and a tight end suffered game-ending concussions.
This Thursday, the Jaguars and Colts battled on prime time, which lead to a decisive 27-10 win by the Colts. While this game is not being talked about much, I felt this game really showed the state of both franchises, both heading in a completely opposite direction.
This heavyweight inter-conference matchup will be decided by how well Arian Foster fares against Chicago's swarming defense.
Richard Moore discusses one of the biggest falls from grace the NFL has ever seen, in JaMarcus Russell.
Here are five things we learned from the NFL this weekend.
The Carolina Panthers against the Washington Redskins, is being hyped as a battle between strong-armed and fleet-footed quarterbacks Cam Newton and Robert Griffin III.
When the Pittsburgh Steelers take on the New York Giants, it will be a matchup of two teams with revitalised running games. Both have turned to the ground attack to steer them through big games this season.
Geno Smith has become one of the most talked about quarterbacks in the College Football ranks this season, and has even been tipped to usurp the highly rated Matt Barkley in next year's draft by being a higher pick.
We may only be through week 8, but teams with losing records are already thinking about next year's draft picks. Who will they be considering?
The regular season ended on Sunday, which meant only one thing - Black Monday was here, and coaches around America were losing their jobs.
The final weekend of regular season action is upon us, and there are a staggering 18 teams vying for a place in the playoffs
Sunday's televised double-header saw the New Orleans Saints lose ground in the NFC South to the Carolina Panthers. That was followed by the New England Patriots brushing aside the Baltimore Ravens.