Tom Brady had just hit Danny Amendola for an 11-yard touchdown pass. The Patriots were up 14-0 on the hapless Eagles, a team that had given up 45 points in consecutive weeks. It looked like New England were headed for their 11th win of the season.
All they do is win. And dance.
Before all the Super Bowls, the MVPs and the all-time passing-yardage record, which he broke on Sunday afternoon, Peyton Manning threw a touchdown on his first NFL pass.
The New England Patriots – currently riding high at 8-0 – have suffered a blow to their offense with reports that their versatile running back Dion Lewis has torn his ACL and will miss the rest of the season.
The doubters were out in full force coming into Sunday night’s game: Peyton Manning just didn’t have it any more. The oddsmakers had even made the 6-0 Broncos home underdogs against the similarly undefeated Packers.
The vice president of America's NFL has confirmed he is exploring the possibility of bringing the sport to West Ham United's new Olympic Stadium home.
At Wembley on Sunday two of the smallest and most inconsequential NFL teams of the past decade, the Jacksonville Jaguars and the Buffalo Bills, played out a minor classic in front of 84,000 people.
The NFL has signed a new deal with Wembley to play at least two games a year at the stadium until the end of the decade, as it continues to slowly build towards a full-time franchise in London.
This was not Peyton Manning’s greatest day. The Denver Broncos quarterback had three passes intercepted on Sunday, including one that was returned for a touchdown. But even in imperfection he found a way to keep the Broncos perfect.
An NFL wake-up call: During the 2016 Super Bowl, Denver Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib will don a high-tech helmet to safeguard against head injury.
Above .500 and tied atop the NFC East at 6-5, the Cowboys seem to have found momentum at just the right time, and have the perfect opportunity to maintain it against a Raiders outfit that have been decidedly abject on the road in 2013.
Richard Moore asks is the fading Dallas Cowboys can lift themselves against the woeful Redskins defense.
Here are the best highlights of week 11 with a great catch and run by Arizona Cardinals' wide out Michael Floyd.
Junior Seau became the eighth member of the '94 San Diego Chargers team to have died last week, leading one teammate to declare they are 'cursed'.
Cam Newton believes that race influences the way he is perceived by sections of the public.
The San Francisco 49ers were labeled as the Super Bowl favourites even before they took the field in preseason.
It appears the New York Jets and Ryan Fitzpatrick have finally settled a saga that was beginning to rival Deflategate in the NFL’s annals of tedium.
Andrew Luck, the Indianapolis Colts’ quarterback, has signed a contract extension through 2021, which, reports suggest, will make him the highest-paid player in the NFL.
Von Miller has signed a blockbuster $114.5m contract with the Denver Broncos that includes $70m in guarantees and makes him the highest-paid nonquarterback in NFL history.
The Dallas Cowboys were left for dead when Tony Romo went down in the preseason. They already had so many holes, especially on their defense, that the thought of giving the team to a rookie quarterback seemed disastrous. How would Dallas survive with Dak Prescott as their leader?
Colin Kaepernick finds himself a less isolated figure these days.
New York Giants president John Mara defended the team’s decision to re-sign Josh Brown despite the kicker’s alleged history of domestic violence and 2015 arrest following an incident with his then-wife.