Tampa Bay returns much of its Super Bowl-winning roster, but Aaron Rodgers and Davante Adams have Jordan-and-Pippen-style title dreams for Green Bay.
If the draft last week revealed anything, it was that there’s no tactful way to replace a healthy starting quarterback.
“I want to preach myself into a Super Bowl ring.”
The Colts are favored on the road in Pittsburgh, the Rams will try to stay alive in Seattle and a frozen matchup between Tennessee and Green Bay should still have plenty of offense.
The Chiefs did not need perfection to win, the Steelers are on a losing streak and the N.F.C. East remained wide open.
The Dolphins face their biggest test yet in the Chiefs and the Steelers, after an 11-0 start, are trying to avoid a losing streak.
The Jets found a new way to lose, the Saints continued to roll and the Browns held on for a huge win over the Titans.
The Titans demolished the Colts, the Chiefs won again and the Broncos, with no quarterback, were crushed in a week defined as much by the coronavirus as the action on the field.
Buffalo’s offense exploded against Seattle, the Ravens and the Chiefs held on for wins and Dalvin Cook continued to dominate.
Dalvin Cook shredded the Packers, the Steelers stayed undefeated and Joe Burrow and the Bengals shocked Tennessee.
Diggs has powered Buffalo’s high-powered offense. But Justin Jefferson, selected with a pick acquired in the Diggs trade, has been nearly as good for Minnesota.
The Seahawks and Vikings may rack up points and the Colts and Browns will square off in a battle of second-tier contenders. That is, if the N.F.L. plays through coronavirus setbacks.
The league announced it would move the game, scheduled for Sunday, to Monday or Tuesday to allow for more daily testing of team personnel.
The Tennessee Titans and Minnesota Vikings are the N.F.L.’s first teams to halt operations after eight members of the Titans received positive tests.
The Saints and the Vikings became the latest teams to invest in the run, signing Alvin Kamara and Dalvin Cook to five-year deals. They are likely to experience buyer’s remorse sooner rather than later.
With newfound momentum on social justice causes, players around the league have many opinions on what comes next. But most agree that the N.F.L. must recognize Colin Kaepernick.
Toby Gerhart, a former N.F.L. running back, reflects on how he went from one in a million to one of a million.
Though professional and armchair analysts probably won’t get many picks correct, mock drafts sometimes consolidate around a few safe bets.