Good Morning, Broncos fans! It was a mostly dull Sunday in the NFL, with 7 of the 11 games decided by 13 or more points (the Thursday game makes 8 of 12).
Of the eight, only San Diego (33) scored fewer than 38 points, with four of them tallying that very number.
The night game was perhaps the most surprising, with Dallas (3-1) mauling New Orleans (1-3) to the tune of 38-17.
The Chargers (3-1) pulled a half-game ahead of the idle Broncos (2-1) with a 33-14 thrashing of the visiting Jaguars (0-4).
Philip Rivers threw for 377 yards and three touchdowns, including two to former friend Eddie Royal.
John Fox may drive us batty with his fourth-down decisions, but at least he's not Rex Ryan.
Down seven points to Detroit with under four minutes remaining, facing a fourth-and-two with two timeouts in hand, Ryan opted to punt.
Enjoy the games, and Go Jacksonville (at San Diego)!
Good Morning, Broncos fans! Just three weeks into the season, the seats below a pair of head coaches are already said to be getting quite hot.
In Miami, Joe Philbin apparently pissed off both his bosses and his charges by recently letting Ryan Tannehill twist in the wind a bit.
Philbin chose not to clarify that Tannehill remained his starting quarterback, even while the third-year player continued to take first-team reps.
Good Morning, Broncos fans! Given the recent uproar over how the NFL has handled domestic violence, it would figure that changes are on the way.
According to Mike Freeman, there's growing support for having former players mete out punishments for off-field transgressions.
Freeman says it appears likely that domestic violence arrests will lead to players being deactivated with pay while their cases are investigated by the league.
Happy Friday, Broncos fans! For the fourth straight week, Thursday Night Football was a dud.
Each game has been a blowout, but for the first time, the road team emerged victorious.
The Giants thrashed Washington 45-14 behind five touchdowns from Eli Manning - four passing, and one rushing.
An anonymous law enforcement official says he sent the Ray Rice elevator video to the attention of NFL security director Jeffrey Miller in April.
The report is a followup to the AP story which asserted a woman at the NFL had acknowledged having received and viewed the now infamous video.