The Los Angeles Chargers may be 0-2 but quarterback Philip Rivers isn’t panicking about the early hole the team finds themselves in this season. Coming off close losses to the Denver Broncos and Miami Dolphins, Rivers is completely confident in his team’s ability to be a factor this season. “We have 14 games left, and I just know the years we have been on runs,” Rivers said, via Dan Greenspan of the Associated Press.
The Arizona Cardinals finally get to play a home game. Following two preseason road games and two more away from home to start the regular season, the Cardinals are back in Arizona on Monday night against Dallas. Arizona season ticket holders see a way to make back most or all of their investment by selling tickets to the game for Dallas fans.
Remember Margus Hunt and Domata Peko? Cincinnati Bengals fans know the drill. Hunt never showed much of anything outside of preseason flashes over the course of his time with the team despite eye-catching upside. Peko remained a key leader in the locker room, yet his run-stuffing prowess faded as he aged. Now both look good in new locales. For Hunt, said locale is with the Indianapolis Colts. He’s taking snaps as a 4-3 defensive end and doing quite well so far, as Matt Whitson noted: Sometimes a change of scenery is all it takes for a player to find a role suitable to his talents. As for Peko, he’s a rotational player with the Denver Broncos. Like Hunt, he’s seeing notable early production in