Tartt and Coyle each left the game to be evaluated for head injuries before being ruled out for the remainder of the game. Tartt was accidentally kicked in the back of the head by defensive tackle Earl Mitchell in the third quarter. Shanahan said after the game it was a concussion as well.
As ESPN viewers watch the kickoff to next week’s “Monday Night Football” game between the Dallas Cowboys and the Arizona Cardinals, ESPN executives will be attempting a pivotal play all their own. Monday’s broadcast day will be the first on which ESPN will offer a live “total audience” number that reflects both traditional TV watching as well as viewing via streaming services, executives said Friday. ESPN and Nielsen, the media-measurement firm upon whose data the industry relies, will add to that number over the next few weeks, adding in viewing done on mobile screens as well as viewing done via “out of home” sources, like TVs in bars and hotels.
It's Week 3 in the NFL, and the theme of the week is road favorites. As of the kickoff of Thursday's matchup between the Los Angeles Rams and 49ers, nine of the 15 home teams this week were underdogs according to the consensus betting line. All three primetime games this week will favor the road team, finishing with Monday night's matchup between the Dallas Cowboys and Arizona Cardinals in Arizona. The Week 3 injury reports have come out for every team playing on Sunday, and there are several notable players who Fantasy owners could be missing this week. Sam Bradford and Tyler Eifert have already been ruled out, while Melvin Gordon , Jay Ajayi , Jordy Nelson and Rob Gronkowski are just some of