The NFL is back in London on Sunday, and once again it’s for something less than a marquee game. This week it’s the 2-0 Ravens against the 1-1 Jaguars at Wembley Stadium, and that means that there has still never been a game in London matching up two
Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer Close Covered NFL since 1997, Cowboys since 2003 Previously covered Bengals and Dolphins Lives in Dallas area with his wife and two children Follow on Twitter FRISCO, Texas -- For the second straight year, Darren McFadden is a spectator at the start of the Dallas Cowboys' season. Except this time he is healthy. McFadden opened last season on the non-football injury list because of an elbow injury that forced him to miss the first 13 games. He has been a healthy scratch for the first time in his career in the Cowboys' first two games. "You know, it's a tough one, man, but it's a decision the coaches made and you just have to come to prepare every day the same way
The odds are against the Los Angeles Chargers reaching the playoffs after starting the season 0-2, especially given the early strength demonstrated by the rest of the AFC West. For quarterback Philip Rivers, however, a poor start doesn't necessarily equate to doom and gloom. ''We have 14 games left, and I just know the years we have been on runs,'' Rivers said Wednesday.