Colorado’s blowout loss at Oregon cost it a spot in the Associated Press Top 25.
The Bears had a brutal week of preparation for the Kansas City Chiefs. Things got considerably worse on Sunday.
Now we know for sure: Taylor Swift is aware of Travis Kelce's existence.
Dan Orlovsky, of course, was hyped.
The Dolphins absolutely blasted the Broncos on Sunday.
Ohio State head coach Ryan Day had something to get off his chest.
The Cowboys defense didn't look the same after losing one of its stars.
Love's Lambeau field starting debut was a rousing success.
Colorado is a great story, but the Buffaloes were exposed against Oregon.
This is not what the Browns had in mind when they signed Watson to a fully guaranteed $230 million deal.
Alan Williams abruptly resigned as the Bears’ defensive coordinator on Wednesday, just weeks into his second season with the franchise.
With his win in the playoff-opening Southern 500 on Sunday, Kyle Larson clinched entry into the NASCAR Cup Series postseason Round of 12.
Deion Sanders and the Buffaloes brought their swagger to Eugene, but the Ducks brought game.
The Ravens would have been in great field position to beat the Colts had a pass interference call went their way.
Freeman said he didn't want to risk a penalty by running an 11th player onto the field.
The Dolphins are proving to be the equivalent of the fantasy easy button. Scott Pianowski breaks down their 70-point barrage and more from Week 3.
Amari Cooper's sideline catch could have resulted in a Browns touchdown if not for a wrong call by officials.
In a game that could have been theirs half a dozen different ways, the Vikings couldn't collect on a win against the Chargers.
Carr left the game after a sack drove him hard to the turf on his right side.
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