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NFL Week 2 Picks: No one is picking against the Chiefs

This week it is impossible to find anyone picking the Chargers in an upset. Some teams that win a Super Bowl suffer from what analysts call a “Super Bowl hangover” the next season. While the NFC champions from last season have stumbled out of the gates, the Kansas City Chiefs look capable of winning another […] NFL Week 2 Picks: No one is picking against the Chiefs - Arrowhead Addict - Arrowhead Addict - Kansas City Chiefs - KC Chiefs News, Schedule, Roster and Rumors


Former Pro Bowl running back C.J. Anderson calls it a career

Running back C.J. Anderson spent seven seasons in the NFL. And now according to Adam Schefter of ESPN on Twitter, he has decided to retire. Veteran RB C.J. Anderson, who went to the Pro Bowl and won a Super Bowl, is retiring from NFL at age 29. A great run for an undrafted free agent. […] The post Former Pro Bowl running back C.J. Anderson calls it a career appeared first on ClutchPoints.


Russell Wilson has loftier goals than just winning another Super Bowl

Russell Wilson has been the face of the Seattle Seahawks offense since 2012, when he was drafted in the 3rd round (75th overall) by the team. During his eight-year tenure, the team has only missed the playoffs twice, when he led the Seahawks to a bonkers 43-8 drubbing of the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl […] The post Russell Wilson has loftier goals than just winning another Super Bowl appeared first on ClutchPoints.

Cincy Jungle

CBS’ Pete Prisco doubles down on Bengals winning a Super Bowl in the next 10 years

Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports “And it wouldn’t surprise me to see them win two Super Bowls.” The Bengals just lost to the Browns, but you wouldn’t know it listening to Pete Prisco. The CBS Sports analyst and noted Bengals supporter has made it clear he’s all in on the Joe Burrow-led Bengals going forward. Earlier this summer, Prisco declared that the Bengals would win a Super Bowl within a next 10 years with Burrow running the show. “In Joe Burrow’s tenure, the Bengals will win a Super Bowl, maybe two,” Prisco said. Despite an 0-2 start this season, Prisco isn’t...

The Falcoholic

How to watch Falcons - Cowboys in Week 2

It’s two 0-1 teams looking to stay relevant in the NFC. A loss in the first week of the season is not fatal. If you come out of that first week with a laundry list of things you can fix and you do fix them, the rest of the season can proceed quite merrily. See the 2016 Falcons, who rattled off four wins following their Week 1 loss and went on to the Super Bowl. Then there are the Week 1 losses that are a harbinger of things to come. The 2019 Falcons won their Week 2 matchup against the Eagles after a crushing loss to the Vikings in Week 1, but then would lose six straight games and the...

Pats Pulpit

How the Patriots offense will find success against the Seahawks

Photo by Maddie Meyer/ Related: Pats Pulpit Podcast: Patriots have a huge challenge against the Seahawks The New England Patriots may not have plenty of familiarity when it comes to going up against the Seattle Seahawks, but they surely are not strangers at game-planning for a defense like the one they will face on Sunday. The Seahawks’ impact, after all, can be found all over the NFL since the team took the league by storm in the early 2010s: built around its legendary “Legion of Boom” secondary, the defense was able to lead Seattle to its first ever Super Bowl win in 2013 and to...

Bolts From The Blue

How to watch Chiefs @ Chargers

Photo by Jamie Squire/ The Bolts didn’t have to wait long before their first divisional test. No team wants to play the reigning Super Bowl Champions during the regular season. But when you happen to be in the same division as them, you don’t get much of a choice. The Bolts get the unfortunate task of facing Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs in just the second week of the season which also happens to be their home-opener at SoFi Stadium. Both are coming off victories in week one, but Kansas City has had a bit more time to prep and recover due to them playing on opening night. This key...

Field Gulls

5 Qs and 5 As with Pats Pulpit

Photo by Kathryn Riley/ The Seattle Seahawks’ home opener is on Sunday Night Football against the New England Patriots. In a non-pandemic year, this would be a raucous atmosphere as it’s a Super Bowl rematch and Cam Newton is coming to town. Also, these two teams have played nailbiters all three times in Russell Wilson’s career, so it’s a highly anticipated matchup worthy of SNF treatment. There were a lot of unknowns about the Patriots after losing several key players to free agency or COVID-19 opt-outs, but it was business as usual in Week 1 when they beat the Miami Dolphins at...

Silver And Black Pride

Silver Minings: Josh Jacobs named ‘Hungriest Player of the Week’

Anyone else craving a Snickers bar? Forget winning a Super Bowl or MVP, this is the coolest thing Josh Jacobs will win. Okay, probably not, but definitely the most unique. After his incredible Week 1 performance, Jacobs was named Snickers’ first “Hungriest Player of the Week” for the 2020 season. Jacobs was unstoppable last week on the road at Carolina, as he finished with 29 touches, 139 yards and three rushing touchdowns. Along with the title comes a special diamond chain that reads “HUNGRY” below the iconic SNICKERS “S” which includes more than 31 carats of 2,374...


John Harbaugh reveals unique challenge when facing Texans’ Deshaun Watson

Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh will face off against the Houston Texans in Week 2 in the NFL’s 2020 season, and the Super Bowl champion coach noted a unique challenge that Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson brings to the matchup: “He actually holds the ball longer than anybody in the league,” Harbaugh said in a […] The post John Harbaugh reveals unique challenge when facing Texans’ Deshaun Watson appeared first on ClutchPoints.

Pats Pulpit

Previewing the AFC hierarchy for 2020, and where the Patriots stand

Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports Related: AFC East Report: Week 1 With the first week of the season under the books, the traditional AFC powerhouses at the end of the 2020 season all picked up wins. This conference has a lot of solid teams at the top and nine teams who I think have better than a 25 percent chance of making the playoffs, including the New England Patriots. I ranked the teams in four separate tiers: Super Bowl Contenders: I can see this team winning a Super Bowl this year barring injuries or horrible luck Could Make Noise in January: Teams that have a good shot at winning...

NFL Spin Zone

Philadelphia Eagles need to stop resting on their laurels

The Philadelphia Eagles have yet to truly move on from their Super Bowl win. Feb. 4, 2018 will forever go down as arguably the greatest day in the history of the Philadelphia Eagles franchise given the magnitude of the moment. A late-game strip-sack by Brandon Graham and a historic performance by Nick Foles in Super Bowl […] Philadelphia Eagles need to stop resting on their laurels - NFL Spin Zone - NFL Spin Zone - NFL news, rumors, analysis, opinions, stats, mock drafts, scores, and GIFs.

Dawg Pound Daily

Cleveland Browns vs. Bengals Week 2 score predictions: No. 1 overall pick bowl

Who will win on Thursday night when the Cleveland Browns host the Bengals? Week 1 went about as poorly as it possibly could for the Cleveland Browns, but thankfully there’s a quick turnaround so we don’t have to continue to dwell on that game. Instead, we can look forward to their prime time debut in […] Cleveland Browns vs. Bengals Week 2 score predictions: No. 1 overall pick bowl - Dawg Pound Daily - Dawg Pound Daily - A Cleveland Browns Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.


Chargers Pro Bowl C Mike Pouncey lands on injured reserve, will undergo season-ending surgery

Mike Pouncey was attempting to return to the Los Angeles Chargers this season despite battling back from a hip injury that prevented him from suiting up in Week 1. Even though he was optimistic about playing in 2020, Pouncey is landing on injured reserve after undergoing season-ending hip surgery, per the team’s official Twitter account. […] The post Chargers Pro Bowl C Mike Pouncey lands on injured reserve, will undergo season-ending surgery appeared first on ClutchPoints.


5 best trades in Denver Broncos history, ranked

After countless of playoff berths, conference and division titles as well as three shiny Super Bowl trophies so far, it’s no question that the Denver Broncos is one of the most dominant forces in the AFC West. But, as with any franchise in the NFL, success doesn’t come overnight. The Broncos’ front office have always […] The post 5 best trades in Denver Broncos history, ranked appeared first on ClutchPoints.

Turf Show Times

Pod-TST: Previewing the Eagles with a Philly fan

Robert Hanashiro-USA TODAY Sports A talk on the Eagles, stats and movies The Philadelphia Eagles have an elite interior defensive lineman and a shutdown cornerback on their defense. Offensively, they have a top-two pick from the 2016 draft at quarterback, a committee at running back that is led by a player drafted 53rd overall within the last two years, two established veterans at receiver (although only one of them will be active this Sunday), a 38-year-old left tackle, two receiving options at tight end and a coaching staff that took them to the Super Bowl within the last three...


5 best trades in Cincinnati Bengals history, ranked

The Cincinnati Bengals have had a roller-coaster history dating back to the ’80s when they were making Super Bowl runs with Boomer Esiason and Ken Anderson. They had a great history of regular season success under Marvin Lewis but completely fell apart in the postseason. This all adds up to the Bengals being one of […] The post 5 best trades in Cincinnati Bengals history, ranked appeared first on ClutchPoints.

Pats Pulpit

How the Patriots and Seahawks have changed since their last meeting

Photo by Adam Glanzman/ Related: Patriots will have to defend ‘every inch of the field’ against Russell Wilson and the Seahawks offense The New England Patriots and the Seattle Seahawks may have met in Super Bowl 49, but they are far from familiar opponents. Given that the two teams are playing in different conferences, they are scheduled to meet just every four years. This means that the rosters will look markedly different each time they go up against each other during the regular season. With that in mind, let’s take a look at how the Patriots and Seahawks have changed since...

Cincy Jungle

Bengals at Browns Week 2 NFL Game Preview: Dawg Days of Autumn

David Kohl-USA TODAY Sports The Browns and Bengals both fell to 0-1 after their season-openers, with both teams experiencing a form of embarrassment. They look to take revenge on a rival in front of a national audience. Most football fans outside of the Midwest don’t understand the allure of “The Battle of Ohio”. Unfortunately, it’s largely because both the Cleveland Browns and Cincinnati Bengals are poster children for NFL ineptitude. It wasn’t always that way, though. Back when the great Paul Brown ran both franchises, old NFL Championships and Super Bowl appearances were...

Arrowhead Pride

Patrick Mahomes Week 1 film review: a mature game against the Texans

Photo by Jamie Squire/ With the NFL’s All-22 film finally available, we take a closer look at the Chiefs quarterback in his first game of 2020. If you felt like it was a ho-hum, business-like performance from Patrick Mahomes, you’re correct. It was far from the flashiest performance we have seen from the reigning Super Bowl MVP, and that’s OK. In fact, you might want to get a little more used to it. No — this is not a commentary on the game script. I don’t think the Chiefs are just going to start running the football at the same clip they did against the Houston Texans, and I...

Bolts From The Blue

Chargers Daily Links: Which Chargers player will be key against the Chiefs?

Photo by Joe Scarnici/ Your source for all Chargers and NFL news from around the web. It’s been a minute since we’ve had a healthy open discussion to start the day so I’m throwing one out there this morning. Plenty of Chargers will be important in this week’s matchup against the reigning Super Bowl Champions but one player stands out to me the most: rookie linebacker Kenneth Murray Jr. As Anthony Lynn likes to call him, Murray is a “run-and-hit” linebacker with tremendous speed and range. However, he didn’t do a whole lot when it came to covering tight ends and slot...


Russell Wilson sings praises of new teammate Jamal Adams

Russell Wilson knows a great defensive player when he sees one. After all, he has been teammates with some of them, including the members of the Seahawks’ memorable Legion Of Boom defense that helped Seattle win two NFC championships and a Super Bowl victory.  After the Seahawks’ 38-25 Week 1 win over the Atlanta Falcons, […] The post Russell Wilson sings praises of new teammate Jamal Adams appeared first on ClutchPoints.


Why Phil Simms Picks Seahawks To Beat Patriots In Week 2 Primetime Matchup

CenturyLink Field will be the site of a Super Bowl XLIX rematch Sunday night. The New England Patriots will be in Seattle for a Week 2 primetime showdown with the Seahawks. Both teams enter the contest at 1-0. The Patriots opened their 2020 season with a win over the Miami Dolphins at Gillette Stadium, while […] The post Why Phil Simms Picks Seahawks To Beat Patriots In Week 2 Primetime Matchup appeared first on NESN.com.

Big Blue View

Giants-Bears 5 questions: Mitchell Trubisky, and a whole lot more

Photo by Jorge Lemus/NurPhoto via Jeff Berckes of Windy City Gridiron answers our questions As the New York Giants prepare for the Chicago Bears on Sunday, we have our own form or preparation here at Big Blue View. That includes learning about the opponent by exchanging 5 questions with a writer who covers this week’s opponent. Let’s get started. Ed: Let’s get right to it. Mitchell Trubisky. Obviously he led a great comeback last week. Did that change any minds about Trubisky? Do Bears fans believe the team can win a Super Bowl with him at quarterback? Jeff: I don’t think he...

The Falcoholic

Falcons vs Cowboys: Offensive and defensive stats comparison for Week 2

Coming off a disappointing Week 1 loss, the Falcons travel to take on the Cowboys in Week 2. We take a closer look at how Atlanta and Dallas match up statistically on offense and defense heading into Sunday’s game. With a disappointing Week 1 loss to the Seahawks behind us, Falcons fans can now look forward to a difficult game against the Cowboys on Sunday. Atlanta must travel to take on a Dallas squad that was considered a Super Bowl contender heading into the season. That’s not an easy ask, particularly for a team who fell completely flat on opening day for the third time in three...

Gang Green Nation

Podcast: Jets-49ers Talk With Brian Peacock

Photo by Ezra Shaw/ On today’s podcast I chat with Brian Peacock, the host of Locked on 49ers to discuss the Week 2 game between the Jets and the 49ers. Both teams enter the game 0-1 in need of a win. It still feels like the teams are in different situations. San Francisco is coming off a Super Bowl appearance and lost a tight game to an Arizona team that played well. The Jets were noncompetitive in their opener against the Bills. On the show Brian offers some insight on the start of the season, whether Jimmy Garoppolo will be asked to do more of the heavy lifting in the 49ers offense...

NFL Spin Zone

Kansas City Chiefs: Clyde Edwards-Helaire wasting no time breaking out

Clyde Edwards-Helaire left one heck of a first impression with the Kansas City Chiefs. Despite Damien Williams‘ run that gave the Kansas City Chiefs a Super Bowl 50 years in the making, the kingdom still needed a new horse in the backfield. The passing game was already led by the “Legion of Zoom” that includes […] Kansas City Chiefs: Clyde Edwards-Helaire wasting no time breaking out - NFL Spin Zone - NFL Spin Zone - NFL news, rumors, analysis, opinions, stats, mock drafts, scores, and GIFs.

Stephen A.'s message to Cowboys fans: Something will go wrong, mark my words! | Get Up

Stephen A. Smith joins Get Up to discuss the NFL's protection of quarterbacks and is confident that the Cowboys will not make the Super Bowl even though Dallas is the best team in the NFC heading into Week 3. #GetUp #NFL ✔

It’s the beginning of the end for Drew Brees and Sean Payton – Stephen A. | First Take

Stephen A. Smith predicts Saints QB Drew Brees will retire if he comes back from his thumb injury and leads the New Orleans to a Super Bowl victory, freeing up Sean Payton to coach the Dallas Cowboys. #FirstTake #NFL ✔

Stephen A. gets annoyed with Max Kellerman saying the Browns are Super Bowl contenders | First Take

Stephen A. Smith does not buy Max Kellerman's argument that the Cleveland Browns are Super Bowl contenders. #FirstTake #NFL ✔