8:47 AM EDT, Fri October 31, 2014

Colts vs. Giants preview

The Indianapolis Colts had won five games in a row before last week's 51-34 loss to Pittsburgh. The New York Giants had won three in a row before losing in Philadelphia and Dallas prior to last week's bye. These two teams are looking to remind everyone of better times as they meet at MetLife Stadium on "Monday Night Football." ESPN Colts reporter Mike Wells and ESPN Giants reporter Dan Graziano are here with your game preview: Wells: Dan, the Cowboys went from Super Bowl contenders to having to worry about Tony Romo's back, and the Eagles are coming off a loss.
Minneapolis Star-Tribune 42 mins ago

Access Vikings morning walkthrough: McKinnon impresses, Redskins may ease up on Teddy and more

Every weekday, our Vikings reporters walk you through what’s happening with the team that day. WHAT YOU MIGHT HAVE MISSED — Rookie RB Jerick McKinnon has been impressive since becoming a starter. — DE Everson Griffen was named the NFC’s Defensive Player of the Month. — WR Cordarrelle Patterson says he will be 100 percent for Sunday’s game. — The Vikings are considering making personnel changes on special teams. — Both DE Brian Robison and CB Jabari Price returned to practice yesterday. TWEET OF THE (YESTER)DAY So glad that I was able to reach the end zone last Sunday, and...
Bleeding Green Nation 47 mins ago

Eagles vs. Texans Preview: Make Ryan Fitzpatrick throw the ball

Dan Klausner and Mike Kaye preview Sunday's Week 9 matchup between the Texans and Eagles. Coming off a frustrating loss to the Arizona Cardinals in a game that the Eagles really should have won, the team travels to Houston to take on a Texans team that has already doubled its win total from last season's disaster. At 4-4, the Texans are second in the AFC South, just one game behind the Indianapolis Colts. While plenty of fans, myself included, feel like the Eagles should assert themselves and win by multiple touchdowns, this has proven to be a volatile team that lets opponents hang around....
Washington Post 1 hour ago

Redskins Blog: The Test: Can the Redskins keep up the pressure against Teddy Bridgewater and the Vikings?

The Test asks two Post specialists to take unique looks at a Redskins issue leading up to each game. Neil Greenberg of our Fancy Stats blog runs the numbers; Separately, Mark Bullock gives it the eye test.  Read full article >>

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philly.com 6 hours ago

Many sides of Malcolm Jenkins

The Eagles safety is a fine player and an interesting study off the field, including his charitable foundation.
philly.com 7 hours ago

If Nate Allen sits out, will Earl Wolff replace him?

Earl Wolff entered Eagles training camp competing with Nate Allen for a starting spot. The 2013 fifth-round pick could never wrestle the starting job from Allen, and it became clear early in the preseason that Wolff would open the season as a backup.
New York Daily News 10 hours ago
Vacchiano: Don’t go deep to change Giants offense

Vacchiano: Don’t go deep to change Giants offense

Jerry Reese wasn’t wrong when he said the Giants offense sometimes plays “too cautious,” and he was well within his rights to suggest a “more aggressive” approach.
philly.com 10 hours ago

Kelly has changed Eagles' approach on injuries

Cough, cough . . . Injuries . . . For 14 years, Andy Reid opened his Eagles news conferences with a roll call of injuries. He's done the same in his two seasons since with the Chiefs. Reid would sometimes defer to trainer Rick Burkholder, who would give reporters minute details on various injuries.
Newsday 11 hours ago

Giants want to see more from Damontre Moore

The flashes came early, first on the practice field and then the first time Damontre Moore played an NFL game.
Newsday 11 hours ago

NFL Gridiron Guide Week 9: Bad spots for Jets, Giants

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New York Post 11 hours ago
Giants’ Jennings plods ahead, but will miss Monday

Giants’ Jennings plods ahead, but will miss Monday

If the Giants have any fields to plow, Rashad Jennings appears ready for the workload. He spent Thursday’s practice off to the side, hitched up to a heavy sled, pulling...
Newsday 12 hours ago

Jason Pierre-Paul: We have to win our remaining games

As October turns to November, Jason Pierre-Paul is feeling a little January.
CSN Washington 12 hours ago

Redskins Park observations--Hankerson's status still up in the air

Need to Know: Notes and observations from Redskins Park including Leonard Hankerson's still unsettled status.
CSN Washington 13 hours ago

Gruden and Vikings coach Mike Zimmer go way back

Jay Gruden was on the same staff as Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer in Cincinnati. On Thursday he talked about their relationship.

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