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FOX Sports

Cowboys may win Super Bowl if Dak Prescott’s solid play continues, Troy Aikman says

Longtime Cowboys QB Troy Aikman said if Dak Prescott continues to impress, Dallas has a legitimate shot to win the Super Bowl.

Cowboys may win Super Bowl if Dak Prescott’s solid play continues, Troy Aikman says | FOX NFL

Longtime Cowboys QB Troy Aikman said if Dak Prescott continues to impress, Dallas has a legitimate shot to win the Super Bowl. #FOXSports #NFL #TroyAikman #DakPrescott #Cowboys #SuperBowl

Houston Chronicle

Texans rookie Charles Omenihu notches sack in first NFL game

When the Texans traded Pro Bowl outside linebacker Jadeveon Clowney to the Seattle Seahawks, it created a void in their pass rush.

FOX Sports

Michael Vick: Cam Newton will not be a Panther in 2020

As the entire FOX NFL Kickoff crew "jumped to conclusions" after Week 1, former Pro Bowl QB Michael Vick said he doesn't think Cam Newton will be playing in Carolina next season.

The Phinsider

Dolphins players to watch versus Patriots

Photo by Mark Brown/ The Miami Dolphins host the New England Patriots this afternoon the first of two meetings between to the AFC East rivals. The two teams are coming off opposite experiences from their Week 1 season openers, with the Patriots dispatching the Pittsburgh Steelers with realative ease while Miami was dismantled by the Baltimore Ravens. Now, facing one of the biggest point spreads in league history, Miami will look to upset the defending Super Bowl champions. There are a lot of areas/players who need to perform for the Dolphins this afternoon if they are going to have a...

The Phinsider

Patriots at Dolphins: Previewing Antonio Brown’s use, New England weakness, and Rob Gronkowki’s future

Photo by Michael Reaves/ The Miami Dolphins look to put their 59-10 loss to the Baltimore Ravens behind them on Sunday when they get back on the field for their Week 2 contest. It is not an easier opponent they welcome into Hard Rock Stadium, however, as the defending Super Bowl champion New England Patriots come to South Florida. The first of two meetings between the division rivals, Miami is one of the biggest home underdogs in league history. This game has the potential to get away from the Dolphins quickly. But, weird things always happen to the Patriots in Miami, and the Dolphins...

Field Gulls

How to watch Seahawks at Steelers 2019 NFL season

The Seattle Seahawks (1-0) are on the road for the first time in this young 2019 NFL season, as they take on the Pittsburgh Steelers (0-1) at Heinz Field. This is Seattle’s third trip to Heinz Field, and they’re still looking not just for their first win at the stadium, but their first point. Last week, Seattle narrowly escaped a serious upset bid by the Cincinnati Bengals, winning 21-20 at CenturyLink Field. While fans may have been upset with a lackluster showing, Steelers fans were irate after a 33-3 thumping at the hands of the defending Super Bowl champion New England Patriots. The...

ClutchPoints

Patriots WR Antonio Brown is only player in NFL history to catch TD’s from Tom Brady and Ben Roethlisberger

Despite another controversy boiling over, New England Patriots wide receiver Antonio Brown made his debut for the reigning Super Bowl champions on Sunday, recording a touchdown reception via quarterback Tom Brady and becoming the first and only player to do so from Brady and AFC rivals Pittsburgh Steelers’ Ben Roethlisberger. Brown was traded by the […] The post Patriots WR Antonio Brown is only player in NFL history to catch TD’s from Tom Brady and Ben Roethlisberger appeared first on ClutchPoints.

The Phinsider

New England Patriots @ Miami Dolphins Live Thread & Game Information

Photo by Michael Reaves/ The New England Patriots travel to south Florida to take on your Miami Dolphins following a week where the Dolphins were humiliated by the Baltimore Ravens. The task does not get any easier this week facing the defending Super Bowl Champions. The Dolphins traditionally play fairly decent against the Patriots so hopefully this is the week that they right the ship at least enough to give us all a little hope. Ryan Fitzpatrick will once again start. Fitzpatrick is no doubt hoping for a better showing from the offensive line this week after spending week one running...

Just Blog Baby

Oakland Raiders show a lot of holes in their 28-10 loss to the Chiefs

The Chiefs came into Oakland for a divisional Week 2 match up where Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs proved why they are a Super Bowl favorite. The Oakland Raiders started off the game strong, scoring getting into the red zone on their first two possessions, coming out with a field goal on the […] Oakland Raiders show a lot of holes in their 28-10 loss to the Chiefs - Just Blog Baby - Just Blog Baby - An Oakland Raiders Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

ClutchPoints

Bill Belichick reacts to Antonio Brown’s first game with Patriots

All-Pro wide receiver Antonio Brown made his debut for the New England Patriots on Sunday in spite of swirling allegations about sexual assault, helping the reigning Super Bowl champions defeat the lowly Miami Dolphins 43-0. Head coach Bill Belichick, ever the projection of the New England’s polarizing demeanor and professionalism, reacted to Brown’s first game […] The post Bill Belichick reacts to Antonio Brown’s first game with Patriots appeared first on ClutchPoints.

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Inactives: David Bakhtiari will play, Vikings down four key players

Photo by Joe Robbins/ The Packers have a full starting lineup (sans Oren Burks), but the Vikings are missing two starters. The list of inactive players for the Green Bay Packers’ week two matchup with the Minnesota Vikings is here. and Packers fans got some great news. Left tackle David Bakhtiari is not on the list, meaning that he will be active and will start in today’s game. This is critical for Green Bay’s offense in this week two matchup. Bakhtiari will likely match up with Everson Griffen for much of the game, and the three-time Pro Bowl defensive end has had some great...

Blogging The Boys

The Cowboys vs. Redskins forgotten classic

Photo by Focus on Sport/ This game was a crazy one in the long history of the rivalry. The 1-0 Dallas Cowboys travel to our nation’s capital Sunday to take on the 0-1 Washington Redskins. This will the 117th meeting between these two franchises who have a storied history with many memorable games. Most Cowboys fans are intimately familiar with some of the classic games between these two division rivals who combined for eight Super Bowl titles between 1971 and 1995. There’s Clint “the Mad Bomber” Longley bringing Dallas back on Thanksgiving of 1974. There’s Roger Staubach...

Silver And Black Pride

Breaking Down the Opponent: Four keys to Raiders victory against the Chiefs

Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/ Sunday the Kansas City Chiefs come to Oakland fresh off a season opening win over the Jacksonville Jaguars. Despite the final score of 40-26 the Jaguars put up an admirable fight in their game last week. Offering the Raiders some tape by which they can study this year’s Chiefs team. After giving up 17 points in the first quarter, the Jacksonville defense was able to tighten up and put pressure on Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes. Super Bowl Champion Nick Foles was injured early in the game and rookie passer Gardner Minshew came in for him. The young QB had a...

Detroit Free Press

Why Detroit Lions' Darius Slay thinks the Vikings have the best stadium atmosphere

Darius Slay is tired of "Gridiron Heroes," the Detroit Lions' fight song since the 1930s. The Pro Bowl CB said he loves the Vikings' "Skol" chant.        

ClutchPoints

Trent Brown motivated to prove himself with Raiders

Oakland Raiders right Trent Brown has enjoyed his NFL career as of late. A trade to the New England Patriots earned him a Super Bowl ring as a starter. Then, due to his outstanding play as Tom Brady’s blindside protector, he got himself a four-year $66 million contract to protect Derek Carr. But he wants […] The post Trent Brown motivated to prove himself with Raiders appeared first on ClutchPoints.

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Specter of Raiders loss haunts Broncos fans going into Bears matchup

Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports Confidence in Broncos Country took a hit after losing to the Oakland Raiders Coming into this season, few Broncos fans would have picked Denver as a contender to win the Super Bowl. There are, however, expectations that Vic Fangio’s Broncos would be improved over its Vance Joseph coached predecessors. The crushing disappointment taken away from Monday nights’ performance against the Raiders was the possibility that such hopes may have been too high. Entering their second year together, I fully expected Von Miller and Bradley Chubb to ruin Derek Carr’s...

Big Blue View

NFC East Roundup: Eagles rising

Carson Wentz and the Eagles faced adversity in Week 1. And they responded. | Photo by Patrick Smith/ Here’s the need-to-know news around the NFC East this week Halftime of the season opener. The Eagles trail their bitter rivals, 20-7. The Redskins’ lead was as large as 17 points in the first half. Carson Wentz and his teammates were facing adversity for the first time this season. They probably did not expect it this soon. But they responded. The Eagles scored the next 25 points in a 32-27 victory. The Super Bowl hangover of 2018 is over. And Wentz (completing 28-of-39 passes for...

The Phinsider

Patriots at Dolphins Week 2: How to stream, where to watch, weather update, injuries, more

Photo by Michael Reaves/ The 2019 season did not start well for the Miami Dolphins, who were dismantled by the Baltimore Ravens last Sunday. Now, the Dolphins look to right themselves against their AFC East rivals and defending Super Bowl champions, the New England Patriots. Drama has started in Miami after just one week. Will it carry over to the field against the Patriots? Miami is planning to start quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick again, hoping the offensive line will be able to slow New England’s pass rush to at least allow the quarterback a chance to complete his drop before he is...

The Phinsider

Patriots at Dolphins Week 2: How to stream, where to watch, weather update, injuries, move

Photo by Michael Reaves/ The 2019 season did not start well for the Miami Dolphins, who were dismantled by the Baltimore Ravens last Sunday. Now, the Dolphins look to right themselves against their AFC East rivals and defending Super Bowl champions, the New England Patriots. Drama has started in Miami after just one week. Will it carry over to the field against the Patriots? Miami is planning to start quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick again, hoping the offensive line will be able to slow New England’s pass rush to at least allow the quarterback a chance to complete his drop before he is...

The Cowboys' Super Bowl hopes rest on Dak and Zeke - Max Kellerman | First Take

Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman debate whether the Cowboys' offense or defense is more crucial to Dallas' success this season. #FirstTake #NFL ✔

ClutchPoints

NFL news: Patriots’ Rob Gronkowski has had at least five ‘blackout’ concussions

New England Patriots’ former tight end Rob Gronkowski shocked a lot of people after the Super Bowl last season when he retired from the NFL abruptly. Gronkowski had kind of hinted at retirement for years in the past. However, he was just 29 when he announced it and on top of his game. He was […] The post NFL news: Patriots’ Rob Gronkowski has had at least five ‘blackout’ concussions appeared first on ClutchPoints.

The Phinsider

Reshad Jones, Albert Wilson do not practice Wednesday

Photo by Mark Brown/ The Miami Dolphins and New England Patriots have released their first injury reports for the Week 2 meeting between the two AFC East rivals. The Dolphins, coming off a 59-10 loss to the Baltimore Ravens in Week 1, are looking to bounce back, but now face the defending Super Bowl champions. It is not ging to be an easy week for the South Florida club, and they are going to need their roster at full strength if the are going to have a chance on Sunday. On Wednesday’s injury report, however, the team was without some of their starters and key contributors. Safety...

Cincy Jungle

NFL Week 2 49ers at Bengals preview with former Super Bowl champ Eric Davis

Photo by David Madison/ John Sheeran and Anthony Cosenza of The Orange and Black Insider podcast chat with the former All-Pro defensive back about Cincinnati’s big 2019 home opener. The Cincinnati Bengals have their home opener this Sunday, as they host their inter-conference nemesis in the San Francisco 49ers. For two teams that rarely play each other, there is quite a storied history between the franchises. But, this week is about 2019 and this Sunday. Through their first four games, Cincinnati has just this game at home, so securing a win is a near-must, if they are to make some...

Behind the Steel Curtain

FanPulse: Fan confidence in the 2019 Pittsburgh Steelers plummets heading into Week 2

David Butler II-USA TODAY Sports After the Steelers fell flat against the New England Patriots in Week 1, fan confidence in the black-and-gold is extremely low. The Pittsburgh Steelers were demolished in front of the world when the defending Super Bowl champion New England Patriots beat them 33-3 in front of a nationally televised audience in Week 1. That loss stung, and more than most would know. It was just one game, and it was only Week 1, but that doesn’t matter to Steelers fans. The only fact which matters to the fans who call themselves Steelers Nation is the fact Tom Brady,...

ClutchPoints

Saquon Barkley urges New York fans not to panic after Week 1 loss

The season-opener against a longtime rival with hopeful Super Bowl aspirations went about how New York Giants fans expected. Despite a thorough and largely-expected 35-17 beatdown at hand of the Dallas Cowboys in Week 1, though, Saquon Barkley has a message to Giants faithful ahead of Sunday’s game against the Buffalo Bills. Speaking with reporters […] The post Saquon Barkley urges New York fans not to panic after Week 1 loss appeared first on ClutchPoints.

The Falcoholic

Jessie Tuggle, John Abraham headline five former Falcons nominated for 2020 Pro Football Hall of Fame Class

Two deserving players and Falcons legends who hopefully have a real shot. At their best, Jessie Tuggle and John Abraham terrorized opposing offenses. Tuggle was one of the most physical linebackers of his era, a tackling machine who was a key cog in the team’s 1998 Super Bowl squad. Abraham was the last great pass rusher Atlanta has managed to muster up, and one of the only reasons the defense was remotely solid from the time he arrived until the team abruptly dumped him post-2012. Deservingly, both those players are up for the Hall of Fame for the Class of 2020. They’ll join former...

Stephen A. lists the 5 reasons the Cowboys won't win the Super Bowl | First Take

In front of a collection of passionate Dallas Cowboys fans -- as well as Terrell Owens, Max Kellerman and Molly Qerim -- Stephen A. Smith lists the five reasons America's Team won't win the Super Bowl. citing Damien Woody & Marcus Spears; the loaded NFC f