In the NFL it’s often not who you play, but when you play them that is a key to victory. And even with a rash of injuries to playmakers on both sides of the ball, the Green Bay Packers are still in position to make a run at a third consecutive NFC North championship.
New week and new 2013 NFL power rankings.
Five undefeated teams remain after four weeks, three of which reside out west.
Peyton Manning versus younger brother Eli Manning in Week 2!
Can the 2013 NFL season get any better? Yes, yes it can. With matchups on Sunday that pit the Chiefs against the Cowboys at Arrowhead Stadium, as well as Andrew Luck against Ryan Tannehill and Aaron Rodgers hosting Robert Griffin III, what could be better?
There’s a good chance you already hate your fantasy team and are looking to make some changes for Week 2. I’m right there with you. Here are some candidates with some intriguing matchups, for better or worse, that may cause you to consider tinkering with your lineup for the second week of the season.
In this article, we’ll look at five sub-.500 clubs from last season that could surprise us this year. By looking at strength of schedule, the number of losses in close games, the draft, as well as offseason moves and acquisitions, I’ll make my case for each of these five teams.