The Chicago Bears are coming off of a very impressive 2018 campaign in which they won 12 games and captured the NFC North division title before suffering a devastating Wild Card Round playoff loss to the Philadelphia Eagles. Still, the fashion in...
Debating Prisco's NFL Top 100: Matt Ryan vs. Russell Wilson, why Melvin Gordon is too high and more from Brady Quinn - CBSSports.com
by: Brett Anderson Jun 19, 2019 at 2:05 pm ET • 2 min read — CBS Sports 3h
Brady Quinn talks with Pete Prisco about his beefs with the latter's list of the top 100 NFL players
by: Jeremy Cluff, Arizona Republic — The Arizona Republic 5h
You have to scroll a while to find David Johnson's name on a list of the NFL's best running backs for 2019. He's ranked No. 25.
by: 3k — SB Nation: Turf Show Times 5h
3k looks at the major factors that will either lead to a successful season for the Rams or a failed one.
by: Sam Ekstrom — Zone Coverage 5h
The Minnesota Vikings fell to 6-5-1 on the season after mailing it in Sunday afternoon in New England. The Vikes failed to take advantage of the rest of the NFC North and competing playoff teams stumbling and their season is perilously close to the...
by: Cameron DaSilva — USA Today: Rams Wire 5h
Aaron Donald and Todd Gurley are competing with Mahomes and Brees for “Best NFL Player” at the ESPYS.
by: John Sigler — USA Today: Saints Wire 5h
New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees was nominated for two ESPY Awards, as first reported by Josh Katzenstein of the Time-Picayune. Brees will be up for recognition as Best NFL Player as well …
by: Charles Goldman — USA Today: Chiefs Wire 6h
ESPN has Mahomes in the Best Male Athlete and Best NFL Player categories.
by: Jess Root — USA Today: Cards Wire 6h
Pete Prisco gives Patrick Peterson, David Johnson and Chandler Jones the due they deserve.
by: Pete Grathoff — The Kansas City Star 7h
Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes is a finalist for an ESPY award for the Best Male Athlete on the ESPN award show. Fans can vote for him. Here is more on the three other nominees.
by: Myles Simmons — NFL: St. Louis Rams 8h
NFL Network’s Maurice Jones-Drew ranked all 32 starting running backs, and you might be surprised where he placed Rams RB Todd Gurley.