The Falcons lure yet another opponent into a false sense of anxiety, the 49ers squeeze an entire series of M*A*S*H into one road trip, and Seahawks-Patriots comes down a single yard again.
by: Nick Canepa — Sandiego Union-Tribune 11h
How the Chargers graded out during Sunday's overtime loss to Kansas City
by: JOE REEDY — The Washington Times 11h
Harrison Butker kicked a 58-yard field goal with 1:55 remaining in overtime, and the Kansas City Chiefs survived a superlative first start by rookie Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert to beat Los Ang
by: Pete Sweeney — SB Nation: Arrowhead Pride 12h
Kicker Harrison Butker was 3 for 3 on the day, including the game-winner in overtime.
by: N/A — NFL: San Diego Chargers 12h
Los Angeles Chargers kicker Michael Badgley converts 23-yard field goal.
by: JOE REEDY — The Washington Times 17 Sep
Mike Williams is soft-spoken during interviews, but his knack for making flashy plays has made him one of the top deep threats in the NFL.
by: Tyler Calvaruso — USA Today: Jets Wire 16 Sep
What if the greatest NFL players from the New York City area joined forces on a legendary lineup? Jets Wire reveals a team for the ages.
by: Tzvi Machlin — The Spun 14 Sep
Despite being on the losing end of the 16-13 game, Joe Burrow impressed longtime Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver AJ Green.
by: Pete Grathoff — The Kansas City Star 14 Sep
A few young players had big games on Sunday.
Everything to know about a wild Week 1 of the NFL season: Tom Brady a bust in Bucs debut, Cam Newton leads Pats to win and Seahawks soar to victory - oregonlive.com
by: Tim Brown | email@example.com — Oregon Live 14 Sep
Here’s a quick roundup of everything that happened on Sunday in Week 1 of the NFL season including the top player performances, the biggest storylines, the best moments and more.
by: News Engin — Las Vegas Review-Journal 14 Sep
Refresh constantly for minute-to-minute updates on all of Sunday’s NFL action. Bad beats, player props, live line movement, halftime bets and more.
by: MITCH STACY — The Washington Times 14 Sep
Playing with a starting quarterback other than Philip Rivers for the first time since 2005, the Los Angeles Chargers mustered just enough offense - and got just enough breaks.
by: Associated Press — Star Tribune 14 Sep
Playing with a starting quarterback other than Philip Rivers for the first time since 2005, the Los Angeles Chargers mustered just enough offense — and got just enough breaks.