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NFL Week 2 Rookie Preview: Browns’ Jordan Elliott looks to cash in on TNF, Jets’ Mekhi Becton has his hands full against 49ers’ Nick Bosa
by: Michael Renner — Pro Football Focus 17 Sep
PFF's Mike Renner takes a quick lap around the league to preview the rookies and their potential matchups ahead of Week 2.
by: Cory Kinnan — Fansided: With the First Pick 16 Sep
With the 2021 NFL Draft up, Pat Freiermuth is back with Penn State Football The Big Ten has officially returned as they are set to kick off at the end of O...
Ranking the rookie cornerback debuts: C.J. Henderson and Jaylon Johnson shine, Damon Arnette and A.J. Terrell get off to a slow start
by: Michael Renner — Pro Football Focus 16 Sep
With the lack of preseason and the limited offseason program, there arent too many positions that got thrown to the wolves more than cornerback. Subscribe to Learn More Sign Up 1.
by: NFL Nation, ESPN — ESPN 15 Sep
Clyde Edwards-Helaire gave the Chiefs yet another weapon, Joe Burrow showed flashes of being a future star, and Chase Young was simply dominant.
by: AP — NFL: Indianapolis Colts 12 Sep
On Colts Happy Hour tonight, JMV previews the Colts season opener in Jacksonville. We hear from Frank Reich also Matt Taylor's conversation with Rick Venturi. Larra Overton is joined by T.Y. Hilton and Casey Vallier talks with John Reid, who covers...
by: Charles Goldman — USA Today: Chiefs Wire 11 Sep
54 photos to celebrate the Kansas City Chiefs’ Week 1 win over the Houston Texans.
by: UprootedTexan — SB Nation: Battle Red Blog 11 Sep
The BRB gang get together to discuss the Texans’ opening night performance against the (disputed) Super Bowl Champions, among other things.
by: Mark Lane — USA Today: Texans Wire 11 Sep
There were crazy stats from the Kansas City Chiefs’ 34-20 win over the Houston Texans in Week 1 at Arrowhead Stadium.
by: Sam Monson — Pro Football Focus 11 Sep
In what was supposed to be a shootout between the Houston Texans and Kansas City Chiefs on the opening night of the 2020 NFL season, only one team arrived with the requisite firepower.
by: Pete Sweeney — SB Nation: Arrowhead Pride 11 Sep
The offense picked up right where it left off as Kansas City went home with a win on banner night.