Posts Tagged ‘NFL Football’

Reports confirm torn ACL for Rams WR Kupp

Monday, November 12th, 2018

Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Cooper Kupp tore the ACL in his left knee Sunday and will miss the rest of the 2018 season. An MRI confirmed the preliminary diagnosis Monday morning, ESPN's Adam Schefter reported. Kupp finishes his second NFL season with 40 catches for 566 yards and six touchdowns.

Tom Brady responds to Dion Lewis’ ‘cheap’ comment after loss to Titans

Monday, November 12th, 2018

The New England Patriots headed to Nashville for a matchup on Sunday with the Tennessee Titans, and you’d be hard-pressed to find anyone who gave Tennessee much of a shot. “It’s a real sweet win, you know, especially when you used to be there and they didn’t want to bring you back,” Lewis said. Lewis signed a four-year, $23 million deal with Tennessee earlier this year, a deal he never could have gotten in New England.

Raiders owner Mark Davis: Jon Gruden wanted Khalil Mack, don’t blame Gruden for trade

Monday, November 12th, 2018

As the Oakland Raiders have quickly become the NFL’s worst team in coach Jon Gruden’s first season, owner Mark Davis hasn’t had much to say. Davis spoke on many subjects, but the most interesting was the Khalil Mack trade.

ICYMI in NFL Week 10: Bowles’ Jets bad; Norman knocks fans

Monday, November 12th, 2018

Time to start the ''Which coaches are on the way out?'' watch in the NFL, and all eyes are on Todd Bowles of the New York Jets at the moment. After going 10-6 in his first season there, the Jets are 13-29, a .310 winning percentage. How soon could Bowles be gone?

NFL Podcast: Cowboys and Titans beat last year’s conference champs

Monday, November 12th, 2018

Subscribe to The Yahoo Sports NFL Podcast Apple Podcasts • Stitcher • Google Podcasts • Spotify Ten weeks through the season and certain teams are coming into form (the Los Angeles Chargers and Rams look great) while other teams are more in flux (the

Elliott takes giant leap needed to lift Cowboys past Eagles

Monday, November 12th, 2018

Ezekiel Elliott took one giant leap that may have saved Dallas' season. The Cowboys showed a second-half spark - and cooled the hot seat for coach Jason Garrett a few degrees - in a 27-20 win over the Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday night. Cowboys owner Jerry Jones burst into the locker room and channeled his inner Ric Flair with a ''Wooo!'' that perked up the winners.

Doug Pederson details what went wrong in ‘SNF’ loss

Sunday, November 11th, 2018

Philadelphia Eagles head coach Doug Pederson details his team's 27-20 loss to the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday Night Football.

Dose: Week 10 Review

Sunday, November 11th, 2018

The Bears hadn’t defeated a fellow NFC North team since October of 2016 but they snapped that streak with ease as QB Mitch Trubisky led his team to an early lead and then held on for the win. The Bears had WR Allen Robinson and LB Khalil Mack back in the lineup and both were difference-makers. Robinson looked like the WR1 the Bears thought they were getting when they signed him away from the Jaguars over the offseason.

Titans stun Patriots, Browns upset Falcons

Sunday, November 11th, 2018

The New England Patriots and Atlanta Falcons were left searching for answers after surprise losses to the Tennessee Titans and Cleveland Browns respectively. In Nashville, Marcus Mariota passed for 228 yards and two touchdowns and running back Derrick Henry rushed for 58 yards and two scores as the Titans thumped the Patriots 34-10. The Titans' defense sacked Tom Brady three times and held the high-scoring Pats offense to 284 total yards.

Elliott, Prescott lead Cowboys past Eagles 27-20

Sunday, November 11th, 2018

Ezekiel Elliott and Dak Prescott left the defending Super Bowl champions wondering how their season went wrong. Elliott had 151 yards rushing and his go-ahead 1-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter helped the Dallas Cowboys beat the Philadelphia Eagles 27-20 on Sunday night. The Eagles fell to 4-5 with their third straight loss at home while the Cowboys improved to 4-5.