With the Colts and Broncos squaring off this week on Sunday Night Football, some are wondering if Indy, at home with a 4-2 record, can deal the juggernaut Broncos their very first loss of the season. Is this the week Denver falls?
Despite not technically having a day off since their last game, Seattle has lucked out with only six players listed on this week’s injury report.
Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson made his NFL debut in Arizona a little over a year ago. He lost that game, but his Seahawks are 17-6 since as he evolved into a multi-dimensional dynamo at the controls of a powerful offense.
Attention Fantasy Football Fans! If Seahawks tight end, and Arizona State alum, Zach Miller is either on your team or in the pool of free agents, get him now! Why? Because tight ends are the position the Cardinals keep having trouble containing.
Most teams don’t possess the depth in the secondary where a starter and former Pro Bowl selection can be given a break such as Brandon Browner was. But it’s another sign of the depth the Seahawks have built in a secondary that remains among the best in the NFL.
Marshawn Lynch ran for two touchdowns and had 155 all-purpose yards, Richard Sherman came up with his third interception of the season, and the Seattle Seahawks finally shook the Tennessee Titans in the fourth quarter for a 20-13 victory.
With the seemingly incomparable and record-setting offense set to square off against the monumentally futile Jacksonville Jaguars this week, the line of Denver -28 ties a record for the biggest spread ever set.
If there’s one thing the 4-1 Seahawks and the 3-2 Titans both do very well, it’s holding on to the ball. Ranking in the top three in turnover differential, the game may simply come down to who gives up the ball, not necessarily first, but who gives it up at all.
You laugh now, but there was a time, very recently, when it was a debate. There was a time, when we thought the kid had commandeered the throne. There was a time when, when we thought it was the dawn of one empire, and the dusk of another.
The thirst for additional wealth among the NFL owners simply cannot be slaked, and therefore those in charge of such decisions will likely push hard to move a team there if it results in even $1 more net per year. The question is, should an NFL team move to London?