The Minnesota Vikings could have a big decision to make at some point during the middle of the season, as the quarterback they used their first-round pick on a few years back could finally be ready to return by then. Ian Rapoport reported on NFL Network Sunday that Bridgewater is expected to be healthy enough to play after he comes off the physically unable to perform list sometime near the midsea (read more)

15 biggest standouts of NFL Week 3

25-9-2017 6:40 AM | yardbarker | similar news

It was a big day for star performers across the NFL, with several quarterbacks and wide receivers in particular putting up very big days. We also witnessed a rookie nailing a game-winning 61-yard field goal and a few big defensive performances, even in losing efforts. (read more)

For as seemingly melodramatic as the first two weeks of the NFL season might have been, Sunday’s Week 3 action more than made up for it. The early slate included a walk-off touchdown, 61-yard game-winning field goal and a questionable late-game call from the officials. (read more)

What a crazy slate of of football games we were treated to in NFL Week 3. Quite aside from the events that played out in stadiums across American and in London during the national anthem, the play itself gave us more drama in one weekend than we can remember in a long time. (read more)

Week 3 of the NFL season featured some extremely close games, including three awesome finishes to conclude the early slate of action. Despite those fun endings, there were a few blowouts, as well as teams, players and position groups that disappointed … and even referees. (read more)

Bills running back LeSean McCoy has been one of the most outspoken NFL players to speak out about President Donald Trump.So when Sunday’s game against the Broncos was in the books, Shady, of course, was given a platform to speak. (read more)

Odell Beckham Jr caught his first two touchdown passes of the season in a loss to the Philadelphia Eagles Sunday, and he made the most of them with his end zone celebrations. The star wide receiver was asked about his seemingly planned performances following the gameAfter the first score, Beckham crawled on his hands and knees and pretended to pee like a dog. (read more)

Seattle Seahawks defensive back Richard Sherman did something not often seen in the NFL. He committed three penalties on one play. (read more)

Von Miller and his Denver Broncos were frustrated in Western New York throughout Sunday afternoon. With his team down by a touchdown late in the fourth quarter, Miller’s frustrations apparently got the best of him. (read more)

Members of the Dallas Cowboys organization have been reluctant to protest the national anthem, with head coach Jason Garrett calling the anthem “sacred” and Dez Bryant saying he wouldn’t protest. Their attitudes mirror what’s coming from the top. (read more)

New England Patriots players took part in protesting the national anthem for the first time on Sunday, and the gesture was not well-received by some fans at Gillette Stadium.According to Tom E. (read more)

The Baltimore Ravens’ trip to London has not gone too swimmingly. In fact, we’re pretty sure they will want to forget that it ever happened. (read more)

Jacksonville Jaguars owner Shad Khan joined his players in a display of unity before Sunday’s game in London.Multiple players kneeled during the national anthem, while several others linked arms in a stand and show of unity in response to President Trump’s comments on Friday. (read more)

Jharel Cotton tossed five scoreless innings and Khris Davis drilled his 41st home run as part of a five-run fifth inning as the A's topped the Rangers, who fell 5 1/2 games back of the Twins for the second AL Wild Card spot. The A's, who have won seven in a row, also got two RBIs from Matt Chapman and Jed Lowrie. (read more)

As the final week of the regular season prepares to take off, it also brings along with it the final getaway day of the year. At this time next week, a third of the game will see its year have come to close, while a select few will be preparing to ramp it up for a run at the World Series. (read more)

The Toronto Blue Jays and the team’s fans did everything possible to honor one of their franchise legends in what may have been his final home game as a member of the team. Jose Bautista received honor after honor and special recognition throughout the Blue Jays’ 9-5 win over the New York Yankees on Sunday. (read more)


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