Week 8 is already here. Once this week is complete, we will officially be halfway through the 2016-17 NFL season. Numerous teams across the league are facing must win games. Here are five teams that have to win Week 8 games.
The NFL trade deadline is quickly approaching. By Tuesday, Nov. 1, all NFL teams will be restricted from making any trades. The next few days are expected to be fast and furious with deals across the league.
Could the Detroit Pistons be heading back to the Motor City? Representatives from the Detroit Red Wings and Pistons have been in talks to potentially share a new home, Little Caesars Arena, as soon as 2017.
The Denver Broncos got a much needed win on Sunday against the Houston Texans to improve to 5-2 on the season. On top of that, their starting running back C.J. Anderson had a season high 107 rushing yards in the process. But not all is well.
It’s been one month since former Miami Marlins star pitcher Jose Fernandez was killed in a boating accident along with two friends. With no witnesses, little was known about the accident, but now new information is surfacing painting a clearer picture of that tragic night.
The Patriots may be 6-1 after an impressive win over the Pittsburgh Steelers, but there is some growing concern over one of their longest tenured players. Should Pats fans be worried about Stephen Gostkowski?
One of the most important things you can do in order to win your Fantasy Football league is stay on top of your waiver wire. Finding that gem player that no one else knows about can make the difference each and every week. Here are five players you should consider signing for Week 8.
The Houston Texans and Denver Broncos collide on Monday Night Football. Both teams are 4-2, and both tams rely on their defense to get the job done. The winner of this game will be in great shape as we head into the second half of the regular season.
The Seattle Seahawks and Arizona Cardinals will battle in one of the biggest games of the week. Both teams are coming off wins in Week 6, and this will be the first time we see the two squads go at it this year.
Things just keep getting worse for the Green Bay Packers. Running back Eddie Lacy has now been placed on injured reserve as he has been dealing with foot pain for a while now, and the team decided it was finally time for him to get surgery.