- Final - 2018-02-04Eagles41 - 33PatriotsU.S. Bank Stadium
- Final - 2017-10-10Vikings20 - 17BearsSoldier Field
- Final - 2017-10-09Chiefs42 - 34TexansNRG Stadium
- Final - 2017-10-08Bills16 - 20BengalsPaul Brown Stadium
- Final - 2017-10-08Jets17 - 14BrownsFirstEnergy Stadium
- Final - 2017-10-08Panthers27 - 24LionsFord Field
- Final - 2017-10-08Titans10 - 16DolphinsHard Rock Stadium
- Final - 2017-10-08Chargers27 - 22GiantsMetLife Stadium
- Final - 2017-10-08AZCardinals7 - 34EaglesLincoln Financial Field
- Final - 2017-10-08Jaguars30 - 9SteelersHeinz Field
- Final - 2017-10-08Ravens30 - 17RaidersOakland Coliseum
- Final - 2017-10-08Seahawks16 - 10RamsLos Angeles Memorial Coliseum
- Final - 2017-10-08Packers35 - 31CowboysAT&T Stadium
- Final/OT - 2017-10-0849ers23 - 26ColtsLucas Oil Stadium
- Final - 2017-10-06Patriots19 - 14BuccaneersRaymond James Stadium
Green Bay Packers
End of an era in Green Bay difficult for all involved
GREEN BAY – There are so many moments that come to mind with Jordy Nelson.
It’s not about the stats. His numerous top-five rankings in team history are impressive and all, but it’s about the moments.
There was the catch-and-run touchdown at the Metrodome in early 2009, when all the attention was on Brett Favre vs.
Aaron Rodgers, but it was a young, second-year receiver showing his first real flash of big-time playmaking ability.
Then there was the 80-yard touchdown the day after Christmas in 2010 on the opening drive of the Giants game, beginning the Packers’ historic run, which Nelson helped punctuate with a contested touchdown catch in the Super Bowl, followed by the jubilant, leaping hip-shoulder bump with Rodgers captured for all eternity on the cover of Sports Illustrated.
There are so many moments that come to mind with Jordy Nelson both on & off the field. 📰
Baltimore is expected to sign former Washington Redskins wide receiver Ryan Grant to a four-year deal worth $29 million, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport.
Statement from Owner Shad Khan on former Pro Bowl MLB Paul Posluszny’s retirement announcement:
Here’s a list of 1️⃣5️⃣ players who could potentially be a fit with the Lions in free agency.
“We’re confident those guys can take the next step.”
Kenny Clark & Blake Martinez have emerged as key players in their second year 📰