Here's something nobody would have predicted in mid-September of 2017: Robert Griffin and Santana Moss beefing over the firing of Mike Shanahan four years ago.
When Detroit Lions quarterback changed a play at the line of scrimmage, he called out a play that referenced childhood pal Clayton Kershaw.
Detroit Lions kicker Matt Prater got a great bounce on a 56-yard field goal near the end of the first half against the New York Giants.
A lot of people noticed when Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott didn't turn and hustle after a Broncos interception.
Seahawks receiver Paul Richardson reportedly suffered a compound fracture of his ring finger Sunday, but he didn't let that keep him out of the game.
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is still a bit hit in Europe. He has the top selling NFL jersey there, though Odell Beckham is the best seller in the United Kingdom.
For the second straight week, Chargers kicker Younghoe Koo missed a field goal in the final seconds, and the Chargers might look at other options.
The Los Angeles Chargers played their first game in Los Angeles since moving there, and a lot of Miami Dolphins fans showed up.
Sam Bradford got an MRI on his knee after swelling but an ESPN report said Minnesota is "cautiously optimistic" he'll play on Sunday against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
It wasn't hard for Adrian Peterson to keep count of how many snaps he played against the Minnesota Vikings, his former team. He played just nine downs.
Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson was bad. Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton was bad. But Watson made one play.
Oakland Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch, who played his first game after coming out of retirement last week, was fined for a hand gesture in that game.