The Raiders are looking for their first win of the season Sunday when they play the undefeated Dolphins. Here's how to watch on TV and online.
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Yahoo Sports NFL senior writers Terez Paylor, Kimberley A. Martin and Charles Robinson select games this week that will leave us buzzing heading into Monday … and in this case, Tuesday.
In addition to being a big-play threat at wide receiver, Hill has returned four punts for touchdowns in his 33-game career, including one this season.
Kansas City quarterback Patrick Mahomes has been the talk of the league after the first two games, and he will try to keep it going on Sunday against the San Francisco 49ers in the Chiefs' first home game of the season. The Chiefs are one of seven teams that are 2-0, but Kansas City is the only 2-0 team that played its first two games on the road. Mahomes was outstanding in both, being named the AFC Offensive Player of the Week after each of the Chiefs' first two games.
NEW YORK (AP) — Vikings safety Andrew Sendejo was fined $53,482 by the NFL on Friday for his hit during a play in Minnesota's tie at Green Bay last weekend.
Over 90 percent of experts pick the Bears to defeat the Cardinals this Sunday, according to NFL Pick Watch.
During the NFL's 21-year absence from Los Angeles, the area's professional football fans survived just fine. Now that the Rams have returned and the Chargers have arrived to saturate the nation's second-largest market with a home game nearly every weekend, Los Angeles fans have a wealth of football at their doors. What LA doesn't have is a true local rivalry - not yet, and maybe not ever.
The role and value of the running back in the NFL has evolved as much as any position over the past decade, with a league-wide trend favoring versatile players who can contribute equally to the passing attack as to the ground game. Todd Gurley embodies the postmodern ball carrier as well as anyone. After racking up 2,093 yards and 19 touchdowns from scrimmage last year for the Los Angeles Rams to bounce back from a rough 2016 season, Gurley is again off to a running start with 220 total yards and four touchdowns in his first two games.