It could be argued that no position has changed more in the NFL's history than the tight end. Once primarily a sixth offensive lineman who would catch the occasional pass, tight ends have become key cogs on offense.
Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson had the best dual-threat quarterback season of all time (and one of the best for his position period), rushing for 1,206 yards and throwing for 3,127 yards. In past seasons, Jackson would have been an outlier as a signal-caller, but today, we are seeing more and more dual-threat quarterbacks.
Super Bowl LIV will feature one of the largest age gaps between head coaches in the big game's history. Does this mean the older Andy Reid has the distinct advantage over the younger Kyle Shanahan? We’ll find out on Super Bowl Sunday. Here are the biggest age differences among the head coaches in Super Bowl history.
The San Francisco 49ers have been one of the most pleasant surprises of the NFL season, in large part thanks to the offensive creativity of head coach Kyle Shanahan. Despite lacking name-brand players, the Niners rank fourth in the league in passing offense.
For the second time in three weeks, NFC South rivals New Orleans and Atlanta will meet, this time on Thanksgiving night in Mercedes-Benz Stadium. This marks the second straight season the teams will play each on the holiday. The Saints won last year's Turkey Day meeting, 31-17.
The Arizona Cardinals and the Atlanta Falcons have a lot of things in common: bad defense, good offense, one win each, and both named after birds. But the Falcons and Cardinals are two teams trending in different directions.
The Indianapolis Colts (1-1) get to enjoy the friendly confines of Lucas Oil Stadium for the first time this season, as they play host to the Atlanta Falcons (1-1) on Sunday for a pivotal Week 3 cross-conference matchup.