Why not have nine or ten hours of football simmering in the background while you sink into a tryptophan-induced slumber? Here’s the Turkey Day lineup, and a couple of other choice cuts from Week 12.
We’re not quite halfway through the NFL season, and only 11 of 32 teams have winning records. But these match-ups prove that level of play isn’t endemic—yet.
Before we get to this week’s top match-ups, let’s pause for a moment to congratulate the NFL on a special milestone: Last Thursday, when September turned into October, it marked the first time since July 2009 that the league completed a calendar month without having any player arrests reported.
Hey folks, it’s Week 4 in the NFL, which means two things: The wheat is starting to separate from the chaff, and the league is set to launch its annual series of three games (per season) in … London!
Two weeks into the 2015–16 NFL season, nine teams are 2-0 and nine teams are 0-2 (which means, if you’re keeping score at home, that 14 teams are 1-1). Week 3 could see some shifts in the standings.
Did you catch the Guardian’s liveblog, by Aussie Matt Cleary, of last Monday night’s Minnesota–San Francisco game? It’s well worth your time. So are these games from Week 2.