- WEEK 3 NFL POWER RANKINGS: We Definitively Know The 6 Best Teams In Football
- Everyone Keeps Talking About Adrian Peterson's Unsettlingly Strong Handshake
- Injuries to Green, Charles & RGIII Exact Their Toll
- The Colombian Women's Cycling Team Uniforms Are Not Really NSFW
- Manning, Elway Dispute Suggestion That Wes Welker's Suspension Was A Shocker
The penalty for bad language, the first of its kind in the NFL, came on Sunday night after the 49ers QB had just thrown an interception against the Bears. But the new rule is murky and ill-conceived, which is no surprise in this man’s NFL.
…and the future appears to be awesome. See what we think about it before you go and drop $60 on updated rosters, inside.
Has their women’s team gone full Brazilian? Actually that’s flesh-colored material, but it’s still causing a huge controversy.
The Jets did a very Jets thing yesterday and called a timeout moments before Geno Smith threw a beautiful, game-tying touchdown pass against the Packers late in the fourth quarter. Should the referees have let that happen?
FNTSY Sports Network’s Pat Mayo and Tim Anderson review the disaster that was Week 2 in the NFL and talk through their Week 3 Waiver Wire Power Rankings. They reflect on how the league should handle the Jets timeout situation moving forward, if Adrian Peterson will be suspended for the season and at what price is it worth it to trade for his services. Plus, a full Week 3 injury report, target recap, and full positional rankings, after the jump…
This is a difficult time for the Vikings, who are opting to not make a difficult choice because it might make their heads hurt. See what Zygi and Mark Wilf said in their statement regarding AP’s future with the team…
When Will Adrian Peterson Return To The NFL — And What Jersey Will He Wear If He Does? [UPDATE: He'll Play This Week]
They may not be an NFL career more in flux at the moment than that of Adrian Peterson’s. Ray Rice is suspended indefinitely, but he should expect to sit out the rest of the year, at the very least, until another team gives him a chance. Adrian Peterson, meanwhile, could return as early as this week — that is, if he doesn’t go to prison for two years.