Baltimore Ravens vs. Miami Dolphins - NFL Week 10 (11/11/21) | How to Watch, Start Time
On Thursday Night Football, the Baltimore Ravens look to further their lead in the AFC North, as they get set to take on the Miami Dolphins, who look to stay on the winning side of things, in the Sunshine State. The Ravens are coming off quite the exciting affair last Sunday when they hosted the Minnesota Vikings. The Ravens have handled the Dolphins since their first meeting in 1997, winning 10 of the first 16 matchups. What: NFL Football (Week 10)Who: Miami Dolphins (2-7) vs. Baltimore Ravens (6-2)When: Thursday, November 11Time: 8:20 p.m. Channel: NFL Network, FOXStream: FuboTV (7-day free trial), Sling, DirecTV StreamCheck out the NFL standings and results heremlive.com
Carolina Panthers vs. Houston Texans (9/23/21) | How to Watch, Start Time
On Thursday night, two South division teams clash in the state of Texas, as the Houston Texans host the Carolina Panthers, with the Panthers coming in as the favorites to kickoff week three. The Texans could not stop the tough Browns rushing attack in a 31-21 loss, dropping them to 1-1 to start the season. Tyrod Taylor started well at QB for Houston, throwing a touchdown pass, before getting just before halftime. What: NFL Football (Week 3)Who: Carolina Panthers (2-0) vs. Houston Texans (1-1)When: Thursday, September 23Time: 8:20 p.m. ETWhere: NRG Stadium (Houston, Texas)Channel: NFL NetworkStream: FuboTV (7-day free trial), Sling, DirecTV StreamCheck out the NFL standings and results heremlive.com
From season-altering to bizarre, injuries hit NFL yet again
From the season-altering (Dak Prescott, Barkley) to the bizarre (Tyrod Taylor, Trent Brown), injuries are playing their traditionally significant role in the NFL. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast, File)ARLINGTON, Texas – From the season-altering to the bizarre, injuries are playing their traditionally significant role in the NFL. Brown also recently went back on the COVID-19 list, a newcomer among potential ailments with the NFL playing during a pandemic. Few teams have had the volume of injuries that have hit defending NFC champion San Francisco. New Orleans' star receiver, Michael Thomas, has had a tumultuous season in part because of ankle and hamstring injuries.
Lions WR Golladay makes 2020 debut; Bucs' Godwin also active
Jeudy is active for the Bucs game as Denver quarterback Jeff Driskel makes his first start while Drew Lock recovers from a shoulder injury. Cardinals: QB Brett Hundley, WR Christian Kirk, RB Eno Benjamin, OL Mason Cole, OL Josh Miles, DL Leki Fotu. ___CHICAGO AT ATLANTABears: CB Duke Shelley, OG Arlington Hambright, NT Daniel McCullers, WR RIley Ridley, OLB Trevis GipsonFalcons: WR Julio Jones, CB A.J. Browns: WR Donovan Peoples-Jones, CB Greedy Williams, LB Jacob Phillips, Olivier Vernon, Evan Brown and WR Rashard Higgins. Brown, CB Chris Jackson OLB Derick Roberson, C Aaron Brewer, TE Geoff Swaim, DT Matt DickersonVikings: WR Tajaé Sharpe, WR K.J.
Chargers team doctor accidentally punctures lung of starting QB Tyrod Taylor
Tyrod Taylor saw a doctor to seek relief from a cracked rib. The Los Angeles Chargers' starting quarterback sustained the injury on Sunday before a game against the Kansas City Chiefs, according to reports. A Chargers' team doctor was trying to administer a pain-killing injection and accidentally punctured Taylor’s lung. Chargers head coach Anthony Lynn has publicly backed Taylor as the starter, so long as he’s healthy. ESPN reported that Taylor wound up in the hospital after the injection as he had trouble breathing.mlive.com
AP Source: Chargers' team doctor punctured Taylor's lung
COSTA MESA, Calif. – Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Tyrod Taylor missed last Sunday's game because a team doctor accidentally punctured his lung, according to a person familiar with the case. Rookie Justin Herbert was the Chargers' surprise starter in last Sunday's 23-20 overtime loss to the Kansas City Chiefs. Herbert said he found out he was playing right as the Chargers were lining up to receive the opening kickoff. Taylor was taken to the hospital due to difficulties breathing after Lynn said he had a reaction to an injection. He was taken off it, though, after fully participating in practice and taking all of the snaps with the first team.
Barkley, 49ers hit with potentially season-ending injuries
Start with running back, where Giants star Saquon Barkley is believed to have torn the ACL in his right knee early in their loss at Chicago. The 49ers' Jimmy Garoppolo tried to play through a right ankle injury before Nick Mullens took over for the second half. Tevin Coleman also left San Francisco's win over the Jets with a late knee injury. Along with Lock and Sutton, the Broncos lost defensive end Dre'Mont Jones to a knee injury in their defeat at Pittsburgh. Washington guard Brandon Scherff, who left early in Arizona with a knee injury, was among the offensive linemen hurt around the NFL on Sunday.
Chiefs-Chargers Preview: Chargers Look To Contain Chiefs In Home Opener
Stream your local NFL on CBS game live with CBS All Access. Meanwhile, the Chiefs defense limited Deshaun Watson and the Texans high-powered offense for much of the game. That sort of performance from Taylor won’t be enough for the Chargers to keep pace with Mahomes and the Chiefs. They’ll need the running game and defense to defense to step up as well. If the Chargers offense can control the clock and limit Mahomes’ opportunities, and Joey Bosa and Melvin Ingram can contain him somewhat with the pass rush when he is on the field, the Chargers might just have a chance.detroit.cbslocal.com
Prescott set for franchise tag without long-term Dallas deal
Dak Prescott will play whatever becomes of the 2020 season under the one-year franchise tag after the Dallas Cowboys and their star quarterback couldn't agree on a long-term contract. Clubs had until Wednesday afternoon to reach multiyear deals with players given the franchise tag. Green and defensive end Yannick Ngakoue of Jacksonville haven't signed the one-year contract that goes with the tag. If so, his fate will be different than the other two QBs who have played under the franchise tag. Anthony Harris of Minnesota and Denver's Justin Simmons are set to play under the $11.4 million tag for a safety.
Lynn: Kaepernick fits Chargers style but no workouts planned
Kaepernick was a second-round draft pick in 2011 who the next year led the San Francisco 49ers to the Super Bowl. The Chargers could explore bringing Kaepernick in for a workout depending on what happens during the preseason, Lynn said. Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said last week that he received a call from another team about Kaepernick. Carroll and the Seahawks brought Kaepernick in for a workout in 2017 and had another planned in 2018 but it was canceled. Lynn was the offensive coordinator for most of the 2016 season in Buffalo, where Taylor was his quarterback.