The Los Angeles Rams and Kansas City Chiefs treated football fans to one of the greatest NFL games of all time on Monday night, and one player on the winning side felt that the inexperience of Patric
Tony Dungy only needed to see 10 minutes of the incredible “Monday Night Football” game to know where it was heading.
The 2018 NFL season is coming up on the final quarter stretch and in most cases, nothing is settled.
The heavily-anticipated “Monday Night Football” matchup between the Kansas City Chiefs and Los Angeles Rams lived up to the expectations and even surpassed them.
The referees were throwing penalty flags left and right in the first half of Monday night’s Kansas City Chiefs-Los Angeles Rams game, but somehow they failed to call a penalty on Ndamukong Suh
The story after a quarter of play in Monday night’s anticipated game between the Los Angeles Rams and Kansas City Chiefs was about all the penalty flags being thrown.
Alex Smith suffered what looked like one of the most gruesome football injuries of the season on Sunday, and it has become clear that it was every bit as horrifying as it appeared.
In an unsurprising move, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will go back to Jameis Winston for Week 12.