Marcus Mariota goes for multiple touchdowns again, Blake Bortles looks for his first road win, Antonio Gates is a touchdown away from No. 100, and more.
Bennett's theory makes sense until you take a deeper look.
Oddsmakers have taken a liking to Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton, who's somehow now listed as the third most likely player to win the 2015 NFL MVP.
Bennett holds the assassination of President John F. Kennedy against Lions quarterback and Dallas native Matthew Stafford.
Ebron injured the knee against Seattle on Monday night.
The Falcons are dominating, but there is still room for improvement. The Cards, meanwhile, take a step back with costly mistakes against the Rams.
Bennett is not happy that President John F. Kennedy was killed in the city where Stafford grew up.
A controversial 'illegal bat' play went uncalled at the end of the game as the Seahawks survived and moved to 2-2.
Lions fans are frustrated. With the team's 0-3 start, with the suddenly sub-par defense, and with quarterback Matthew Stafford.
Both the Lions and Seahawks have started the season slow, with the teams combining for just one win in the first three weeks. Here are five key stats to know about the matchup.

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