In 2016, three games will be played in England, and on Wednesday the league announced the matchups: Colts at Jaguars, Redskins at Bengals and the Rams and a yet-to-be determined NFC opponent.
Who wins in Week 12 in the NFL? Pete Prisco makes his picks for all the games.
Favre, Alan Faneca, and Terrell Owens are the three first-year candidates.
Fitzpatrick has a lot of confidence in himself, which is expected, but should the Jets share that confidence?
Same old Bengals? Hardly. While Cincinnati drops in this week's Power Rankings after a tough loss at Arizona, the fight that Andy Dalton and the rest of the Bengals put up in that failed comeback was impressive.
If you're wondering which NFL teams are going to win in Week 12, you've come to the right place.
Chip Kelly may be an offensive guru, but as an NFL GM, the defense he put together stinks. Kelly wanted all the power, so deserves the blame.
Two years removed from the playoffs, the Chargers are currently slated to pick No. 1 overall, which fits their need for a franchise left tackle to protect Phillip Rivers
If cheaters never prosper, they never read Dave Richard's Cheat Sheet. Fantasy owners pushing for the playoffs shouldn't miss his take on over 150 players heading into Week 11.
The Panthers have scored at least 27 points in seven straight games, Tony Romo and Dez Bryant look to break a Cowboys record, Brock Osweiler makes his first start against a familiar face, and more.

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