Super Bowl 2022: The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are the reigning NFL champions, but who'll make the playoffs — and lift the Lombardi Trophy at the end of this season?
The Baltimore Ravens could be a bit shorthanded on offense this Sunday when they take on the Cincinnati Bengals in a crucial AFC North matchup. Jonas Shaffer of The Baltimore Sun is reporting that running back Latavius Murray and wide receiver Sammy Watkins missed practice this Friday. Murray is nursing an ankle injury, whereas Watkins is dealing with a thigh injury. Shaffer believes it’s unlikely they’re active this Sunday.
The Week 7 NFL schedule for the 2021 season is stacked with great matchups, and we've got you covered with what you need to know heading into the weekend. Our NFL Nation reporters bring us the biggest keys to every game, a bold prediction for each matchup and, of course, final score picks.
Cleveland Browns schedule this week Week 8 – vs. Pittsburgh Steelers Date Time (ET) TV Sunday, Oct. 31 1:00 PM CBS
Longtime play-by-play man Greg Gumbel believes fans should appreciate great players who don’t play for their favorite teams … and uses a longtime rival of the Ravens as an example. Gumbel, 75, has has been one of the top play-by-play voices for the NFL on CBS since the late ’90s....
It's an AFC North battle as the Ravens host the Bengals on Sunday. Baltimore has dominated this series as of late with five straight wins, including both contests fairly easily last year. The first was a 27-3 win at home in Week 4 followed by a 38-3 blowout in Cincinnati to close out the regular season. Quarterback play was a big factor in the two games, as Lamar Jackson accounted for five touchdowns while Joe Burrow and Brandon Allen were sacked a combined seven times.
NFL Week 7 bold predictions: Jameis Winston drops 5 TDs on Seattle; Derrick Henry extends wild streak
Throughout the 2021 NFL season, NFL Network analysts will provide one bold prediction heading into each week's slate of games (see the full Week 7 schedule). David Carr: Jameis Winston has excelled as the full-time starter in Sean Payton's offense. His current TD-to-INT ratio of 12:3 (four scoring strikes for every pick) is the finest of his career -- his previous best was 19:11 in 2017 (1.7 TDs for every INT). This week, I see him really going off. Fresh off a bye week, facing a Seattle team that ranks dead last in total defense, Jameis piles up five TD passes.
Before the start of the season, it's unlikely many people believed the Ravens' first AFC North contest, against the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 7, would be a showdown for first place in the division. But here we are, thanks to Cincinnati being a much-improved team. After winning just six games...
The stakes haven’t been this high for the Cincinnati Bengals in quite some time. Sure, they established their dominance over the Pittsburgh Steelers and went punch for punch with the Green Bay Packers recently, but the crown for midseason AFC superiority is up for grabs this Sunday. A win and they’re playing from in front for the rest of a long season.
Two of the biggest jobs in college football have vacancies right now with LSU and USC openly looking for new head coaches. But while both schools are likely to cast a wide net, there’s an NFL head coach getting some attention for the job. In a recent interview, former NFL...
LSU's search for a new head coach to replace Ed Orgeron at the end of the season is underway and one sitting NFL head coach has surfaced as a dark horse candidate, according to former Buffalo Bills general manager Doug Whaley. Whaley said on radio this week that Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin could leave for the opening at LSU or USC, citing his CEO-like style and willingness to depart with Ben Roethlisberger's tenure soon coming to an end.
Immediate takeaways from Browns 17-14 win over the Broncos as defense, D'Ernest Johnson, Case Keenum step up
CLEVELAND -- In a critical game on Thursday Night football, the Cleveland Browns prevailed with a 17-14 win in front of 67,431 fans at FirstEnergy Stadium. The win improves the Browns to 4-3 on the season and snapped a two-game losing streak. The Broncos lost their fourth in a row to drop to 3-4. “That is a great team win," Kevin Stefanski said. "I am really proud of the guys for fighting like crazy to get to this game. Guys who were pushing through those injuries, it was just incredible to see these Thursday night games and what they put their bodies through. I am really proud of them. Just the game itself, playing complementary football. Whatever took it in any of that game, whatever it took offensively, defensively and special teams, I thought the guys really played complementary ball. We got a team win.
While it’s too early to write off any NFL team’s season — oh wait, we forgot about Detroit, Houston, Miami, Jacksonville and the rotten Big Apple — there is plenty of angst spread across the lower ends of the standings. As we dismiss those clubs mentioned above, we also present...
The Ravens stay at home for a third straight week and will take part in their first divisional game of the year as they welcome the Cincinnati Bengals to the Bank. The Bengals have exceeded expectations this year as many had them as a lock to finish last in the AFC North. They have responded to those critics by jumping out to a 4-2 record and could tie for the division lead with a win.
At the Top of Tight End Heap, Mark Andrews Plans to Keep ‘Going Off’ - Clifton Brown. Andrews has been “going off” all season, tied with Travis Kelce of the Kansas City Chiefs for the most receiving yards among NFL tight ends. Andrews’ impressive stats (34 catches, 468 yards, three touchdowns) have called attention to his status as one of the NFL’s best tight ends.
Riding a five-game winning streak, the Ravens (5-1) face the much-improved Cincinnati Bengals (4-2) on Sunday at M&T Bank Stadium in their first AFC North matchup of the season. To help break the game down, The Baltimore Sun asked Cincinnati Enquirer beat reporter Kelsey Conway three questions about the Week 7 matchup in what could be a budding rivalry: The Ravens dominated the Bengals last ...
Make sure to tune into CBS 21 this Sunday to see our NFL double header. Things kickoff at 1 p.m., as Joe Burrow and the Cincinnati Bengals take on Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens in a battle for AFC North supremacy. Then at 4:25 p.m., watch the Chicago Bears...
Without any cockiness at all, I have to admire my early-season work so far. This is a short card of only 12 Sunday/Monday games. We’ll tread carefully, but I’ll deliver a few delicious picks. Spreads are provided by FanDuel. Cincinnati (4-2) at Baltimore Ravens (5-1) Line: Baltimore -6.5 This is...