AFC West articles

Is Irsay an Ingrate or Simply Stirring Up Headlines for Manning Homecoming?

This Sunday, Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning will return to Indianapolis for his first matchup against the Indianapolis Colts. Along with his team’s perfect record, his homecoming, the great play by his successor Andrew Luck and the love by the fans for him, there’s a lot at stake and distractions. And there’s also the Colts

Broncos, Chiefs and the Saints: Team With the Best Shot at Going Undefeated?

As the NFL enters Week 6, three teams remain undefeated: the Denver Broncos, the Kansas Chiefs and the New Orleans Saints. It’s always a huge feat to go undefeated week-to-week but to do so for an entire season is even less frequent as the 1972 Miami Dolphins were the last team to do so. With

Teams that Could be in the Josh Gordon Trade Derby

After starting season 0-2, the Cleveland Browns looked headed for another dismal season. They had an injured starting quarterback and had traded away their top running back. The Browns also appeared as if they were looking ahead to 2014 as its third string quarterback Brian Hoyer took over in Week 3 and trade talks began

Has Mike McCoy Resurrected Philip Rivers’ Career in San Diego?

For the San Diego Chargers (1-2), change has come this season and quarterback Philip Rivers is off to a good start. In the first week, he threw for 195 yards and four touchdowns followed by a second week performance that included passing for more than 400 yards, three touchdowns and zero turnovers. This was good enough

NFL Teams Primed for an Upset in Week 2

As we enter the second week of the NFL season, teams are still trying to find their place. Some will continue to exceed expectations while others will again be slow leaving the starting gates. Here’s a look at Week 2’s potential upsets. Yep…this is one of the many reasons why we love the game. Carolina

Can the Raiders Even Compete When Matt Flynn Can’t Throw Past 25 Yards?

For the 2013 season, the Oakland Raiders will look to improve from their 2012 4-12 record and try to get back to winning ways. It’s been a long drought–not since their 2002 AFC title run–and change has come with a new general manager Reggie McKenzie, new head coach Dennis Allen and new quarterback, Matt Flynn. He