10 NFL Quarterbacks Under The Most Pressure To Perform In 2018NFL quarterback is the most pressure-filled position in pro sports, and these QBs face circumstances that will elevate the pressure in 2018.
NFL Post-June 1 Trade CandidatesAs the slowest part of the NFL offseason drags on, here are 10 trades that could make sense for the teams and players involved.
Keidel: Vikings Good And Getting BetterWhile last season's Minnesota Vikings faded from the NFC playoff race, this season's team is a legitimate contender.
Hammond: For Texans, Romo Carries Far More Risk Than Peyton DidFor the Texans, is Tony Romo "Peyton Manning 2.0"?
Hammond: Texans Must Spend Multiple Picks On QBs In 2017Can the Texans spend *too many* picks on their QB room?
Keidel: Vikings More Than Salvaging A SeasonThe Mike Zimmer's Minnesota Vikings, playing without QB Teddy Bridgewater and RB Adrian Peterson, remain undefeated after five games.
Warren Moon: Texans Rookie Wide Receivers Have Lots To LearnNFL Hall of Famer Warren Moon joined In The Loop and they talked about the rookie wide receivers for the Texans, quarterback play now and when he played, Teddy Bridgewater, Brock Osweiler and the Seattle Seahawks.
Keidel: Is Sam Bradford The Answer For The Minnesota Vikings?With Teddy Bridgewater lost for the season, the Minnesota Vikings turn to a mediocre Sam Bradford to keep their playoff hopes alive.
The Best of The Triple Threat 08-31-2016The Best of The Triple Threat, from Wednesday 08-31-2016
Teddy Bridgewater Goes Down At Vikings PracticeTweets from Vikings practice say Bridgewater went down and it appeared to be a knee injury. Players were praying and an ambulance was called, but no confirmation it was for Bridgewater. The team ended the practice immediately.
Seahawks Hoping For Repeat Performance Against VikingsIt was a little over a month ago that the Seattle Seahawks swooped into Minnesota and did a number on the Vikings, rolling to a 38-7 win over the NFC North champions.
Mr. Rodgers Teaches Vikings A LessonThe Packers and Vikings matchup was supposed to be Minnesota's statement game. But Green Bay did all the talking.