Seattle was bolstered by a dominant second half on Sunday but this week faces an improved Rams offense and a D-line that has given Russell Wilson fits.
Podcast Player - October 3, 2017 - Cold Hard Facts
So Brandon Weeden is back in the NFL, but why would any team want him as a quarterback? John Clayton stops by Danny, Dave, and Moore for a six pack of Cold Hard Facts as the NFL turns the page towards week five. Also, are the Chiefs a legit championship contender? The Professor lets the guys know that, as well as the latest injury news and notes from around the NFL.
A recap of the latest news around the NFC West division.
You had Seahawks questions, we have answers.
Packers running back Ty Montgomery wants to play Sunday. He hopes to play Sunday. He will try to play Sunday. "I'm going into this week as if I'm going to play," Montgomery said Tuesday, via Rob Demovsky of ESPN. Montgomery also knows he might not play Sunday.
Seahawks starting cornerback Jeremy Lane's status for this week is uncertain after suffering a groin injury last Sunday night against the Indianapolis Colts. Lane played just four defensive snaps before he appeared to be injured chasing Colts wide receiver Kamar Aiken.
Kicker Brandon McManus hasn't missed more than five field goal attempts in any of his first three seasons with the Denver Broncos. That success led to the Broncos giving McManus a three-year extension worth $11.
John Fox needed just one month to move on from his bridge quarterback to his team's future. But is the new signal-caller ready for the limelight?
The Saints got a major boost with their shutout win over the Dolphins on Sunday, but lost a key piece of their offense. Tackle Zach Strief has been placed on injured reserve, ending his season.
The Patriots have some problems with their defense, but they don't have issues with air travel. The Patriots will make their inaugural flight on their team plane on Wednesday.
The NFL and NFL Players Association met Tuesday to discuss social activism by NFL players, the two groups announced in a joint statement.
Danny Trevathan will miss one less game than expected. The Bears linebacker has had his suspension reduced to one game by appeals officer Derrick Brooks, NFL spokesperson Michael Signora announced.
The rookie RB is setting records, Atlanta Falcons LB has a rough week, the locker room in Los Angeles pops off, and more in our daily roundup.