Sunday Morning Football
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Ravens Vs. Jaguars @ Wembley Stadium

Taking the NFL international! 

Instead of holding your breath until the Sunday games begin, watch this video on repeat.

Well golly gee, football makes us happy.

London Games! 

Oakland Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch pushes through Jets defenders for his first touchdown as a Raider.

We are so happy for you Beastmode!
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Who's Better?

Asked by pats8712bacon

Take a look through our freeD vision at the top plays from around the NFL in Week 2.

This 3-D stuff is cool. Gosh, we like technology. Especially, when it makes football even better. ('Cause we like, LOVE football.)
seahawkfan48 just scored 220 points in Blitz Botz!
September is not only the start of the NFL's regular season, it's also Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. NFL 360 tells the story of Tom Brady, Gabe Lester and fulfilling a lifelong dream.
Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Chris Long will donate 6 game checks to fund scholarships to 'promote equality through education' in his hometown of Charlottesville, VA.

That is just so amazing. We don't even have words. Well except, "THANK YOU, CHRIS!"

Fly, Eagles, Fly 
Watch the debate about which word best represents the season in the NFC East heading into Week 3.

Those are some choice words. It's hard to boil it down to one word... I guess if we had to it would be HARD... or tough... or epic... or drama... or intense... or EXTRA.

Okay, we can't pick just one.

What word would you use?

Cast Your Vote!

Which Division is the Best?

Rookies have totaled 19 touchdowns through Week 2 — the most through two weeks of an NFL season since 1978 (when there were 21!)

Check out the best QB dimes that were delivered during Week 2's NFL action.

Which one was your favorite?
Rookie offensive tackle Jermaine Eluemenor returns to London - the city where he grew up - as a member of the Ravens. Hear his success story in his own words as he prepares to play at Wembley Stadium.

Dreams come true.
Take a look back at the best moments from the NFL London games.

Like this moment.

Which was... historic??? LOL
Take a look back at the best moments from the NFL London games.
Check out the very best runs from Week 2 of NFL action.

Which one was the most impressive? 

On this day 48 years ago, was the longest punt in NFL history... 98 yards! (It was Jets rookie punter, Steve O'Neal)

Detriot Lions QB Matthew Stafford lofts it up to wide receiver Marvin Jones for 27-yard TD.

Gosh, they make it look so easy! 

In this episode of "Vikings Huddle" the Vikings mascot, Viktor goes head to head against a young fan in a US Presidents Quiz.

Play along and let us know in the comments, are you smarter than Viktor? 

Can't-Miss Play: Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Sammy Watkins makes an unbelievable over the shoulder catch for a gain of 47 yards.
Must see to believe! 
Poll: Have you Been?
On Sunday, the Ravens and the Jaguars will face off in Wembley stadium. That is in LONDON, ENGLAND! "Just across the pond" is what they say. (The Atlantic Ocean is "the pond" in that analogy.)

As it turns out, there are a lot of crazy, fun-filled, pumped up American Football fans in England. Who knew!? 

So have you ever been to England?

A) Yes! Me and James Bond are total buds.

B) NOT YET! But, I want to go! 

C) No. They call soccer football. It'll just be too confusing! 

Watch the highlights from the Los Angeles Rams Week 3 victory over the San Francisco 49ers.

Jared Goff threw for 292 yards and three touchdowns and Todd Gurley ran for two TDs and caught another to help the Rams win the game during Thursday night’s matchup.

Rams 41
49ers 39

Great game, Gurley! 


Rams @ 49ers

"My dawg Todd Gurley went off tonight! #TNF" ~LeGarrette Blount 

"This game is crazy!" ~Brandon Marshall, Super Bowl 50 Champ, #BroncosUp

Thursday Night Football is about to begin! It's the Los Angeles Rams star rookie, Cooper Kupp's first TNF game! Wish him luck in the comments!

Rams @ 49ers The game will begin in FIVE MINUTES!

With his 10th career pick-six, Broncos Aqib Talib is now fourth all-time in NFL history.