Rich Gannon: Jon Gruden Hasn't Been Away From Game, Will Do Terrific JobJon Gruden hasn't coached in the NFL since 2008, but he hasn't left the game, Rich Gannon said. He's been right in the thick of it
Jon Gruden Has Already Flipped Switch From Commentator To CoachNFL Network analyst Steve Wyche discussed the Gruden hire, which he says has done "a 180" for both the franchise and the fan base
Chiefs Analyst: Alex Smith Playing With Swagger, ConfidenceAlex Smith has completed 69.1 percent of his passes for 2,181 yards and 16 touchdowns this season. He's also yet to throw an interception.
Despite Winless Chargers, AFC West Might Be Toughest Division In FootballThe Chiefs (3-0), Broncos (2-1) and Raiders (2-1) all have Super Bowl aspirations
Larry Fitzgerald Is The Most Beloved Cardinal In Franchise HistoryFitzgerald had 13 catches for 149 yards and a touchdown against Dallas on Monday, albeit in a losing effort
L.A. Fans Are Fickle – And There's No Way Around ItLos Angeles has two NFL teams to support. Thus far, the city isn't supporting either
Rams' Week 1 Attendance Doesn't Bode Well For NFL's L.A. MarketThe Rams won on the field but lost in the stands Sunday
Raiders, Dolphins Among Biggest Question Marks In 2017The Raiders and Dolphins made the playoffs last season for the first time since 2002 and 2008, respectively
Lawrence: Halfway Home, The NFL Season After Week 8From the rise of the NFC East and AFC West to sagging TV ratings, what's trending after eight weeks of the 2016 NFL season?
Lawrence: How The West Is WonThe AFC West is both comedy and tragedy, as each team features prominent strengths and potentially fatal weaknesses. Who will win it?