The NFL's trade deadline looms on November 2. Teams are already making moves to improve their rosters. This practice has transpired for decades, with several future Hall of Famers being moved during the season.
Every NFL team tries to build a dynasty and win Super Bowls, but only a select few in NFL history have found such consistency. Over the next five years, these are the teams that have the best chance at ultimate success.
Urban Meyer is attempting to carry his college mastery to the NFL. Several have tried to accomplish this, only to come up short. This group of coaches, which includes a host of national championship winners, serves as a reminder how difficult this jump can be.
With the NFL's stretch run approaching, several teams are looking to rebound after shaky starts to reach the playoffs. Here are the most notable squads to complete in-season turnarounds that ended in postseason berths.
The quarterback is the most important player on the football field, but it takes an entire team of talented players to build a champion. These are the best non-quarterbacks for all 32 NFL teams going into the 2021 season.
While going from last place in a division to first was once infrequent, the NFL sees it happen nearly every year in the modern era. Here are the most notable worst-to-first seasons -- judged by impact and degree of improvement -- since the modern divisional setup began in 1970.
With Thanksgiving upon us, every NFL team has something to be thankful for whether they've seen on-field success in 2021 or not. With a cup half full attitude, here's a look at what all 32 teams can most appreciate.
Urban Meyer is the latest college coach to attempt an NFL replication of his previous success. He would not be the first one. The Pro Football Hall of Fame features a few college leaders who made the leap, and the NFL has seen others succeed as well.
Running backs led the way Sunday, with Jonathan Taylor and Austin Ekeler powering AFC squads to key victories. The Chiefs notched another high-profile win as well, seeing more defensive improvement, while the NFC wild-card race keeps expanding.