Week 3 seems WAY too early to announce the most anticipated NFL regular-season game of the year, but that's pretty clearly the case Monday night when the Kansas City Chiefs visit the Baltimore Ravens, who are 3-point favorites.
SEC fans are the most passionate in college football but also the most arrogant as they believe their level of play is vastly superior to every other league.
No team has ever rallied from down 3-0 to win an NBA playoff series. Then again, the Denver Nuggets have rallied from two 3-1 series deficits in this postseason.
The Kansas City Chiefs took advantage of a season-ending injury to Oakland Raiders quarterback Derek Carr to win the AFC West.
If you considered the recent postseason success of the Seattle Seahawks, including two Super Bowl trips in the previous three years.
The Green Bay Packers (10-6) and Pittsburgh Steelers (11-5) met in the Super Bowl six years ago and played a thrilling game at Cowboys Stadium in Texas.
The Houston Texans (9-7) were supposed to be better than their current record after spending $72 million for quarterback Brock Osweiler in the offseason.
The Dallas Cowboys' recent slump against the spread and the Detroit Lions' resiliency makes their meeting more intriguing than the typical betting matchup
The Kansas City Chiefs drag a couple of negative trends into their meeting with the desperate Denver Broncos on Christmas night.
For only the third time in the Eli Manning era, the New York Giants are favored on the road against the Philadelphia Eagles.
Kirk Cousins and the Washington Redskins need to continue their history of not faltering against sub-.500 teams in order to preserve their playoff hopes.