What history tells Cincinnati Bengals about life after ties - ESPN
If the past 35 years are any indication, this season's Cincinnati Bengals ought to brace for a sub-.500 mark. That's because since the 1978 season, the year the NFL went to its current 16-game regular-season scheduling format, teams that have finished with a tie on their ledgers have gone on to win an average of 7.2 games. If we approximate that average to seven, it means that under the 16-game format those teams have finished with a 7-8-1 record. Those averages also take into account the strike-shortened seasons of 1987 and 1982, when the league played only 15 and nine games, respectively.
The Indianapolis Colts (4-2) take on the Cincinnati Bengals (3-1-1) on Sunday. Stampede Blue's Josh Wilson previews the matchup and gets you ready for the game, plus gives his prediction.
Notre Dame did everything right to beat Florida State in Tallahassee tonight, except for the part where they ran an illegal play for what would have been the winning touchdown.
Ohio State is pounding Rutgers 56-10. This GIF is a good demonstration of how that score has happened.
We take a look at the top running backs to play in fantasy football in NFL Week 7.
While Week 7 isn't as rich as the week prior, there are still plenty of players worth discussing as you set your waiver claims.