Top 10 NFL rookies entering Week 13 - Michael Renner
After a down few weeks by Joey Bosa’s standards, the former Buckeye put together your everyday eight-pressure, four-stop beat down on the Texans’ offensive line. His emergence gives this rookie class four players legitimately deserving of Pro Bowl bids at this point, and the only thing keeping Bosa out of Defensive Player of the Year conversation is playing time. His 327 snaps to start his career are as good as we’ve ever seen from a defensive lineman.
Predicting the final standings for all eight NFL divisions - Mike Sando (insider)
Prediction: Chiefs 12-4, Raiders 12-4, Broncos 11-5, Chargers 7-9
Vote: Who will be the first NFL coach fired? - ESPN.com
Jaguars coach Gus Bradley is 14-45 in three-plus seasons in Jacksonville. His seat might be the hottest, but will he be the first fired?
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But because the team has finished no higher than third in the AFC West during McCoy's previous three seasons and finished 4-12 in 2015, questions still remain about his future. And the team has not said he'll be back for sure next season. He signed a one-year extension through 2017 at the end of last season. After 9-7 seasons in his first two years as coach, McCoy is 9-18 since.
Joey Bosa a Clay Matthews clone? Chargers' teammate sees similarities - Eric Williams
"I feel like if he keeps progressing, he’s got a chance to be that type of player," Hayward said. "But he’s not going to be a J.J. -- he’s going to be a Joey. People are going to have to say ‘He reminds me of Joey.’ He’s got that type of dog in him, to say that about him in the long run."