After another week of college football, we project the upcoming College Football Playoff rankings and tell you which teams are slated to make the four-team playoff.
The Falcons (6-3) host the Colts (4-5) on Sunday. What time is the game? What channel is it on? Find out right here.
The undefeated Panthers host the 4-5 Redskins on Sunday. What time is the game? What channel is it on? Find out right here.
After another crazy week of college football, we unveil our latest power rankings. Find out where your favorite team is ranked.
The Seattle Seahawks look to shake off last week’s disappointing performance when they host the San Francisco 49ers. Find out how to watch online or on mobile.
First place in the NFC North is on the line when the Green Bay Packers meet the Minnesota Vikings. Find out when and where to watch on TV.
The Texans go for three consecutive wins this week when they host Ryan Fitzpatrick and the Jets.
T.J. Yates will start for the Texans as they have chance to take first place in the AFC South with a home win over the Jets.
T.J. Yates returns to the starting lineup for the Texans for the first time in two years, as they welcome the Jets to NRG Stadium on Sunday.
Tony Romo wants to turn the Cowboys season around, but first he’ll need a victory over Ndamukong Suh and the Miami Dolphins.
The Cowboys look to turn their season around starting Sunday when Tony Romo returns to the lineup.
Tony Romo suits up for the first time in seven weeks as the Cowboys look to end their seven-game losing streak against the Dolphins.
The Atlanta Falcons host the Indianapolis Colts in Week 11. How can you watch the game streaming online and on your mobile device? Find out right here.
The Carolina Panthers host the Washington Redskins in Week 11. How can you watch the game streaming online and on your mobile device? Find out right here.
Baylor’s backup quarterback Chris Johnson was called in to duty against Oklahoma State. Learn more about the Baylor quarterback.