Roger Goodell proud of NFL response to President Trump | SI.com
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said, ‘I'm proud of our league,’ in how players and teams responded to President Trump’s anthem protest remarks.
Bengals vs. Packers: Aaron Rodgers beat Cincy in dramatic fashion - SBNation.com
The Packers pulled off a fourth quarter comeback to send the game to overtime, and won.
Kareem Hunt’s spectacular first three weeks in the NFL - SBNation.com
The Chiefs running back is the first player to have a 50-plus yard touchdown in each of his first three games.
Raiders' entire OL and several teammates protested during national anthem - SBNation.com
Here's why it's a big deal and what it means.
Washington vs. Raiders: 4 things we learned from Washington’s win - SBNation.com
The Raiders looked completely outmatched.
This is why the 10-second runoff at the end of the Falcons-Lions game was totally fair - SBNation.com
The correct call would have resulted in the end of the game.
Donald Trump's NFL comments leading to more player protests - SBNation.com
A day after Donald Trump tweeted protesting players should be fired, there has been an increase in protests.
NFL players embraced their ‘platform’ in the wake of Trump’s NFL remarks - SBNation.com
Trump made Kaepernick’s message more tangible, more necessary. Players from the Dolphins and Jets, and across the league, felt that unity more than ever this week.
NFL scores 2017: Live results, highlights, and more from Week 3 - SBNation.com
Two of the NFC’s last three unbeaten teams square off, and more.
Buccaneers Fall to Vikings in Week 3
Recapping the Buccaneers' Week 3 matchup with the Vikings.
5 Takeaways from Buccaneers vs. Vikings
A few notes from the Buccaneers' loss to Minnesota.
Watch: Bucs vs. Vikings Full Highlights
Full game highlights from the Bucs' matchup with the Vikings.
Watch: Bucs vs. Vikings Press Conferences
Members of the Bucs spoke to the media following Sunday's game against the Vikings.
Bucs Thwarted by Vikings' Case Study
Vikings QB Case Keenum threw three touchdown passes to send the Buccaneers to their first defeat of the 2017 despite 328 yards and two scoring tosses from Bucs QB Jameis Winston.
Bucs Get Iced Up North, Lose to Vikings 34-17 | Pewter Report
After a big win on their opening weekend, the Bucs fell to the Minnesota Vikings by a score of 34-17.
Bucs at Vikings: Most Disappointing | Pewter Report
There was a lot not to like in the Bucs 34-17 loss to the Vikings, but these were out main woes.
Bucs Injury Update: List Grows Longer After Loss To Vikings | Pewter Report
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers suffered several key injuries in Sunday's 34-17 loss at Minnesota on Sunday. PewterReport.com has the latest injury report.
Bucs Pewter Nation Podcast Episode 31: Hurt | Pewter Report
In this post-game Pewter Nation Podcast, the PR gang recaps the Bucs loss to the Vikings and look ahead while noting some big injuries.
2-Point Conversion: Bucs Have No Pass Rush, On Track For 1-3 Start (Again) | Pewter Report
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers don't have a pass rush, but they do have a lot of injuries after a brutal 34-17 loss to the Minnesota Vikings.
Hobbled Tampa Bay Buccaneers defense brought back down to earth - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Blog- ESPN
One week after completely shutting down the Bears, the Buccaneers felt the absence of several key players on defense, falling at Minnesota.
Noah Spence and Lavonte David of Tampa Bay Buccaneers suffer injuries in loss
The Buccaneers come away with a loss to the Minnesota Vikings and a number of injuries to key players, including Noah Spence and Lavonte David.
Winston says Bucs came together 'as a family' - ESPN Video
Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston says that he's doing his part to keep the team mentally prepared for "anything that's thrown at us."
Jones: Rather than criticizing anthem protests, we should be asking about the reasons for them | Tampa Bay Times
MINNEAPOLIS — They are football players. They are teammates. They are Tampa Bay Bucs.
Bucs journal: Game gets away when offense has slow start | Tampa Bay Times
MINNEAPOLIS — While the Bucs defense struggled to handle multiple starters out with injury, Tampa Bay's offense had no such excuse in struggling to score three points in the first half of a 34-17 loss at the Vikings.
Bucs' 34-17 loss to the Vikings was all about pain and frustration | Tampa Bay Times
MINNEAPOLIS — Late in the Bucs' egg-laying 34-17 loss to the Vikings, linebacker Lavonte David had his leg rolled up from behind by an offensive lineman and injured his left ankle. The game was paused and a cart summoned onto U.S. Bank Stadium to carry David to the locker room.
From Louis Armstrong to the N.F.L.: Ungrateful as the New Uppity | The New Yorker
Jelani Cobb on N.F.L. players kneeling during the anthem, Trump’s invective toward the protests, and the history of racist demands placed on black entertainers.