Week Four is here; which game is the biggest?

By Mike Florio Friday’s PFT Live features a question of the day that focuses on the weekend to come. Specifically, which game is the biggest game of the fourth week of the season? Pick from one of the five selections below, defend your selection in the comments, attack the selections of others, or complain about the decision to… …read more

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Steelers activate Le’Veon Bell

By Zac Jackson The Steelers officially activated running back Le’Veon Bell Thursday, releasing running back Daryl Richardson to create a roster spot. Bell was suspended for the first three games and was allowed to return to the team earlier this week. Richardson had played in all three games this season. Bell scored three rushing touchdowns in six games… …read more

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Chiefs defenders’ eyes light up when they see red (zone)

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The bend-but-don’t-break defense of the Kansas City Chiefs has so far done an exceptional job of making coach Andy Reid rip out whatever red-tinted fuzz is left of his hair.You see, the Chiefs are masters of giving up yards when it doesn’t matter.They’ll give up passes under their coverage, long runs between the tackles, quick crossing routes as opponents drive downfield.When they get close to the end zone? It’s a whole different story.The Chiefs have become one of the best teams in the NFL when it comes to red zone defense, a big reason they’re off to a 2-1 start .Not only do they usually hold opponents to field goals rather than touchdowns, they also have forced a slew of turnovers.”We do a good job with that. I don’t know why,” Reid said. “You always talk about the 12th man there, the end zone. Our guys know how to space it out. We worked hard on it at training camp.”There was reason for the emphasis. The Chiefs gave up a touchdown on three of every five trips opponents made inside thei …read more

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