Keidel: Is J.J. Watt Already Hall Of Fame-Bound?J.J. Watt, the NFL's best defensive player, had back surgery yesterday. It's unclear if he can return to form, or return at all.
Keidel: Should The Jets Bench Fitzpatrick?New York Jets quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick threw six interceptions in Sunday's loss to the Kansas City Chiefs.
Keidel: Beckham, Norman And The Game Within The GameThe Redskins-Giants matchup is as important as a September division game can be. And the Beckham-Norman battle may decide it.
Keidel: Bengals Can Learn From SteelersThe Pittsburgh Steelers once again bested the Cincinnati Bengals. Why can't a talented Bengals team beat their AFC North rival?
Keidel: The Tom Brady Era Isn't Over In New EnglandJimmy Garoppolo played well for the Patriots in the first game of Tom Brady's suspension. But don't look for him to unseat the icon yet.
Keidel: Oakland Raiders Are BackThe Oakland Raiders, who just beat the Saints, see to be on an upswing. And they have the right leader in head coach Jack Del Rio.
Keidel: Headaches For Cam NewtonPanthers quarterback Cam Newton, NFL MVP, still doesn't get calls from refs. How many questionable hits did the Broncos deliver last night?
Keidel: Is Sam Bradford The Answer For The Minnesota Vikings?With Teddy Bridgewater lost for the season, the Minnesota Vikings turn to a mediocre Sam Bradford to keep their playoff hopes alive.
Keidel: Tim Tebow Wants To Play Baseball... Why Do We Care So Much?Tim Tebow, a failed NFL player and aspiring MLB player, is fascinating for the strong opinions and feelings he sparks in sports fans.
Keidel: Are NFL Players Guilty Until Proven Innocent?The NFL threatened to suspend four players for not cooperating in PED investigation based on a retracted story.
Keidel: Leonard Fournette And His Football FutureLSU RB Leonard Fournette will be a top pick in the next NFL Draft. Should he play this season and risk injury or sit out and save his body?
Keidel: Is J.J. Watt Overpaid Or Underpaid?Texans' J.J. Watt is one of the NFL's best and best paid defensive players. But it's rare that defense-first teams win Super Bowls.