Bosa is having his best season despite last year's knee injury and being doubled-teamed more than any edge rusher in the NFL this year.
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Updated Power Rankings: Are the Cardinals the NFL's best team? Plus, players who need to improve ASAP
OBJ wants to prove he's still a marquee guy, Zach Wilson is looking for momentum in New York and Jessie Bates III hopes for a big finish to his contract year.
Five teams are near locks to make the playoffs in the NFC, which means there's a wild race for the final two entrants. Here are the favorites.
Injuries have had a huge impact on this season, so NFL Nation is taking a look at the health of every team as we move into December.
Monday night's windy AFC East showdown left New England atop the conference and Buffalo just trying to stay in a playoff berth. Here is the current postseason outlook.
The Bills' inconsistent performances this season are actually historic, according to Football Outsiders' metrics. See where their inconsistency ranks among teams since 1983.
Running back Adrian Peterson, released by the Titans earlier in the season and welcomed by the Seahawks last week, scored a touchdown Sunday and helped Seattle end a three-game losing streak with a win over the 49ers.
Week 13 takeaways, big questions: Kyler Murray's return sparks Cards, Lions get first win and Ravens fall
Arizona rolled to a win with Kyler Murray and DeAndre Hopkins back, while the Colts' defense kept Houston off the board. Oh, and the Lions won! Here's what to know from Week 13.
— For all the late-game mistakes and missed opportunities throughout their disappointing season, the Seattle Seahawks continue to believe there is something worth playing for.
Kittle's tightrope walk along the sideline pushes him over 100 yards receiving in the first half.
Trenton Cannon left San Francisco's game in Seattle after a collision on the game's opening kickoff. Coach Kyle Shanahan said Cannon would stay overnight at a hospital for observation but that he had been cleared from injuries aside from a concussion.
Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer
49ers inactives against Seattle: WR Deebo Samuel, LB Fred Warner, LB Dre Greenlaw, LB Marcell Harris, DT Maurice Hurst, OL Colton McKivitz
Our NFL reporters give you the latest injury updates to big-name players entering Week 13.
Adam Schefter ESPN Senior Writer
49ers ruled out WR Deebo Samuel (groin), RB Trey Sermon (ankle) and DL Maurice Hurst (calf) for Sunday's game in Seattle.
The NFL's annual #MyCauseMyCleats weekend has arrived. NFL players will do some good with their feet this week and look to help some worthy causes.
Dallas took another step in its bid to win the NFC East, while New Orleans' playoff chances took a hit. Here is the current postseason outlook after Thursday night's game.
Coaches are going for it more on fourth, and they're getting better at it. Which coaches are best and what was your team's most important fourth down?
What can we expect in Patriots-Bills? Which teams could sneak into the playoffs? And who has the most to prove over the final six weeks? Our insiders weigh in.
49ers WR Deebo Samuel (groin) and LB Fred Warner (hamstring) are expected to miss one to two weeks, coach Kyle Shanahan said Monday.
Mitchell, with nearly 700 yards rushing in eight games, is mounting a case as the most successful rookie running back in 49ers' history.
Confidence in Trevor Lawrence and the Jaguars is falling, but we're feeling better about Nick Bosa and the 49ers and Mac Jones and the surging Patriots.
The Packers showed they might be the best in the NFC, the Patriots blew out the Titans and the Buccaneers beat the Colts in the final minute. Here's what to know from Week 12.
The Ravens moved into the top seed in the AFC, while the Packers and Buccaneers inched closer to the Cardinals in the NFC. Here is the current postseason outlook.
Linebacker Fred Warner and receiver Deebo Samuel will have MRIs on Monday after leaving Sunday's win over the Vikings with left hamstring and groin injuries, respectively.
— The midseason skid that looked as though it could derail the San Francisco 49ers season is firmly in the past.