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NEW ORLEANS — Much of the talk leading up to Super Bowl XLVII was about the coaching Harbaugh brothers, San Francisco's Jim and Baltimore's John, and the historic spin they put on the NFL's splashiest showcase. But the outcome Sunday hinges on the...
The Hartford CourantHalf-baked Jake is back in all his half-bakedness … News: The steroid-dripping Baseball Hall of Fame ballots are distributed. Views: After leaving the box unchecked twice, I'm voting for Killingworth's Jeff Bagwell. My fuller view of one of the...
ATLANTA — Twenty years ago, Jerry Glanville, then the goofball coach of the Atlanta Falcons, concocted a way to get under the skin of the San Francisco 49ers. Seeing as his team the year before had swept the 49ers and Los Angeles Rams, along...
He still looks like Cam Newton and moves like Cam Newton, but he's not playing like Cam Newton. At least not the Cam Newton who won the offensive rookie of the year award in 2011. So who is this guy wearing No. 1 for the Panthers? That would be a...
Tags: Chicago Bears, Football, Major Wright, Carolina Panthers, Sports
Some people say the worst thing you can call a football player is soft. The Bears were soft against San Francisco. Soft and unprepared. Soft and unresponsive. Soft and stupid. They met the 49ers’ toughness with all manner of embarrassing...
ALBANY, N.Y. — When the Giants look in the mirror, what do they see? Is it the team that was 7-7 late last season, fighting for postseason survival as its coach was in danger of being fired? Or is it the team that finished with a flourish,...
Tags: Jay Cutler, Osi Umenyiora, Super Bowl, Eli Manning, Tom Coughlin
Two proven cover cornerbacks. An upgraded defensive front that was the most effective pass-rushing unit in the NFL a season ago. Established (DeMeco Ryans) and promising (Mychal Kendricks) additions at linebacker. A coordinator who appeared to have things...
Lots of talk these days about swing states and which way they're leaning. So it's fitting that the most intriguing NFL stories are those teams and players that are in a dramatic state of swing. Take the Indianapolis Colts, for instance. At the end of...
The challenge of defining Shea McClellin might be new for NFL teams, but it is not new for offenses that have had to deal with him. The Bears first-round pick was a linebacker in high school (as well as a running back, kicker, punter and punt returner)....
The game was down to one throw now, one last chance for Ryan Tannehill to make more magic, and on the other sideline the rookie holding a towel put his new town's fear to words. "Anything can happen,'' Colts quarterback Andrew Luck said to his reserve,...
If it was only the offense that was killing the Bears against a bad Carolina team, it would’ve been just a continuation of what we’ve unfortunately gotten used to. Everywhere you turn, people are pounding the offense for its pathetic...
Tags: Chicago Bears, Football, Carolina Panthers, Henry Melton, Sports
Jay Cutler was sacked six times Sunday, which usually is grounds for putting the offensive line in solitary confinement with no visitation privileges. But a review of the tape revealed the big boys didn't play all that poorly. In fact, the linemen were...
Tags: Jay Cutler, Gabe Carimi, Matt Forte, Football, Lance Briggs
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