10 Dec 2011, 09:08pm by Tom Gower
As plugged in MMQB, here's the story from this week's Sports Illustrated on the health of the 1986 Cincinnati Bengals. Most players aren't like this, but safety David Fulcher says, "It was worth it while I was playing, but now I feel like, no, it wasn't worth it whatsoever."
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05 Dec 2011, 12:39pm by Tom Gower
In this week's Monday Morning Quarterback, Peter King touches on the comebacks of some AFC West quarterback, Ray Rice, and Peyton Manning's status. He also writes about SI's forthcoming special report on the current health of the 1986 Cincinnati Bengals 25 years later, which is something I'm very interested in reading. Bill Belichick's adherence to Jimmy Johnson's draft pick strategy is also mentioned.
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02 Dec 2011, 03:28pm by Tom Gower
The University of Miami's record streak of 149 consecutive weeks with a former player scoring a touchdown ended recently. FO commenter and researcher extraordinaire Travis put together this list of the longest touchdown streaks by college, including which players scored during the streak. Second longest streak? Ohio State, at 82 weeks in a row. Fun fact: Michigan had a 73 week streak contained entirely within Ohio State's streak.
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07 Nov 2011, 01:50pm by Tom Gower
In this week's Monday Morning Quarterback, Peter King draws some parallels between yesterday's Giants-Patriots game and some other Giants-Patriots game. He also writes about last week's podcast guest Ryan Leaf (really good interview, I thought), and mentions an AFC North quarterback could be on the hot seat going forward.
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31 Oct 2011, 11:17am by Tom Gower
A bonus ten things from Peter King this week, as he starts off the column with his ten evident truths from the first eight weeks of the season. Later in the column, referee Ron Winter is described as "one party animal."
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17 Oct 2011, 10:26am by Tom Gower
In this week's MMQB, Peter King writes about things that happened in Detroit other than the post-game handshake and the 49ers' good record in 1 PM Eastern games. He also joins the F-word bandwagon. That's F****, as in B****, as Aaron Rodgers could tell you. Panthers owner Jerry Richardson's new job is also mentioned.
35 comments, Last at 18 Oct 2011, 9:35pm by PatsFan
10 Oct 2011, 10:45am by Tom Gower
In this week's Monday Morning Quarterback, Peter King starts with the death of Al Davis and also writes about the success of the San Francisco 49ers and the Denver Broncos' need to play Tim Tebow. FYI: CBS should have clarified that was Tom Brady's first red zone interception at home in the regular season, as he's thrown two in the playoffs.
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12 Sep 2011, 10:17am by Tom Gower
In this week's MMQB, Peter King hits the high points of Week 1, including Bill Polian's history of quarterback acquisition and Ray Rice's apology to Troy Polamalu. Caution: Rex Grossman is one of the Offensive Players of the Week.
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05 Sep 2011, 09:54am by Tom Gower
In this week's MMQB, Peter writes about Peyton Manning's injury, Lee Roy Selmon's death, Mark Herzlich, Tiki Barber's unemployment, and brings you cutdown day nuggets from all 32 teams. Shouldn't the Bills have been able to find more than two new starters between the draft and free agency?
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10 Aug 2011, 04:34am by Tom Gower
Are Dawan Landry and Drew Coleman enough to save the Jacksonville secondary? Is the weak point of the Houston defense now linebacker? Will the Colts fix their defensive problems from 2010? Can anyone in Tennessee replace Jason Babin's sack production?
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