This month: Blake Bortles adjusts to Los Angeles, Chris Long lights one up, everyone takes shots at the people running New York football teams, Jeff Lurie gets analytical, Ben defends Eli, and coaches get infantile.
Once again, we cover a dozen different draft experts to find the consensus opinion on which teams drafted well and which dropped the ball. This year's results: everyone loved what the Patriots and Cardinals did, but looked down on the picks of the Giants and Texans. The Bengals and Titans, meanwhile, just left everyone confused.
It's Media Week at the Super Bowl, including quotes about Tom Brady's decline (or lack thereof); potential retirements in New England's future; the fate of former Georgia running backs; and the problems besetting the Pittsburgh Steelers. Plus, questions on cats, math, and suites from a very special interviewer.
This week: the Saints and Rams disagree on a certain referee's judgement call; the Patriots celebrate another Super Bowl berth; controversy surrounds the Eagles and their quarterback; Derek Carr wants to fight ESPN reporters; the Cowboys and their meddling owner; and player-on-mascot violence.
This week: new coaches and their roster-building plans, old coaches and their motivational techniques, old players and their thoughts on coaches, current players with old rivals on new teams, old players with old grudges, and an ape.
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This week: playoff berths clinched, players not acting their age (or like civil human beings, for that matter), sad farewells, family feuds, flame wars, kicker touchdowns, meme participation, and the latest adventures of Antonio Brown.
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