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This weekend in NFL stupid

The third week of the NFL season is in the books and we’ve audited all 16 games in order to present to you the stupidest decisions/moments/strategies/calls from the weekend that was. Here’s our weekly summary of NFL stupidity. The stupidest apology How extremely un-fun has the No Fun League become? Dolphins wide receiver Brian Hartline […]

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14 crazy stats from Week 3

We witnessed wild times again in Week 3. Quarterbacks caught passes, the New England Patriots looked ordinary against the Raiders, and the San Francisco 49ers didn’t score a point in the fourth quarter. Actually, that last thing is pretty normal now. 3: The amount of quarterbacks who caught passes. Well, it’s technically two because Johnny […]

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This Week in Hurt: Down goes Pitta

Every week bones break and muscles rip around the NFL. We’ll take a look at the most significant injuries, and what happens next. For a sport with a whole lot of contact that can hurt quite a bit, it’s a cruel twist by the football gods that the worst injuries can often result from non-contact […]

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Five Matchups to Watch in Week 3

Week 3 includes probably the best, most intriguing game of the entire season. The Denver Broncos travel to Seattle to face the Seahawks in our first Super Bowl rematch in almost a decade. There are enough interesting matchups in that game to fill entire columns, but Sunday afternoon brings with it a dozen other games. […]

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Is Devin Hester a Hall of Famer?

The answer is “YES”, just maybe not for a long time. Last night Devin Hester didn’t look like a returner who has lost a few steps. Maybe he has, but when you were already about eight steps ahead of everyone else, charitably giving a few back doesn’t hurt too much. With his 62-yard punt return […]

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Regardless of how it is reported, poll finds NFL is losing fans based on the domestic violence mess

It’s been one of the crappiest months in NFL history, which really hurts because the league really has reached new plateaus in terms of popularity. However, with so many high-profile domestic violence debacles leaking from the NFL world into mainstream news and the public sphere, it’s fair to wonder if a seemingly infallible, $10-billion-a-year league […]

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Who will be the first head coach fired?

It’s never too early to talk about which head coach might not be gainfully employed for much longer. The equation is usually pretty simple. Owners like money, and to make the most sweet cash they need fans interested and engaged throughout the entire season. For that, winning needs to happen. A championship or two would […]

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Week 3 NFL Game Watchability Rankings

Week 3 in the NFL is here, and you might be entering the weekend with your own preferences regarding which games to focus on, and which to place on the backburner. Most of you have your favorites and fantasy players to track. But in case you’re completely neutral or need help breaking ties with regard […]

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Was Nick Foles’ 2013 season a fluke?

When you look at Nick Foles’ 2013 numbers, it doesn’t seem like they should be a real thing. And if there was any logic at all in this world, they wouldn’t exist. Yet there they are at any place which displays such numbers. Staring at you and beaming, telling you to call them a liar. […]

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TGS weekly NFL MVP tracker

Well, the 2014 NFL regular season is literally 100 percent more complete now than it was one week ago, so these MVP rankings must carry 100 percent more weight. Problem, of course, is that 100 percent more than zero is still zero. Whatever, here’s where the top MVP candidates stand through two weeks… 1. Peyton […]

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This weekend in NFL stupid

Perhaps never in history has the word “stupid” been used to describe the NFL as often as has been the case in the last week. Most of the stupidity has taken place off the field, but let’s take a moment to acknowledge some of the stupidest moments from the field on the second weekend of […]

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14 crazy stats from Week 2

The NFL was a strange place in Week 2. The Cleveland Browns won a football game against an opponent that’s more than just respectable, and is downright good. The Seahawks pass defense looked oddly ordinary, the Bills haven’t lost yet, and Austin Davis went all Joe Montana on us in the fourth quarter of a […]

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