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By Seek

810 sports started a decent debate this morning. One I wanted to call in and go off on Nate for. Of these 5 players who do you see as the biggest priority to see the field on Sunday.

1. Dee Ford
2. Jaye Howard
3. Donari Poe
4. J. Maclin
5. Steven Nelson.

Nate said Steven Nelson after the way Gaines got toasted. I say ney ney. Prior to the Donkies. Steven Nelso was the B every team picked on. The return of D White is exciting.

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By Justin5772002

Ok done celebrating the win in Denver yet? I am and I’m scared to death about our next game. Julio Jones is the best WR in the league. Can Marcus Peters keep him under wraps? What if he lines up on the opposite side? Peters doesn’t switch sides to follow their #1s as far as I know. Not to mention Matty Ice making every other player on that offense a Superstar in the even Julio gets shut down. Matty ice will throw the water boy a touchdown pass if he has to and Read more…

By Mike Florio

Sunday night’s AFC West showdown between the Chiefs and Broncos included a brief showdown between a pair of Broncos. After Jordan Norwood took a punt off the face, leading to a turnover, another Broncos player gave Norwood a hard shove as he was leaving the field. It was cornerback Aqib Talib. On Monday, coach Gary…
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By Mike Florio

The NFL made a brilliant move in Week 12, relegating Patriots-Jets to the afternoon and sliding Chiefs-Broncos into the Sunday night slot. If the league hadn’t exercised its flexing powers, the dip in ratings would have been disastrous. Via SportsBusiness Daily, the much more compelling, competitive, and exciting five-quarter AFC West battle generated ratings a…
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By Mike Florio

Sandwiched between the obvious question of whether Broncos coach Gary Kubiak shouldn’t have tried a 62-yard field goal in overtime to the less-obvious question of whether someone should have told receiver Bennie Fowler to go down instead of score is the less-obvious-than-it-should-have-been question of whether the Broncos should have gone for two after Fowler scored.…
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By Josh Alper

There’s nothing like a long winning streak to change the feeling around a team and that’s certainly the case for the 2016 Miami Dolphins. A 1-4 start to the season seemed to promise more of the same for a team that has been to the playoffs only once since the start of the 2002 season,…
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By Mike Florio

As Broncos receiver Bennie Fowler was sprinting with the football on a 76-yard catch and run late in regulation on Sunday night against the Chiefs, Hall of Fame coach Tony Dungy was saying that Fowler should go down. The reason was simple: The Broncos led the Chiefs, 17-16, the Chiefs had just used their last…
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