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One storyline that continues to surface as the Patriots wrap up their season with Tom Brady under center is whether or not the quarterback is “human.”

After all, he did lead the Patriots through the playoffs with a reported 12 stitches in his hand. No matter the consensus, former players around the league are taking notice of what Brady has accomplished throughout his career and many are finding it hard to believe he’s really 40 years old like the team’s media guide says.

What exactly are former NFL players saying? Well, Joe Theismann, who played for the Redskins from 1974-85 and retired at 35, isn’t completely convinced his birth certificate is right.

Super Bowl 52 will be Brady’s eighth Super Bowl and 290th NFL game overall. He was pressed earlier this week on the topic of retirement, but it’s a subject that’s not even on his mind. He’s just a few seasons away from becoming the oldest NFL player to start a game at age 44 and if he’s still in the league at 48, he would become the oldest quarterback in NFL history on a roster.

The Patriots used a familiar formula to get to their eighth Super Bowl under coach Bill Belichick: clutch play from both quarterback Tom Brady and their defense. The Eagles have been the NFL’s most complete team in their ability to light up the scoreboard while also shutting down opponents.

What looked like a lopsided QB advantage for Brady feels a little different after Nick Foles turned in one of the greatest playoff passing performances ever against the Vikings. Facing another daunting defense that will stop the run, Brady will have no issues passing often in a game that has all the makings of a shootout.

The Patriots have the better secondary to contain Foles’ targets, but the Eagles have the better front-four pass rush to throw at Brady. Look for both Doug Pederson and Josh McDaniels to be aggressive and call upon their QBs to go after big plays downfield.

Dion Lewis and Jay Ajayi both will flash in the running game, but it comes down to which gamebreaking wide receiver-tight end combination — Alshon Jeffery and Zach Ertz vs. Brandin Cooks and Rob Gronkowski — can have more success stretching the field.bills_043

Here are the five best Super Bowl halftime performances in the history of the big game.

From Paul McCartney to The Rolling Stones, the list of legendary acts that have performed at halftime of the Super Bowl is long and prestigious.

Beyoncé brought life, energy and Destiny’s Child to her Super Bowl 47 halftime show. Accompanied by a Vince Lombardi speech, she appeared on stage and immediately showed off her singing and performing talent, as she sang the entire performance live. From the holograms to the choreography, Beyoncé delivered an outstanding performance.

They not only have the talent to run with any squad in the conference, but they have enough depth and versatility to create problems for opponents on both sides of the ball. That’s exactly what every head coach and GM hopes a new draft class adds to the roster when they do the picking in April. Decision makers want to select a handful of players who can make an immediate impact at their respective positions. To do so, evaluators must have a clear vision for how each player would fit into their scheme and locker room.

“First thing — and this was critical, man — we needed to have a good draft,” Saints coach Sean Payton told The MMQB.com in November. “And (assistant GM) Jeff Ireland, the scouting department, everyone involved in that process as we looked closely this year, and even a year ago, was trying to find the right fits and the right guys. … It absolutely had to be [a good class]. And we made the (Brandin) Cooks trade so we’d have more ammo.”

Peterson has practiced with the Cardinals since Wednesday and Arizona coach Bruce Arians pronounced him “be ready to go” for Sunday. Peterson said he felt like the trade was an answer to a prayer, considering how frustrated was as a second or third back in the Saints’ system. He called being the Cardinals’ feature back “shows that you’re appreciated,” that “someone in the organization believes in you and what you’re able to do.bills_016

The league will find out how long that remains the case, and whether Kaepernick’s status will remain background noise or erupt into an encompassing topic.

Kaepernick’s continued unemployment has not blotted out the league’s on-field product. But it lingers as a simmering discussion that boils each time a quarterback struggles or suffers an injury. Kaepernick has not dominated NFL conversation, but he has hovered in the background, ever-present.

Edwards warned Goodell that Kaepernick would become a “martyr” if he was not signed. He argued, convincingly, Kaepernick should be a model: Rather than only protest, Kaepernick has donated nearly $2 million to youth, education and community programs.

“That’s where it all starts: It’s about the big uglies,” Smoot said in a telephone interview. “Jonathan Allen showed he can be dominant at times; we have to have somebody else dominate.”

Smoot’s choice of defensive linemen — N.C. State’s Bradley Chubb, recipient of the Bronko Nagurski Award as the nation’s top defender — is likely out of the Redskins’ reach at 13th. But Clemson and Alabama have schooled appealing defensive linemen, too. Free agency is also an option.

“I always had my better years when the quarterback was throwing off his back foot and making mistakes because of the big boys up front,” Smoot said. “So that’s where I spend my money.”

“We have 13 more regular-season games,” he said. “We could win them all. We could lose them all.”

This Vikings team is different. Sure, fortune was on Minnesota’s side last week. I can dig that, but that last-second touchdown pass still required a high degree of skill, namely from Case Keenum, who threw the ball right where it needed to be. The matchup between Minnesota’s “plucky” QB, as my editor calls him, and the Eagles’ pass defense will decide Sunday’s affair in Philly. Doug Pederson’s team might be playing with house money at this point, too, as no one expected the Eagles to get this far with Nick Foles playing in Carson Wentz’s place.

Philly’s front seven has had much to do with this team’s survival. Fletcher Cox’s ability to blow up the middle of the line is so important, because no quarterback likes pressure in his face, repeatedly. The Saints brought much of that duress to Keenum in the second half last week, allowing them to crawl back in the game. jaguars_091

All year long, Henry was the better runner. He out-gained Murray by 85 yards.

According to PFF, Henry totaled 33 missed tackles on running attempts and was the fifth-most elusive running back. Murray, on the other hand, totaled 24 missed tackles on running plays and finished as the 23rd-most elusive back. Yet for some reason — it probably has something to do with pass blocking — Henry collected eight fewer carries than Murray.

Eagles are barking: Then, there were the Philadelphia Eagles. They fell behind early and were relying on a backup quarterback. But the Eagles survived their divisional round matchup with the Atlanta Falcons, winning, 15-10, to advance to next Sunday’s NFC championship game.

Nick Foles passed for 246 yards, LeGarrette Blount rushed for his ninth career postseason touchdown, and the Eagles’ defense held Atlanta to 281 total yards. The NFC’s No. 1 seed, which will host the winner of Sunday’s Saints-Vikings matchup, managed to escape with the Falcons advancing all the way to the Philadelphia 2-yard line on their final possession. A fourth-and-goal pass to Julio Jones by Matt Ryan went through the wide receiver’s hands and fell incomplete with just over a minute left.

Mike Glennon gave a decent performance Sunday against the Falcons, keeping the Bears competitive before failing to get them into the end zone for what would have been a winning TD in the final minute. But did the Bears hand out that contract for decent play at QB? And is decent play enough to keep rookie Mitchell Trubisky on the bench?

It’s going to be a long, long first season in the Bay Area for the new regime of Coach Kyle Shanahan and GM John Lynch. It’s a necessary first step. But it won’t be much fun for anyone, most likely.

The Browns are improved. There’s little question about that. That, however, was a low bar to clear. Rookie QB DeShone Kizer showed some promise against the Steelers. But he and the Browns have plenty of distance to cover to reach respectability.jaguars_072

In Week 8 before the team’s bye week, Burkhead finished with seven receptions for 68 yards.

Improbably, there’s more. Five days before Mariota’s visual delights in Kansas City, another “M.M.,” McKenzie Milton, quarterbacked the University of Central Florida to a Peach Bowl win over Auburn, which cemented UCF (13-0) as the only unbeaten team among the 129 playing top-rung college football.

Hawaii has annexed a football giddiness generally unavailable to states ranked No. 40 in population (a stat that further credits Hawaii). While Tagovailoa thrived in Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, citizens told of audible bursts of cheering ringing up and down Honolulu streets. “It’s the year of the Hawaiian quarterback in America!” tweeted local sports host Kanoa Leahey.

New England visits Denver on Sunday night, and the Broncos have been vulnerable defensively. With these teams trending in opposite directions, the hunch here is that Burkhead will get enough touches and maybe a plunge into the end zone. But while there are plenty who like Burkhead’s upside, owners should only be inserting him into the lineup if their RB depth is severely lacking in Week 10. With a receiving corps that has been banged up, Burkhead offers Tom Brady another solid receiving option out of the backfield to help compensate. Not everyone is on board given the committee approach the Patriots utilize. Burkhead is owned in nearly 11 percent of ESPN leagues.

DeAndre Hopkins, WR, Texans: In a new development, Hopkins did not practice Friday after practicing both Wednesday and Thursday. There’s been no statement by the team, but owners will need to monitor Friday’s injury report and his status for Sunday. Hopkins is back to a must-start this season, no matter the matchup.

Carson Palmer, QB, Cardinals: One way or another Arizona will be without its quarterback for an extended period. Hopefully Palmer owners have another capable quarterback on the roster because typically the waiver wire has few quarterbacks with upside. For those looking, Case Keenum of the Vikings has a tantalizing matchup against the Cleveland Browns. Keenum is owned in just 11.6 percent of ESPN leagues.jaguars_028

Few have taken the Jaguars, Eagles and Vikings seriously during their respective runs this season.

That’s part of the reason they have made it so far, and it’s why the Patriots will handle their business — New England won’t overlook Jacksonville in the AFC title game the way Pittsburgh did in the divisional round. And it’ll have the same attitude against its Super Bowl opponent.

Given the Patriots’ season-opening loss to the Chiefs on national TV and their shaky start to the season defensively, it’s easy to forget this is a team some thought had a legitimate chance to go undefeated in 2017. The defending Super Bowl champion only got stronger with offseason additions, and Tom Brady, even at age 40, is still playing at an All-Pro level. Trust Bill Belichick’s team to do its job. — T.H.

The Bucs are home against the Falcons; Evans had six catches for 78 yards at Atlanta in Week 12. The pundits are out in full force and are against playing Evans this weekend. His owners probably don’t have the luxury of sitting him, even if they have been getting by with his limited production. Perhaps some owners drafted extremely well or picked up other wideouts to provide depth along the way. While Evans is 24th among wide receivers in scoring, when it’s all said and done, he’s too risky to bench. On even very talented rosters, Evans would be in the mix for WR2 and/or flex spots.

Brady was facing a Jacksonville pass defense that was better statistically than what Denver (in the 2013 and 2015 AFC championships) and Seattle (in Super Bowl 49) have had in recent years. He played with a cut in his throwing hand, with little support from his running backs and, for most of the game, without Rob Gronkowski. Brady did it in the face of a ferocious front four pass rush. He did it against a fast back seven that can cover everything.

The Jaguars’ lead was not as big as that of the Falcons, but it was more daunting with much less time. The Patriots had only 10 points before their comeback Sunday and had been completely shut down in the third quarter.

Mayfield may not be seen universally as a surefire prospect, but if enough teams become enamored, he could be plucked early.

“I could see those type of guys falling in love with Baker, and those guys spent time around [Brett] Favre,” Klatt said. “They seek Baker’s ability to improvise and play with unnatural confidence, and they see Favre. That’s what Andy Reid saw in Mahomes, so he moved up and got him. The Brett Favre tree of coaches, the [former Packers coach Mike] Holmgren tree, those ones that will love Baker Mayfield.”jaguars_013

Chiefs DE Chris Jones saw a penalty flag in the air, so he caught it

Maybe Ed Hochuli should put those glasses back on!

Thielen is the kind of dog who refused to back down in a small shoving match with Jones at that open scrimmage; who scorched the Packers’ secondary last Christmas Eve for 202 yards—the most by a Vikings receiver since Moss in 1999—and punctuated his first of two TDs with a Lambeau Leap; who struts past Zimmer on the sideline, barking over and over, “They can’t cover me!”

The Falcons have won three of their last four road games after their victory in Los Angeles last weekend. They have now forced at least one turnover in six straight away games after failing to force a single one in their previous three.

Philadelphia has totaled less than 220 yards of offense in their last two home games, the first time they’ve done so since Sept. 12-19, 1999. They have not done so in three straight home games since Oct. 10-31, 1971.

Atlanta is 4-2 in the playoffs since the start of the 2012 season. They won six playoff games between 1966 and 2011.

McNabb and Davis had both been suspended, along with several other current and former NFL Network analysts and an executive, after a former NFL Network wardrobe stylist, Jami Cantor, filed a wrongful termination lawsuit in October alleging the harassment.

In that situation, players are typically ejected since they’re not supposed to be putting their hands on officials. Marshawn Lynch was ejected for the same thing earlier this season against Kansas City.

Much like Lynch, however, it appeared that Pouncey didn’t realize it was an official that he was about to put his hands on.

Across the Vikings’ meeting room, from the third row: “Then I’m gonna—DEH-DEH-DEH!”

Adam Thielen jukes over an armrest. Like Diggs, it takes a little extra involvement for him to commit concepts to memory. Before Thielen’s first rookie camp, in 2013, he learned Minnesota’s entire playbook—for all three receiving positions, over a single weekend—by methodically diagramming routes on a dry-erase board, tracing his movements again and again with a marker. When Diggs arrived two years later, Thielen joined his fellow receivers in ribbing the new guy for his film-session spasms—until it dawned on Thielen that he was twitching the exact same way. “Sometimes we’ll look at each other,” he says. “We don’t say anything, but we know what the other is thinking, ‘I’m going to kill this guy because I’m going to—HAA!?HAA!?CHH!”?(Diggs: “Adam makes the funniest noises.”)patriots_116_7fb542ba0f083b95-180x180

Playing against Cleveland would not have done anything to change that perception.

David Steele: As hard as it is to ignore recency bias, keep in mind that while the Jaguars lost their last two games in surprising fashion, that was the first time they lost consecutive games all season, and before that they were threatening the Steelers and Patriots for a first-round bye. Also, the Jaguars were leading the NFL in multiple defensive categories, and Bortles had gone on the best three-game stretch of his four-year career (903 yards, seven touchdowns, no interceptions).

OK, so that Christmas Day game against Houston might have been stretching the definition of competitive.

Aikman won three Super Bowls as quarterback of the Cowboys. He’s played, or called, more big-time football than just about anybody. But even he admitted: I’m not sure, in all my years Joe, I’ve seen anything like that.

I give Buck and Aikman major props. They nailed one of the biggest calls of the year. Then they shut up and let the pictures tell the story as Diggs celebrated on the field like Rod Tidwell in Jerry Maguire, according to Michael Strahan, and Vikings fans exploded into their Skol battle cry.

Have you leaked to a reporter that you’d rather not play for the Cleveland Browns? Because it seems like that’s the thing to do right now. A few months back there was smoke surrounding USC QB Sam Darnold potentially choosing to stay in school—SCHOOL I tell you!—rather than risk getting picked by Cleveland first overall. (Darnold says that’s not the case, but he should play another year at USC because he’s not ready for the NFL anyway, but that’s a discussion for another time.) And now there are reports that Josh Rosen would rather play for the Giants than the Browns.

John Dorsey can and should be telling any QB prospect who is the least bit hesitant that they will not sit back and trust Josh Gordon and a talented-but-raw Corey Coleman as their only two options at wideout, that they’re going to be in on guys like Sammy Watkins and Jarvis Landry if they’re available. (And they also have a potentially very good pass-catching TE in David Njoku.) And if they do retain Hue Jackson, they just have to give assurances that he will never again run this offense the way he ran it in 2017, but instead dust off his old Bengals playbook. (That’s a tougher sell, I’m not sure what you do about the head coach after what happened to DeShone Kizer.)

Not many people expected the Titans to win the game, but they were able to pull it out thanks to a big second half by Derrick Henry. They nearly fumbled the game away, which resulted in an incredible call by ESPN’s Sean McDonough, but Henry was down.
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Matt Ryan turns around to give direct audibles to FB Derrick Coleman, who is deaf

NBC’s broadcasting crew pointed out that Matt Ryan turned around while calling an audible with fullback Derrick Coleman in the backfield.

“Football, basically, it gave me a sense of understanding of where I stand in this world,” Coleman told CNN. “And it made me understand the world a lot better. In between those white lines, that’s all that matters.”

Every other Monday, Fitzpatrick leads a two-hour Bible study. At first his friends had to prod him to initiate conversations, reminding him that people have to connect before they can receive guidance. Fitzpatrick heard echoes of Rich Hansen III’s words recently when someone piped up to say, “You can’t expect the same things of a nonbeliever that you do of a believer because they just don’t know.” I have to teach people, he thought.

Fitzpatrick is finding his voice on the football field, too. Now, when younger players struggle during sweltering Tuscaloosa workouts, he yells, “I love it! I love it!” After an argument broke out during practice this season, he called a team meeting. “If somebody says something, they’re not trying to embarrass you,” he said. “They’re trying to make you better.”

Bill Cowher coached the Steelers to six consecutive playoff appearances, including one Super Bowl trip, after taking over the team in 1992. Then he went 7-9, 6-10 and 9-7, all three teams missing the playoffs.

There are flaws that need to be addressed. There is every reason to believe Mike Tomlin will be the person addressing those flaws as he should be.

You have competition like that, it raises the level that room, and that’s a big, important part of it.We’re letting the slip away.Catholic Church, and tutored high school students math.I was eating 100 Percs a month just to function – medication he grabbed from bowls of pills sitting out the Bears’ locker room.

Despite being thought of as a second fiddle to the passing game, we wrote back midseason, that White’s talents weren’t going anywhere, that he’d remain integral part of the offense.The constant was Kariya.I got 30 rugby players and stood them front of the stage.He was 21, with three losses overtime, and had 4 shutouts 46 .If was back San Diego, we still would feel that presence and his leadership that locker room.patriots_045_0c6d6d893c15f4a1-180x180

2018 NFL Draft order: Picks 1-24 set after wild-card games

The Browns clinched the No. 1 pick in the 2018 NFL Draft on Christmas Eve. They secured the fourth overall pick on New Year’s Eve.

The Colts did the Browns a favor on Sunday with their 22-13 win over the Texans (4-12). Thanks to a draft-day trade, the Browns own the Texans’ first-round pick, which is fourth overall after they lost to the Colts. That trade allowed the Texans to move up from 25th to 12th to select former Clemson quarterback Deshaun Watson. The Browns then took Jabrill Peppers with the 25th pick.

“Motherf—er is the best Avenger in the squad,” Mackie says. “When I wake up as the Falcon, I wish I was Alvin Kamara.”

Around 8:30, Kamara is back on his couch, with Disney’s Moana on the television and all of his old friends hanging around. Bottles of Patron and Mo?t & Chandon champagne are scattered about. Kamara has a big night planned, a private table booked at Masquerade for Jeezy’s Christmas Eve party. That’s another part of being Kamara. He always goes out the night of a win. His favorite drink at dinner is a Moscow Mule, but when he’s partying he’ll drink anything. Just like the city he resides in, he is not bashful about drinking in season.

“I’m enjoying the motherf—ing bountiful harvest,” he says. “We win, I’m turning up.”

In a game that had four lead changes in the final three minutes, the Vikings secured a trip to next Sunday’s NFC championship game when Stefon Diggs raced 61 yards as time expired for the game-winning touchdown.

The irresistible force of the Rams offense led by Gurley, who led the NFL in combined rushing and receiving yards should still be too much. They’ve faced down their share of challenges in this renaissance year, and they should be able to handle this one.

Vinnie Iyer: The Falcons will start their NFC title defense far away from home against the rested Rams. The Falcons have the much better run defense, but the Rams have the more dangerous backfield because of Gurley.

But his eyes were always on converting to safety.It appears that you already have account on this site associated with.Clippers 115, Hawks 105: Rivers scored 27 points and Jamal Crawford broke out of a shooting slump with 19, helping Los Angeles beat Atlanta.

Ranked sixth tackles the league statistics …Both and Pennington watched 92 mph flit again.He was a first-team all-Big 12 selection 2014, and a second-team all-Big 12 player 2013 and 2012.He posted 44 points over 139 two seasons and though the team expected him to anchor its power play, the unit was pedestrian at best – 14th this 22nd last.But for $12 million and change a year, he is a steal.patriots_017_9fbed4131c79410c-180x180