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Cutting Back on Overtime

Jenny Vrentas, Andrew Brandt, Jonathan Jones and Robert Klemko discuss the recent changes to overtime in the NFL and the impact it will have on players, fans, and the games

The Case for Getting Rid of Overtime

The league is likely to reduce the extra period from 15 minutes to 10, but in the name of player safety (and strategy), why not just scrap the entire thing? Plus notes on Tom Brady’s undocumented concussion and why Colin Kaepernick still hasn’t signed on with a new team

Part 1 of King's NFL Power Rankings

With free agency and the draft in the rearview, here’s an early look at how the teams stack up heading into the 2017 season, beginning with Nos. 17-32. Plus notes on OT changes, Tom Brady concussions and more

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The MMQB Podcasts

The 32-Team Draft Extravaganza

New QBs are coming in, the Browns add a bunch of supreme athletes, John Lynch gets everything he wants and big changes are coming for Cam Newton and Carolina... we break down the draft classes for all 32 teams and what it all means

Game Plan

Roger Goodell is on Mission to Mend Fences With Players

In the first relatively drama-free offseason in a while, the commissioner is taking steps toward repairing previously broken relationships. Here’s how that process is going, plus items on the Aaron Donald contract situation, three options for Kirk Cousins and Bill Belichick’s perfect overtime rules

Open Field

How Vance Joseph’s Worst Season Got Him the Job

After missing the playoffs last year, John Elway was looking for a head coach who could deal with adversity. That search ended with Joseph, four seasons after the he had the worst year of his football life

Business of Football

The Case for Getting Rid of Overtime in the NFL

The league has reduced the extra period from 15 minutes to 10, but in the name of player safety (and strategy), why not just scrap the entire thing? Plus notes on Tom Brady’s undocumented concussion and why Colin Kaepernick still hasn’t signed on with a new team