Peter<br />King
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Peter
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Game Plan
The Race to Seven
The Race to Seven
Sixes are wild Sunday, with the NFL's four six-win teams playing each other—one game in each conference. Let's dive into Broncos-Patriots and Cardinals-Cowboys, plus examine the Week 9 spotlight player and 10 more things to watch
By Peter King
One on One With
‘I’m Not a Wide Receiver. I’m a Football Player’
Broncos wideout Emmanuel Sanders on getting to play with Peyton Manning and why he could jump to the other side and play cornerback if called upon
By Peter King
Window Into the Weekend
Week 9: Two Great Rivalries Renewed
Week 9: Two Great Rivalries Renewed
Sunday includes two of November's best games: Peyton Manning and Tom Brady have never been hotter going into a head-to-head meeting, plus, a key AFC North battle
By Peter King
MMQB Fantasy
Week 9 Fantasy Check: New Star in New England
Week 9 Fantasy Check: New Star in New England
A couple of must-have defenses, a new star set to emerge in New England and two young receivers, one in Seattle and one in St. Louis, poised for big games
By Peter King
On Further Review
Pittsburgh’s Big Bounce
Big Ben went ballistic against the Colts, but it’s the resurgent Steelers defense that has Pittsburgh in the thick of the AFC North race
By Peter King
Tuesday Mailbag
Week 8 Twitter Mailbag
The Week 8 Twitter Mailbag
Any hope for the Bears or Jets? Should we worry about the Packers? These questions answered, and more
By Peter King
Tuesday Mailbag
The Week 8 Mailbag
The Week 8 Mailbag
The MMQB's 2014 Midseason Report is on its way this week. Plus, answering your questions about the J.J. Watt-Zach Mettenberger flap, the Tom Brady-Peyton Manning debate and whether Mike Smith's to blame for the Falcons' woes
By Peter King
On Further Review
The Drama in Dallas
The Drama in Dallas
It wasn’t the prettiest, but Washington’s 20-17 OT win over Dallas on Monday night certainly was memorable. Here are my thoughts on the Tony Romo medical decision, Colt McCoy's new job, the Cowboys’ bad play-calling and more
By Peter King
Monday Morning Quarterback
Big Ben Goes Boom
Big Ben Goes Boom
Ben Roethlisberger’s ridiculous numbers—522 yards, six TDs—stood out on perhaps the greatest collective passing day in NFL history. Plus, a speedster from Pittsburg (the one in Kansas) wins it for the Cardinals, why the Seahawks are still in trouble, a new No. 1 in the Fine Fifteen and much more
By Peter King
Game Plan
Football for Breakfast
Football for Breakfast
The Falcons-Lions game in London on Sunday will kick off at 9:30 a.m. Eastern and be nationally televised by FOX. The NFL is curious: How many people will watch? Plus, the Week 8 spotlight player and 10 things to watch for on Sunday
By Peter King