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The Shared Vision That Saved the Atlanta Falcons

When Dan Quinn was hired to coach the Falcons, many assumed that GM Thomas Dimitroff wasn’t long for his job. But the men formed a rare bond under difficult circumstances to make Atlanta a contender again

The New England Patriots’ Unspoken Mission

In Bill Belichick’s world, players spout platitudes about playing hard and being a good teammate. But deep down, they want Tom Brady to have his podium moment with the Lombardi Trophy and Roger Goodell

Youth and Speed are the Falcons’ Keys

Dan Quinn built not ‘Seattle’ East but ‘Atlanta Now’—a defense predicated on young stars playing fast and physical, with some attitude too. The concept will face its toughest test against Aaron Rodgers and the Pack
 

The Mixed Messages in Pittsburgh

Mike Tomlin told his team to keep a low profile while wideout Antonio Brown broadcast the coach’s fiery, profane speech live on Facebook. What does it all mean for the Steelers going forward?

Richard Sherman Is Not Apologizing

The two sides of the Seahawks star—Compton versus Stanford—have been on full display during a turbulent 2016 season, and it’s no accident. A balance between passion and poise continues to drive Richard Sherman, and could be the key to another Seattle Super Bowl run

Eli Manning Is Tougher Than You

He may pull odd faces and inspire unflattering memes, but while other QBs fall by the wayside the Giants’ stalwart hasn’t missed a start since 2004. As he embarks on a run at his third Super Bowl title, the NFL’s most unexpected Iron Man deserves your respect

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