On Further Review

On Further Review
Something Up Their Sleeve?
Something Up Their Sleeve?
With a third-string quarterback facing the NFL's best defense on Sunday night, how can Arizona possibly win this game? If anyone can figure it out, it’s Bruce Arians and the Cardinals’ coaching staff
By Peter King
On Further Review
The Early Book on Mariota
The Early Book on Mariota
The best quarterback in the 2015 draft might be Oregon’s Marcus Mariota. What kind of prospect is the Heisman Trophy winner, and can he succeed as a pocket passer in the NFL? Several experts familiar with Mariota‘s game share their views
By Peter King
On Further Review
Why Gruden Should Stay
Why Gruden Should Stay
Why Washington should keep Jay Gruden as head coach, and what it would take for RG3 to become their franchise QB again
By Peter King
On Further Review
He Makes Greatness Look So Easy
He Makes Greatness Look Easy
We take for granted what Aaron Rodgers is doing this year because it all appears so effortless—time and again he makes the right call, the perfect pass, the smart decision. So let’s take a moment to appreciate a quarterback performing at the absolute pinnacle
By Peter King
On Further Review
The Finest Four
The Finest Four
With four weeks to go in the regular season, Peter King identifies the four teams that have separated from the field
By Peter King
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Why the Browns Should Start Johnny Manziel
Why the Browns Should Start Johnny Manziel
Mike Pettine faces a difficult decision at quarterback for the final four games. But his choice will have impact beyond just the 2014 season, which is why Cleveland needs to sit Brian Hoyer and see exactly what it has in its lightning-rod rookie QB
By Peter King
On Further Review
Miami Still Very Much In It
Dolphins Still In It
Despite another heartbreaking loss, the Dolphins are still set up to make some noise as a possible playoff sixth seed
By Peter King
On Further Review
‘He’ll Be Back Strong’
‘He’ll Be Back Strong’
The Chiefs placed Eric Berry on the non-football injury list after a mass was found in the All Pro safety's chest. In the wake of this stunning development, the team is rallying behind its beloved teammate and drawing strength from his determination
By Peter King
On Further Review
Franchise No More?
Franchise No More?
Jay Gruden's public criticism of his quarterback has opened up the possibility of 2014 being Robert Griffin III's final year in Washington
By Peter King
On Further Review
Gruden vs. Griffin
Gruden vs. Griffin
Washington coach Jay Gruden did not hold back Monday in a public critique of quarterback Robert Griffin III’s recent play. It portends deeper problems in the nation’s capital and could foreshadow the end of RG3’s run as the franchise QB
By Peter King