On Further Review

On Further Review
Taking Down the Best
Breaking down the Chargers’ win over the Seahawks—coming off a short week, no less—and what it means going forward
By Peter King
On Further Review
‘Football is Full of Heart’
‘Football is Full of Heart’
One minute, Devon Still was preparing for his 4-year-old daughter’s dance recital. The next, the Bengals defensive tackle was at a hospital, learning that she had cancer. Here is their heart-wrenching story and how others are rallying to help
By Peter King
On Further Review
Nothing Has Changed Since February
Nothing Has Changed Since February
The Seahawks are still the NFL’s most dominant team
By Peter King
On Further Review
Time to Pay Attention to Tennessee
Time to Pay Attention to Tennessee
The Titans haven't been to the postseason since '08, so they're easy to overlook. But an eyebrow-raising road win over a playoff team to open the season should put the rest of the league on notice: Jake Locker and company are here to play
By Peter King
On Further Review
Trying to Put the Instant Back in Replay
Trying to Put the Instant Back in Replay
The NFL's new replay review system, featuring a centralized office in New York with officials monitoring every game, is expected to speed up the process. Here are the details of how everything will work, plus answers to readers' questions
By Peter King
On Further Review
Sam the Ram? Roster Spot Not Yet Locked Up
Sam the Ram? Roster Spot Not Yet Locked Up
Michael Sam has outperformed expectations for St. Louis at camp. But the NFL's first openly gay player might be headed to the practice squad instead of the 53-man roster due to the equally impressive play of another long-shot prospect
By Peter King
On Further Review
Browns QB? Flip a Coin
Browns QB? Flip a Coin
Neither Brian Hoyer nor Johnny Manziel emerged as the clear-cut No. 1 quarterback after disappointing performances on Monday night. But does it really matter who coach Mike Pettine picks? The answer, plus more reader mail
By Peter King
On Further Review
Sweat the Small Stuff
Sweat the Small Stuff
Aaron Rodgers is one of the most accurate and efficient quarterbacks in NFL history. His coach says he arrived at camp in 'the best shape I've ever seen.' What's the Green Bay star's offseason secret? Revealing that, plus reader mail
By Peter King
On Further Review
It’s All on Andy … and Hue
It’s All on Andy … and Hue
Andy Dalton got one monkey off his back—a contract—but he still has to get another: a playoff win. Enter Hue Jackson, Cincy's new offensive boss and the man charged with getting the QB to perform in January. Plus, reader email
By Peter King
On Further Review
What the Heck Happened to Jordan Gross?
The Tuesday Mailbag
Jordan Gross was healthy, a Pro Bowler and a leader on a rising playoff contender. But the 34-year-old Panthers offensive tackle walked away from millions to enjoy the rest of his life. An update on him, plus Ray Rice reaction
By Peter King