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Settle This
Are the Broncos Now a Power-Running Team?
Are the Broncos Now a Power-Running Team?
Are Peyton Manning's Broncos now a ground-and-pound offense? And who is the Patriots' 2014 MVP: Gronkowski or Revis? (But not Brady?) Plus, five things to watch in Week 16
By Greg A. Bedard
Podcast
The MMQB Podcast with Andy Benoit – Week 16
The MMQB Podcast with Andy Benoit – Week 16
Andy previews every game on the Week 16 slate and has a great football conversation with Cardinals linebacker Larry Foote
By Andy Benoit
Open Field
The Making of Modern QBs
The Making of Modern Quarterbacks
A look at how Aaron Rodgers rose to the top of his game, and what his journey reveals about football’s most important position
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
Extra Point
A Meeting of the Minds
A Meeting of the Minds
He revived Brett Favre, he built Aaron Rodgers and on Sunday he outdueled Bill Belichick. The Packers' victory over New England in Lambeau showed just where Mike McCarthy belongs in the hierarchy of NFL coaches. And a moment right after the game confirmed it
By Greg A. Bedard
Monday Morning Quarterback
Super Bowl Sneak Peek
Super Bowl Sneak Peek
Two months from today in Glendale, we could do worse than getting a rematch of Sunday’s Packers-Patriots showdown. Here’s how Green Bay won. Plus the Ray Rice fallout, the Rams-Ferguson controversy and why now is the time for the Browns to start Johnny Manziel
By Peter King
Settle This
What Isn’t Rex Ryan Doing Right? What Does John Fox Actually Do?
What Isn’t Rex Ryan Doing Right? What Does John Fox Actually Do?
In his fourth installment of Settle This, the “Wet Blanket of Reason” looks at the nature of being a head coach in the NFL. Plus, five thoughts going into Week 13 and a dive into the rulebook
By Greg A. Bedard
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
Settle This
Are the Rams a Quarterback Away From Being a Quality Team?
Are the Rams a Quarterback Away From Being a Quality Team?
The all-knowing “Wet Blanket of Reason” tackles that question and three others: on Aaron Rodgers, the Bengals, and what all pro sports teams strive for ... plus, five burning thoughts going into Week 11
By Greg A. Bedard
Business of Football
Finding Mr. Right, or Stuck with Mr. Wrong
Finding Mr. Right, or Stuck with Mr. Wrong
When a team has a franchise quarterback, it wins. When a team doesn’t, it loses, and the search to find one consumes the entire organization for years. Too simplistic? It’s the reality in today’s QB-centric NFL
By Andrew Brandt