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Open Field
Why the AFC North is Football’s Crown Jewel
Why the AFC North is Football’s Crown Jewel
A year ago, the NFC West was put on a pedestal as the NFL’s best division. But the aggressive, intelligent and opportunistic teams in the AFC North are changing the discussion. (You just have to ignore Manziel’s performance last Sunday)
By Robert Klemko
Game Plan
The Fast vs. The Furious
The Fast vs. The Furious
The Eagles are playing at warp speed and putting up points just as quickly. The Seahawks defense officially is back to 2013 form. Something has to give Sunday in Philadelphia. Plus, the Week 14 spotlight player and 10 things to keep eye on
By Peter King
The Friday Interview
Out of the Shadows
Out of the Shadows
Just a few months after he thought his career might be over, Justin Forsett ran for a career-high 182 yards in the Ravens’ win over the Saints on Monday. Now on his fifth team in seven years, this journeyman could make a trip to the Pro Bowl
By Jenny Vrentas
Going Long
Steve Smith Rules
Steve Smith Rules
How does an undersized, overly confrontational wideout survive 14 years in the NFL? He starts by following a plan that also describes his personal ethos
Tuesday Mailbag
The Week 12 Mailbag
The Week 12 Mailbag
What's currently happening in the hyper-competitive AFC North and the sorrowful NFC South is mind-boggling. Plus, answering questions about Odell Beckham's gloves, the Rams' silent owner and Bill Belichick's penchant for punishment
By Peter King
Window Into the Weekend
Three Games With Huge Playoff Implications
By Peter King
The Conscience
Restoring Ray Rice
Restoring Ray Rice
For the disgraced former Ravens running back, the reality of returning to football relevance might be out of the question. But restoring his name off the field, where at one time he was lauded for his passion to help people, can still be achieved
By Don Banks
Analytics
With or Without You
With or Without You
Ray Rice and Adrian Peterson left the Ravens and Vikings in a bind this season, but their absence hasn’t really hurt the teams’ performances
Business of Football
Courtroom Football: Ray Rice vs. the NFL
Courtroom Football: Ray Rice vs. the NFL
The biggest matchup in football this week might be taking place in a New York City law office. That's where an independent arbitrator will listen to Ray Rice appeal his indefinite suspension and the NFL argue the punishment is merited
By Andrew Brandt
Tuesday Mailbag
The Week 9 Mailbag
The Week 9 Mailbag
The MMQB needs readers' help for Thanksgiving football project. Plus we answer questions about Rob Gronkowski's MVP candidacy, Jadeveon Clowney's social media habits and the Robert Griffin III locker room drama
By Peter King