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Window Into the Weekend
A Football Feast
A look at the three Thanksgiving Day games
By Peter King
Deep Dive
Setting the Table for Thanksgiving Football
Setting the Table for Thanksgiving Football
Breaking down the Bears-Lions, Eagles-Cowboys and Seahawks-49ers
By Andy Benoit
Open Field
UNBEARABLE
UNBEARABLE
Jay Cutler’s three touchdown passes lifted Chicago to victory over Minnesota, but they did little to make fans forget about what a miserable season it’s been. The Bears are now tied with the Vikings for last place in the NFC North, and the paying customers are screaming for a new face of the franchise
By Robert Klemko
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
On Further Review
The Thing About Jay Cutler…
The Thing About Jay Cutler…
The Chicago Bears can fire the head coach, the defensive coordinator, and the GM. But none of those moves would answer the most crucial question facing a franchise in shambles: Is their quarterback the leader he needs to be?
By Peter King
Tuesday Mailbag
The Week 10 Mailbag
The Week 10 Mailbag
Revisiting the Jimmy Graham pass interference call at the end of regulation in the Saints-49ers game. Plus, answering reader questions about the Bears' problems, the Seahawks' passing issues and whether refs should police fumble dogpiles
By Peter King
Monday Morning Quarterback
Don’t Count Out the Cards
Don't Count Out the Cards
The NFC’s best team lost its starting quarterback Sunday, but Arizona isn’t feeling sorry for itself in the least. Plus, inside Detroit's remarkable turnaround, an unlikely hero helps the Jets topple Big Ben, and more from Week 10
By Peter King
Open Field
The NFL and Rugby, on Common Ground
The NFL and Rugby, on Common Ground
The MMQB sat down with Keven Mealamu of New Zealand’s legendary All Blacks and Kiwi-born Bears defensive tackle Stephen Paea to talk about how the two sports, which share a root, compare at the highest level
Tuesday Mailbag
Week 8 Twitter Mailbag
The Week 8 Twitter Mailbag
Any hope for the Bears or Jets? Should we worry about the Packers? These questions answered, and more
By Peter King
Unplugged
‘The Reality Is I Am a Commodity’
‘The Reality Is I Am a Commodity’
Injured in his 12th season, Bears cornerback Charles ‘Peanut’ Tillman knows his NFL days are numbered. The MMQB caught up with him to talk about longevity (he wants two more years), the best receiver he’s ever covered (the answer might surprise you) and why he recently stood on a chair and asked people for money
By Robert Klemko