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Business of Football
The NFL’s Best and Worst Business Decisions
The NFL’s Best and Worst Business Decisions
A look back at the players and teams that won and lost at the negotiating table in 2014, and what it all means going forward as the league tries to repair its image
By Andrew Brandt
On Further Review
What Went Wrong with Jay Cutler?
What Went Wrong with Jay Cutler?
How the collapse of the 2014 Chicago Bears is a lesson in leadership for the rest of the NFL
By Peter King
Analytics
The Final Over/Under
The Final Over/Under
A college stats professor charts NFL wins, comparing all 32 teams to Vegas and statheads predictions going into the 2014 season
MMQB Extra
Video: Jay Cutler’s New Home?
Which team makes the most sense for Cutler?
By Peter King
Game Plan
James Harrison is Back
James Harrison is Back
How did the menacing defender go from being a retired linebacker to one of the most impactful Pittsburgh players this season? The answer, plus thoughts on the turkey day results, the Week 13 spotlight player and 10 things to watch Sunday
By Peter King
Podcast
The MMQB Podcast with Andy Benoit – Week 13
The MMQB Podcast with Andy Benoit – Week 13
Andy breaks down the Thanksgiving Day matchups as well as the rest of the Week 13 action
By Andy Benoit
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