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Film Room
Watching Tape With …  the Chargers’ Dwight Freeney
Watching Tape With … the Chargers’ Dwight Freeney
Every week in the NFL, we see how players perform on the field. But what goes into their mental preparation to play? To find out, Dwight Freeney—one of the great pass-rushers of this generation—invites The MMQB and its readers to the film room. Grab a chair
By Peter King
Tuesday Mailbag
The Week 3 Mailbag
The Week 3 Mailbag
As the NFL continues to play catch-up on player conduct, here's the next step for Roger Goodell. Plus, the problem with Trent Richardson, a way to help officials keep pace with speed of game and an open invitation for players to cheat
By Peter King
Behind the Face Mask
Manning on Manning
Manning on Manning
The Broncos quarterback on giving advice to younger players, staying on top of non-football current events and why he thinks he'd make a good free safety
By Peter King
MMQB Fantasy
Week 3 Fantasy Check
Why you should start the Colts’ T.Y. Hilton, the Texans’ defense and the Chargers’ Danny Woodhead
By Peter King
Analytics
Which Teams Will Surprise You in 2014?
Which Teams Will Surprise You in 2014?
In their debut piece for The MMQB, numberFire uses efficiency analytics to figure out which teams are most likely to rise or fall in 2014
The Conscience
Keep Doing the Right Thing, Roger
Keep Doing the Right Thing, Roger
Roger Goodell admitted making a mistake with Ray Rice’s mere two-game ban and readdressed the league’s policy on domestic violence. But that’s not the only part of the NFL commissioner’s kingdom that needs a course change
By Don Banks
Deep Dive
Deep Conversations
Deep Conversations
This summer, Andrew Luck and four more of the NFL's smartest players, plus Minnesota Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer, talked X's and O's with The MMQB's resident analyst
By Andy Benoit
Open Field
The MMQB’s 2014 Predictions Extravaganza
The MMQB’s 2014 Predictions Extravaganza
Deep Dive
Colts Preview: Super Bowl Contenders, as Luck Would Have It
Colts Preview: Super Bowl Contenders, as Luck Would Have It
Because of Andrew Luck, the Colts have gotten very good very fast. With their superstar quarterback ready to take even more ownership of this offense, Indy is ready to step into the Super Bowl conversation
By Andy Benoit
Training Camp 2014
Colts Report: Luck Leads One of the Top Offenses
Colts Report: Luck Leads One of the Top Offenses
With a healthy Reggie Wayne and a blossoming Andrew Luck, Indianapolis should cruise to the AFC South title again. The defense could determine how long the Colts stick around in the postseason