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The Snow Couldn’t Stop the Bills, and Neither Could the Jets
The Snow Couldn’t Stop the Bills, and Neither Could the Jets
Beseiged by an epic snowstorm, Buffalo Bills players and staff used their time wisely—mostly studying film and the game plan—then traveled to Detroit and crushed the Jets for their socked-in city
By Robert Klemko
Game Plan
Planes, Bills and Snowmobiles
Planes, Bills and Snowmobiles
An epic snowstorm has forced Sunday's Jets-Bills game out of Buffalo, into Detroit on Monday night and caused logistical issues for a team still in the playoff hunt but with more on its mind than football. Plus, 10 things to watch in Week 12
By Peter King
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
Open Field
‘A Completely Different Guy Right Now’
‘A Completely Different Guy Right Now’
Mark Sanchez won over Philadelphia and celebrated Monday night’s win with cheesesteaks. Remember the butt fumble? His transformation began in January with an intervention disguised as a lunch meeting
By Jenny Vrentas
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
Monday Morning Quarterback
Big Ben Goes Boom
Big Ben Goes Boom
Ben Roethlisberger’s ridiculous numbers—522 yards, six TDs—stood out on perhaps the greatest collective passing day in NFL history. Plus, a speedster from Pittsburg (the one in Kansas) wins it for the Cardinals, why the Seahawks are still in trouble, a new No. 1 in the Fine Fifteen and much more
By Peter King
Window Into the Weekend
Week 8: Percy Harvin Goes Green
Week 8: Percy Harvin Goes Green
Percy Harvin is pegged for a big role in his New York Jets debut. Plus, it's an afternoon for the birds when the 5-1 Cardinals host the 5-1 Eagles, and superstar QBs Aaron Rodgers and Drew Brees go head-to-head on Sunday night
By Peter King
Business of Football
DeMarco’s Costly Run
DeMarco’s Costly Run
DeMarco Murray is off to a historically great start in a contract year. The problem: Every yard he gains could be costing him the big payday he’s trying to earn
By Andrew Brandt
On Further Review
VIDEO: What the Percy Harvin Trade Means for the New York Jets
By Peter King
Monday Morning Quarterback
At 38, Peyton Manning’s Prime is Right Now
At 38, Peyton Manning’s Prime is Right Now
Hyperbole after the Broncos QB broke the NFL career touchdown mark? Nope. Presenting the numbers that show Manning is better in Denver than he was in Indy. Plus a look at the legit Lions, the sliding Seahawks and the rest of Week 7
By Peter King