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No. 23: Sam Bradford

A one-year fallback option for Chip Kelly, or a fallen star about to realize his potential? If Sam Bradford is ever going to re-establish himself as a franchise quarterback, this season, in this system, is the perfect opportunity

I’m Talking About You, Ndamukong Suh

As well as you, Roger Goodell, Troy Vincent, Dean Blandino, Ted Wells, Steve Spagnuolo, Rex Ryan, Betsy Nabel, Dante Fowler Jr., Todd Gurley, Nate Boyer, Eli Manning, and your little dog too

Who Will Play in the 2015 Season Opener?

We know the New England Patriots will open up the 2015 NFL season in Foxboro. But who will their opponent be? The Eagles and Steelers are possibilities, but don't count out a couple of AFC East rivals

Video: The Rex Effect

Rex Ryan, Jim Kelly and Thurman Thomas on the past, present and future

The Rex Effect

After a turbulent final act with the Jets, Rex Ryan is starting fresh in Buffalo, infusing the franchise with qualities that have been in short supply since the Bills’ Super Bowl heydey: personality, excitement and optimism. Brash? He’s OK with that, too

The Next Bridgewater?

Teddy Bridgewater was nitpicked extensively before the 2014 draft but he quieted the critics in a standout rookie campaign. Will the Vikings QB's success pave the way for a similar QB in the '15 class? Plus notes on Rex Ryan, drug tests, more

The Trade That Rocked (or Will Rock) the NFL

LeSean McCoy for Kiko Alonso?! The Eagles and Bills reportedly are poised to pull off a stunning deal that shows how serious Rex Ryan is about winning now in Buffalo and how little Chip Kelly values the RB position in Philly. Plus, reader mail

The MMQB Podcast with Andy Benoit - AFC East Offseason

Andy breaks down the offseason for each AFC East team, including what New England should do with Darrelle Revis, how Rex Ryan will translate to Buffalo and Miami's cap struggles

Why Rex Ryan Makes Sense in Buffalo

A refreshing face for the franchise, Ryan cements the Bills’ defensive strength while joining forces with Greg Roman, a brilliant offensive coordinator. The last time he had a young-but-flawed quarterback and a defense this good, he went to back-to-back AFC Championship Games

‘A Sickness To Be the Best’

Darrelle Revis opens up on joining forces with Bill Belichick and Tom Brady, what he appreciated most about Rex Ryan, why all players should maximize their value, and playing bump-and-run with the NFL’s best receivers

Week 17 Twitter Mailbag

Did the Niners blow it by letting Jim Harbaugh walk? Who should be the Raiders' next head coach? And does EJ Manuel still have a future in Buffalo? That and more as Peter King answers your Twitter questions

MMQB Extra: Rex Ryan's Next Coaching Job

Rex Ryan has coached his last game with the Jets, but not in the NFL. Here are the two teams that would be a perfect fit for Ryan and his creative defensive schemes

Are the Broncos Now a Power-Running Team?

Are Peyton Manning's Broncos now a ground-and-pound offense? And who is the Patriots' 2014 MVP: Gronkowski or Revis? (But not Brady?) Plus, five things to watch in Week 16

‘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

Week 8 Twitter Mailbag

Any hope for the Bears or Jets? Should we worry about the Packers? These questions answered, and more

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

Nobody Is Laughing

With a fourth straight loss coming in embarrassing fashion, the Jets are in disarray to the point that Rex Ryan could be out of a job. But the head coach is far from the reason Gang Green has fallen apart

The Franchise Backup

His first NFL coach laments unrealized potential. His current ones question his drive. On his last football legs at 34, Michael Vick appears content watching from the Jets’ sideline and taking what he calls ‘a step back away from the game’