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Business of Football
The Dysfunction In D.C.
The Dysfunction In D.C.
What in the world is happening in Washington? Trying to make some sense of Mike Shanahan's decision to bench Robert Griffin III and what it means for the head coach, the star quarterback, the owner and the future of the franchise
By Andrew Brandt
Open Field
It Wasn’t Supposed to End Like This
It Wasn’t Supposed to End Like This
Eliminated in Week 13? A year after leading Washington to a playoff berth, RG3 has looked little like the dynamic multiple threat who would turn a franchise around. Is it just a sophomore slump, or something more serious?
By Jenny Vrentas
The Season
Five Underrated Games to Watch; Week 13 Storylines
Five Underrated Games to Watch; Week 13 Storylines
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By Peter King
On Further Review
Here Comes San Francisco
The Tuesday Mailbag
Tearing through feeble Washington on Monday night, the 49ers looked very much like the defending NFC champs and a club that could be hitting its stride at just the right time. Plus, mailbag questions, including one that will sour some in Seattle
By Peter King
Deep Dive
Sunday Slate: Analyzing Week 12 Matchups
Analyzing Week 12
There is more to this weekend than Tom Brady vs. Peyton Manning. In the NFC East, for instance, the Cowboys and Giants meet again with division momentum at stake. Plus, Colts-Cardinals, Panthers-Dolphins, Jets-Ravens and plenty more
By Andy Benoit
Game Plan
It’s Good to be a . . . Panther?
It’s Good to be a . . . Panther?
Headed for a critical game with the Niners, Carolina is in playoff position for the first time in years, and for veteran wideout Steve Smith the feeling can’t be better
By Peter King
Deep Dive
Thursday Night Preview: Washington at Minnesota
Thursday Night Preview: Washington at Minnesota
By Andy Benoit
Deep Dive
The Trouble with RG3
The Trouble with RG3
Halfway through his second season, it’s impossible to call Robert Griffin III anything but an unrefined quarterback. Slowed by his surgically repaired right knee and often playing from behind, he’s learning how to be a drop-back passer the hard way
By Andy Benoit
The Season
Few Points, Strong Pats
Few Points, Strong Pats
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By Peter King
Muscle and Medicine
The Business of Getting Better—and the Best
The Business of Getting Better—and the Best
Injured players are relying on team doctors less and less in their quests to get back on the field. The complicated reasons for getting a second opinion can leave NFL surgeons in an awkward position
By Andrew Brandt