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Robert Mathis: On His Own, With Plenty Behind Him
Robert Mathis: On His Own, With Plenty Behind Him
In his first year unpaired from Dwight Freeney, the 11-year veteran burst into his own to lead the league in sacks and lead the Colts back to the postseason
By Jim Trotter
Monday Morning Quarterback
It’s OK, Green Bay—He’s Back
It's OK, Green Bay—He's Back
Packers fans weren't the only ones waiting with bated breath for Aaron Rodgers to return. The QB was antsy too, but everyone can exhale now. Unfortunately, it's not so easy for Rob Chudzinski. Together, they represent the highs and lows of a wild regular-season finale
By Peter King
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
Open Field
The MMQB Midseason All-Pros, Awards Winners
The MMQB Midseason All-Pros, Awards Winners
By Greg A. Bedard
Monday Morning Quarterback
No Perfect Endings, Just Luck
No Perfect Endings, Just Luck
The heir to Peyton Manning didn't believe the hype. To Andrew Luck, Sunday night's showdown wasn't about storylines, just football. And with the world focused on the other QB, he delivered a gem. Plus, more Week 7 thoughts
By Peter King
Film Room
Washington Back at Work
Washington Finally Back at Work
After serving a four-game suspension, the Cardinals linebacker dominated the Panthers in Week 5 and gave Arizona an unmistakable jolt in pressure points
By Greg A. Bedard
10 Things I Think I Think
Lessons Learned on the Road
Lessons Learned on the Road
And so ends another fun, revelatory training camp tour. Here are the sights, experiences and impressions that stand out most from my jaunt across the country
By Peter King