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Tuesday Mailbag
Week 3 Twitter Mailbag
Answering your questions on the Bengals, elite quarterbacks, struggling offenses, the 49ers’ flaws, Joe Philbin’s job security and the Cardinals’ playoff hopes
By Peter King
Monday Morning Quarterback
‘The NFL Needed This’
'The NFL Needed This'
Those were the words of Russell Wilson, after Seattle edged Denver in a thrilling Super Bowl redux. An action-packed Sunday—which included surprise teams moving to 3-0—diverted focus on the league's off-field problems, if only for a day
By Peter King
Window Into the Weekend
Week 3: A Super Bowl Rematch, But a Much Closer Game
By Peter King
Analytics
The Two-Minute Men
The Two-Minute Men
What the numbers reveal about the best NFL quarterbacks in crunch time
Business of Football
The Masterminds Behind the Mayhem
The Masterminds Behind the Mayhem
The Seahawks and Packers kick off a new NFL season tonight in a marquee matchup. The men who built the rosters, Seattle’s John Schneider and Green Bay’s Ted Thompson, share a common background but couldn’t be more different
By Andrew Brandt
Deep Dive
Seahawks Preview: Advantage to the Champs
Seahawks Preview: Advantage to the Champs
Seattle returns the best defense in football and adds an explosive offensive piece to its Super Bowl-winning roster. There’s nothing to suggest the Seahawks won’t be lifting the Lombardi again come Februrary
By Andy Benoit
1Q Interview
Russell Wilson, What Difference Does Julius Peppers Make to the Packers’ Defense?
Russell Wilson, What Difference Does Julius Peppers Make to the Packers’ Defense?
By Peter King
Monday Morning Quarterback
Why the NFL’s Best Team Won’t Win the Super Bowl
Why the NFL's Best Team Won't Win the Super Bowl
Despite Seattle being just as strong as it was in 2013—if not outright better—there’s one convincing reason it won’t lift the Lombardi again. Plus, the Rams’ sad turn, Arizona uncovers a gem and 20 thoughts after the NFL’s dress rehearsal
By Peter King
Business of Football
The QB Contract Mirage
The QB Contract Mirage
Nine-figure deals make for splashy headlines, but they aren't actually reality. Recent extensions for Andy Dalton and Colin Kaepernick are prime examples of how teams have all the long-term leverage and players continue to cede control
By Andrew Brandt
Training Camp 2014
Seahawks Report: Enjoy 2014, Because Things Will Never Be the Same
Seahawks Report: Enjoy 2014, Because Things Will Never Be the Same
The Super Bowl champs remain a juggernaut, but the clock is ticking on their window to be truly dominant
By Robert Klemko