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Monday Morning Quarterback
Odell of a Catch
Odell of a Catch
The greatest grab in NFL history? The story behind Odell Beckham's spotlight-stealing one-handed snare. Plus, the 12 stadiums—from Foxboro to the Bronx to Happy Valley—that nearly hosted Bills-Jets tonight, the Browns do it again, Oakland on the board, Washington still on fire, and much more from Week 12
By Peter King
Window Into the Weekend
Three Games With Huge Playoff Implications
By Peter King
Podcast
The MMQB Podcast with Andy Benoit – Week 12
The MMQB Podcast with Andy Benoit – Week 12
Andy previews Lions vs. Patriots, Cardinals vs. Seahawks, Dolphins vs. Broncos, and the rest of Week 12 action in the NFL
By Andy Benoit
Game Plan
Eleventh Heaven
Eleventh Heaven
Week 11 is a smorgasbord of meaningful games. Want star power? Welcome to Brady-Luck III. Fancy under-exposed instead? Have a slice of Lions-Cards. And don't forget Packers-Eagles or Chiefs-Seahawks. Plus, 10 more things to watch
By Peter King
Tuesday Mailbag
The Week 10 Mailbag
The Week 10 Mailbag
Revisiting the Jimmy Graham pass interference call at the end of regulation in the Saints-49ers game. Plus, answering reader questions about the Bears' problems, the Seahawks' passing issues and whether refs should police fumble dogpiles
By Peter King
Tuesday Mailbag
Week 9 Twitter Mailbag
Week 9 Twitter Mailbag
Are the Patriots the best team in football right now? Can the Cardinals hold off the Seahawks? Will the Niners have a new coach in 2015? These questions answered, and more
By Peter King
Open Field
Spoiler Alert!
Spoiler Alert!
Half a season. That's all The MMQB's resident psychic needs to know (well, guess) what's coming up in 2014's second half and the playoffs
By Greg A. Bedard
The Conscience
On A Run and Loving It
On A Run and Loving It
As the NFL skews more and more toward fantasy-fueled aerial madness, the offenses that stay grounded are the ones piling up the wins. Just look at Dallas
By Don Banks
Open Field
The Struggle of Seattle
The Struggle of Seattle
An identity crisis, one playmaker jettisoned, another reportedly unhappy. If they're going to have any chance to defend their Super Bowl title, the Seahawks have to figure out who they are—and who is going to make plays—on offense
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