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Kaepernick and RG3: Is There Anything Left?

Colin Kaepernick and Robert Griffin III changed the quarterback position in 2012 and seemed destined to dominate for years, but their magic turned out to be fleeting. Now free agents facing a soft market, both could be out of football this fall

Tony Jefferson’s Wild Ride

Undrafted four years ago, Jefferson hit the free-agent market this week as the NFL’s most sought after safety. Before he could join his new team in Baltimore, he had to pick up a new suit from the tailor and make it to the airport with just minutes to spare

Famous, But Not in the Hall

He’s an iconic Packer who won five NFL championships and was named to the NFL’s 50th Anniversary Team, which featured all Hall-of-Famers except for him. So what’s keeping Jerry Kramer out of Canton?

Super Bowl 51 Film Notes

Breaking down the plays, schemes and matchups that defined the Patriots’ furious comeback and the Falcons’ epic collapse

Anatomy of an All-Time Super Bowl Collapse

It wasn’t anything Dan Quinn did or didn’t do. The fact that the Falcons’ young, speed-based defense was on the field for the equivalent of a game-and-a-half, against the greatest QB of all time, is what led to the biggest collapse in Super Bowl history

The MVP Candidates*

* Not counting quarterbacks—and ignoring the frantic end-of-game rush to lean on stats—here are the Patriots and Falcons players who could have the biggest impact in Super Bowl 51

Why the Falcons Should Attack Brady by Holding Back

Atlanta’s young defense has looked fast and vastly improved in January, but that won’t be enough against Tom Brady. Dan Quinn might want to try a different approach to slow down the Patriots, and it starts with less pressure

What Would Belichick Do?

Fifteen years after slowing the Greatest Show on Turf and ascending to genius status, the Patriots coach faces another historically great offense in the Super Bowl. This time around, he’ll try to slow the Falcons with a different brand of defense

How Aaron Rodgers Raised His Game

The superstar QB has combined his sandlot style with new-found timing and rhythm. Throw in the emergence of a new target, and you get an unstoppable quarterback