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Raiders Fans Deserve Better

Facing an uncertain future, Raiders executives aren’t saying anything about—or trying to fix—the problems they created in Vegas

The Super Bowl, Vegas-Style

We spent Super Bowl Sunday with the head of the biggest sports book in Vegas—where lots of people lost money because there was no safety, Gostkowski’s extra-point miss was big, and the Patriots’ comeback turned everything upside-down

Richard Sherman Is Not Apologizing

The two sides of the Seahawks star—Compton versus Stanford—have been on full display during a turbulent 2016 season, and it’s no accident. A balance between passion and poise continues to drive Richard Sherman, and could be the key to another Seattle Super Bowl run

‘We Can’t Keep Talking About Derek, Bro’

The mood is a mix of anger and despair as the Raiders prepare for a wild-card weekend trip to Houston. But while any realistic Super Bowl hopes might be dashed, the Raiders still have a chance to finish an almost-storybook season the right way

How Reggie White Made Green Bay Cool

When the NFL’s first great free-agent shocked the football world by signing with the Packers, it suddenly turned pro sports’ smallest—and whitest—market into a destination for black players and set a fabled franchise on course for a Super Bowl title

Jamal Adams and LSU’s ‘DBU’ Tradition

The junior is positioned to be the first safety off the NFL draft board in April, a potential top-10 pick and the next great NFL defensive back out of LSU. And it’s thanks, in part, to the help of an old pro

Minus Megatron, the Lions Are Relying on Each Other

Lacking the spectacular presence of Calvin Johnson, Detroit has been forced to become more balanced in 2016. Result: Matt Stafford is enjoying his best season as a pro, and the Lions are a surprise contender for the NFC North
 

The Cowboys Are Dak Prescott’s Team Now

Winning with poise and confidence uncommon in a fourth-round rookie, Dak Prescott has a firm hold on the Cowboys’ quarterbacking job. So where does that leave Tony Romo? Nobody’s saying

The Little Things in Denver

NFL teams always are on the hunt for any advantage they can gain. Denver feels like it found one in dedicating two full-time coaches to studying the tells of opposing players. The Broncos believe it’s working

Kirk Cousins: How High Is the Ceiling?

Another so-so performance in a so-far so-so season leaves Washington still waiting to see whether Cousins, its franchise-tag quarterback, is worthy of removing the “tag” part