It’s the Thursday before Super Bowl Sunday and we’re already getting excited. So let’s kick back and relax with a look at how the Eagles defense can be beaten.
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Can you believe that there are now only three games left in the 2017 season? THREE! And two of them take place this Sunday evening. Richard O’Hagan is looking forward to them.
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Only a quarter of the teams in the NFL remain standing, as the 2017 season reaches the divisional round stage. Which four sides will make it through to the conference championship game next weekend? Richard O’Hagan has some thoughts.
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After heroics in Seattle, the Redskins failed to carry that momentum into the home game vs the Minnesota Vikings. Our Skins writer Christian Burt goes Skin Deep and 3 & Out on the 38-30 loss at FedEx…
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With the tenth season of the NFL’s London games now in the bag, Richard O’Hagan takes a look at what 2017 had to offer.
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It was all change at quarterback in Chicago as exciting rookie Mitchell Trubisky replaced the ponderous Mike Glennon, but in the end it was the same old story. Turnovers and a loss. Dave Usher reports…
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The Los Angeles Rams won a thrilling 41-39 showdown at Santa Clara against the San Francisco 49ers. Rams blogger Tom Green gives us his perspective on the highest scoring game of the season…
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We’re a quarter of the way through our previews and this time we focus on the 2015 Superbowl runners-up, Carolina Panthers.
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Washington offensive coordinator Sean McVay was hired as the new LA Rams head coach on Thursday, making history along the way.
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The Los Angeles Rams ended a four game losing streak by beating the New York Jets 9-6 in a game dominated by defense. This was the first time the Rams had won a game by 9-6 in franchise history which has kept their slim chance of making the playoffs alive. Tom Green reports…
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