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The NFL Thermostat: Week 8

The NFL Thermostat: Week 8

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10/29/2014

HOT 1. Tom Brady Since his two-interception performance in an embarrassing loss to the Chiefs in week four, Brady has thrown for 14 touchdowns and 0 interceptions. This past week Brady made the biggest statement yet, completing 30 of 35 passes including five touchdowns. Brady’s favorite target, tight end Rob Gronkowski, appears plenty healthy as…

The NFL Thermostat: Week 7

The NFL Thermostat: Week 7

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10/22/2014

HOT 1. St. Louis Rams’ Special Teams If you only heard about the Rams’ upset win over the defending champion Seahawks, then you may have missed two gutsy calls which reminded us of the game-changing potential of special teams. Already leading 14-3 in the middle of the second quarter, the Rams dialed up their first…

The NFL Thermostat: Week 6

The NFL Thermostat: Week 6

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10/15/2014

HOT  1. Dallas Cowboys This is a no-brainer; anytime you can beat the Seahawks in Seattle you deserve to skyrocket to the top of the Hot List. Demarco Murray was high on the Hot List earlier this season and for good reason. He continued to impress this week, despite facing the vaunted Seattle defense. The Cowboys…

The NFL Thermostat: Week 5

The NFL Thermostat: Week 5

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10/07/2014

HOT 1. New York Giants Offensive Rookies This comes in part from my own bias for my hometown team, as several rookies have helped contribute to their team’s success this year.  But on Sunday the Giants rookies were especially good, leading to a comeback victory. Running Back Andre Williams took over for an injured Rashad…

The NFL Thermostat: Week 4

The NFL Thermostat: Week 4

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09/30/2014

HOT 1. Steve Smith Sr. The former Carolina Panthers wide receiver promised “blood and guts” if he ever got the opportunity to face the Panthers as a member of the Baltimore Ravens. This week, Smith got his opportunity, and while it may have been slightly less gorey, he certainly got his revenge against his former…

The NFL Thermostat: Week 3

The NFL Thermostat: Week 3

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09/26/2014

HOT: 1. Arizona Cardinals: Is there a more quiet 3-0 team in the NFL than the Arizona Cardinals? After moving on from Carson Palmer, the Cardinals have now won two straight with Drew Stanton under center, leading them to an early lead in the brutal NFC West. Yes, they are even above the defending champion…

NFL Draft Advice: How to Survive

NFL Draft Advice: How to Survive

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04/25/2014

The NFL draft is fast approaching and if you ever tune in to ESPN or a similar sports network you’ve surely seen the hype machines talking up or down certain prospects. One day Johnny Manziel’s stock is at an all time high and the next day he is the fourth best quarterback available. Teddy Bridgewater…

Has college stardom doomed Ka’Deem Carey?

Has college stardom doomed Ka’Deem Carey?

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04/12/2014

There’s no question that the game of football takes a toll on the body. Whether it’s severe concussions, torn ACL’s, or simply aggregate wear and tear, the wide array of injuries players suffer over the course of their respective careers almost always culminates in a less than heroic fall from grace. For fans, watching their…

Double DeSean: Philly’s Loss, D.C.’s Gain

Double DeSean: Philly’s Loss, D.C.’s Gain

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04/08/2014

Since the beginning of the Robert Griffin III era, I’d contended that a big time receiver would make the difference between the Redskins being a good team and a great team. Well, those aren’t really the options anymore. The Redskins are, frankly, awful. The team finished their last campaign with a 3-13 record, good enough…

The Post-Hernandez NFL Claims its First Victim

The Post-Hernandez NFL Claims its First Victim

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04/08/2014

After a career year with the Philadelphia Eagles, star wide receiver DeSean Jackson has unofficially become the first player to see the negative effect Aaron Hernandez has left on the NFL. Jackson was recently cut by the Eagles and has now signed with the division rival Redskins despite the fact that he seems to perfectly…

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