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The Most Obvious Secret in the NFL

It may be the most famous analogy about team building in NFL history. When asked about why he was leaving the New England Patriots, Head Coach Bill Parcells infamously stated: “They want you to cook the dinner, at least they … Continue reading

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NFL Preseason Week 2 Game Notes: Tampa Bay at New England

Patriots’ offense opened with the intent to run the ball. Succeeded in gashing with RB Ridley. S Goldson was essentially lining up as an extra LB, leaving S Barron in single high coverage. DT Spence flashed at times, showing strength … Continue reading

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The Revis Effect

Blockbuster trades don’t happen often in the NFL. If a big name player is traded it’s usually at the end of his career for fifty-cents-on-the-dollar. A good example of this is Anquan Boldin being traded for a 6th round pick. … Continue reading

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