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  1. NFL Week 16 Winners and Losers: Seattle Runs Rampant, Atlanta Sta...

    Robert Mays

    The Seahawks This started coming into view last month when Carson Palmer -- and then Drew Stanton -- went down just as the defending champs began to heat up. The fight for the NFC West seemed like one o...

    Blog | December 22, 2014
  2. Who Is the Ultimate Backyard Quarterback?

    Robert Mays

    During the afternoon slate of games on Sunday, I threw out a question. While I had some names in mind, I was curious and purposefully didn't set any criteria, because that's a significant part of the answer. Do you...

    Blog | December 17, 2014
  3. NFL Week 13 Winners and Losers: PHILIP RIVERS! Aaron Rodgers Is a...

    Robert Mays

    The Chargers Yesterday was full of games that further shuffled the AFC wild-card race, but San Diego's trip to Baltimore was the only one featuring two teams currently mired in it. A Chargers loss would have been San Diego's th...

    Blog | December 01, 2014
  4. Denver’s Unsolvable Defense Puts It in a League of Its Own

    Robert Mays

    We've known the names for seven months, but all lined up -- nameplate after nameplate in the Broncos' locker room -- it's still something to see. DeMarcus Ware gets dressed next to Terrance Knighton. T.J. Ward sits a cou...

    Blog | October 24, 2014
  5. NFL Week 5 Winners and Losers: Be Afraid of Little Branden Oliver...

    Robert Mays

    Branden Oliver Jersey numbers are the band names of sports. We want each one to have a story, a meaningful anecdote that offers a glimpse into why hard-to-know people identify as they do. And just like with band names, the stories often disappoint...

    Blog | October 06, 2014
  6. NFL Week 4 Winners and Losers: Put Your Goggles On for Teddy, Luc...

    Robert Mays

    TEDDYYYYYYYYYYY!!! The joy of watching Teddy Bridgewater yesterday was dampened a bit when a twisted ankle sent him to the sideline for the end of the game. But, man, was he fun. Football is occasionally simple. Teddy Bridgewater was a good colleg...

    Blog | September 29, 2014
  7. Staying on Schedule: The Chargers’ Ball-Control Success

    Robert Mays

    If you want to be an offensive coordinator, you should know that a prerequisite for the job is using the phrase "stay on schedule" as often as possible. It refers to a widely held notion that what teams do on first and se...

    Blog | September 17, 2014
  8. The Best Quarterback of the 2004 Draft Class …;

    Robert Mays

    In his lolling north Alabama accent, the word "ours" makes Philip Rivers sound like a pirate. Fresh from an August practice and leaning against a wall outside Chargers Park, he's using it a lot. "I feel like it...

    Blog | August 26, 2014
  9. NFL Playoffs Stock Watch: Which Units Are Trending Upward/Downwar...

    Robert Mays

    Since moving to Baltimore, the Ravens' identity has been mostly tied up in one thing: defense. It was how they won their first Super Bowl, it's the side of the ball where their stars played, and when we look back on the first two decades of Ravens fo...

    Blog | January 02, 2014
  10. NFL Week 17 Winners and Losers: The Lucky Chargers, the Scary Pac...

    Robert Mays

    Winners Packers: Aaron Rodgers wasn't particularly Aaron Rodgers–like, Eddie Lacy looked hobbled, the Packers' defense continued its horrendous stretch, and Green Bay still went into Chicago and won. After the game, Rodgers said it was great...

    Blog | December 30, 2013
  11. Aaron Rodgers, the Packers, and the Crazy NFC North

    Robert Mays

    On the craziest day of the NFL season — as the Chargers hung 41 on the Chiefs, Tom Brady put together another classic, and the Cardinals stepped right into the playoff race — the NFC North still did its best to remain the most insane situ...

    Blog | November 25, 2013
  12. The All-22 All-Star Team: Eric Weddle, the Secret Superstar

    Robert Mays

    Urban Meyer was not impressed. It was winter 2003, and Meyer, then the head coach at Utah, sat in a living room in Rancho Cucamonga, California, where his defensive coordinator had dragged him, for reasons he couldn't understand. Looking at the 5-foo...

    Blog | August 01, 2013
  13. 66-Day NFL Warning: Need Someone to Root For? Danario Alexander H...

    Robert Mays

    What's that? You were wondering exactly how many days until the start of the NFL season? Well, you're in luck! We here at the Triangle are set to spend the next two and a half months providing a daily reason to get excited about pro football's return...

    Blog | July 01, 2013
  14. 97-Day NFL Warning: Dwight Freeney Really Wants to Hit Peyton Man...

    Robert Mays

    What's that? You were wondering exactly how many days until the start of the NFL season? Well, you're in luck! We here at the Triangle are set to spend the next three and a half months providing a daily reason to get excited about pro football's retu...

    Blog | May 31, 2013
  15. The Huddle: The Locker Era and the Eddie Bauer Inside Andrew Luck...

    Robert Mays

    The loss of Vincent Brown For most of his time in San Diego, Philip Rivers hasn't exactly been flush with weapons. This year — with Vincent Jackson's bolt to Tampa Bay, one more year removed from losing Darren Sproles, and Ryan Mathews's perpe...

    Blog | August 20, 2012
  16. Will We Ever See Another LT?

    Robert Mays

    In today's NFL, there's a feeling of impermanence surrounding even the best running backs. The value of the position has diminished to the point that teams that draft backs too high or dole out massive contracts are questioned for it, and the thing i...

    Blog | June 18, 2012