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In ESPN The Magazine, Steve Wulf writes that when Russell Wilson starts Super Bowl XLVIII, fans won't bat an eye. But when James Harris started a playoff game in 1974, America wasn't so color-blind.
Jason Whitlock says style of QB play is under scrutiny, Alex Smith is not the answer in KC and that Michael Vick ought to think about being a great backup QB, not a starter.
Officials subscribe to Parking Lot Theory in final seconds, picking up a flag and getting out of the stadium.
ESPN's Tim Hasselbeck takes a look at three big QB debates: Brady vs. Newton, Ryan vs. Kaepernick and Stafford vs. RG III.
Mike Sando looks at the salary situation for Jay Cutler, Sam Bradford, Colin Kaepernick and Josh Freeman. What can they expect from their next contracts?
KC Joyner examines the top 10 undervalued fantasy quarterbacks this season, including Robert Griffin III.
Mailbag: Injuries and suspensions could keep teams from going full speed ahead with their offensive plans, writes John Clayton.
Here are the 10 things John Clayton is eager to see in his whirlwind 12-day tour of training camps.
Matthew Berry presents 100 facts he's carefully selected to help mislead you ... to victory.
Football Outsiders ranks every team in the NFL according to its stock of young, 25-and-under talent. The Seattle Seahawks top the list, while the Oakland Raiders are last.
After breaking down every pass from the 2012 NFL season, Ron Jaworski revisits his QB Big Board and re-ranks the league's top 32 signal-callers ahead of the 2013 campaign. Heading into training camp, Aaron Rodgers sits atop the list.
Chris Sprow examines a potential weakness for each of the top 10 teams in the 2013 NFL Future Power Rankings.
Matt Williamson grades each AFC team on the offseason moves it made, both in free agency and the draft. The Baltimore Ravens top the conference.
Mel Kiper releases his final mock draft for the 2013 NFL draft. At the top, it's a race for the top tackles. But a run on cornerbacks dominates the back of the first round.
For his latest 2013 NFL mock draft, Mel Kiper goes through two full rounds of possible picks. There's a new slot for the top quarterback on the board.