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  • Next Gen Stats: Peterson recaptures famed fifth gearNFL.comRams rookie Todd Gurley arrived on the NFL scene with his best Peterson impression, rushing for more yards in the fourth quarter Sunday than any running back has compiled in the fourth quarter of the entire season. Eliminating any doubts that he's ...and more »

  • How to fix your struggling fantasy football teamNFL.comIn the latest episode of the NFL Fantasy LIVE podcast the gang recaps Week 4, looks ahead at Week 5 waiver wire targets, and re-evaluates some top NFL backfields with players returning from injury. Don't forget to subscribe and listen in HERE!

  • Yahoo Sports (blog)As it turns out, the NFL's arrest streak is alive and well at 80 monthsYahoo Sports (blog)By some unforeseen miracle, the NFL just kept the most outrageous streak in American sports alive. And, no, we're not talking about the string of ludicrous officiating calls against the Detroit Lions. After former San Jose Mercury News reporter Mike ...Dorial Green-Beckham ruined the NFL's historic no-arrest streakFor The WinDorial Green-Beckham ruined NFL's first month without an arrest in six yearsKansas City Star (blog)NFL's Dorial Green-Beckham -- Mug Shot ... Call Me 2 ChainzTMZ.comall 54 news articles »

  • Dallas Morning NewsGosselin's NFL rankings: Why Giants, Redskins, Raiders are better than CowboysDallas Morning NewsThe Bengals are the only team in the NFL that has not allowed a rushing touchdown. It helps to have a dynamic DT tandem of Geno Atkins and Domata Peko. 4. Atlanta. The Falcons are unbeaten with the leakiest pass defense going. Atlanta has allowed a ...and more »

  • CBSSports.comNFL Week 5 picks: Bengals over Seahawks, Chargers over SteelersCBSSports.comNFL · MLB · NBA · NHL · NCAA FB · NCAA BB · Golf · High School; Local; Video · More · Fantasy and Games · Fantasy Football News · Player News, Rankings, Projections · Fantasy Baseball News · Player News, Rankings, Projections.Brad Biggs' NFL power rankings: Bears out of the basementChicago TribuneNFL power rankings 2015, Week 5: Packers, Bengals are rollingSB NationNFL Power Rankings 2015, Week 5: Eagles are not a good teamBleeding Green NationWashington Post -Bleacher Report -Yahoo Sports (blog)all 80 news articles »

  • NFL odds 2015, Week 5: Packers, Patriots, Broncos among betting favoritesSB NationPittsburgh will still be without Ben Roethlisberger, but the Steelers enter the game with a 6-1-2 ATS record over their last nine games. San Diego is 1-6 ATS in its last seven games at home. NFL Week 5 Betting Lines. St. Louis at Green Bay -9. New ...and more »

  • Sports IllustratedIllegal batting no-call is latest proof that every play should be reviewableSports IllustratedI'm not sure he was even awake for it, but Bill Belichick somehow managed to notch another big win late Monday night, even though his Patriots took their bye in Week 4 and didn't even play. The bottom-line takeaway from the NFL's latest officiating ...It's time for the NFL to adopt Bill Belichick's “challenge everything” suggestionNBCSports.comBill Belichick goes deep when topic is teaching NFL's thick rulebookESPN (blog)Bill Belichick talked for 8 straight minutes when asked about boring NFL rulesSB NationBoston.comall 62 news articles »

  • ESPN (blog)The refs, the Seahawks, the Lions and the NFL all screwed up Monday nightSB Nationwell, for starters, the NFL screwed up because its rulebook is so large and complex that we're having an intense debate on referees failing to correctly apply a rule nobody besides rules experts even knew existed until rules experts told us it was broken.Why the NFL won't review all plays -- including batted ballsESPN (blog)Bell: Nothing hurts NFL more than 'integrity of game' being questionedUSA TODAYNFL: Lions should have kept the ball despite fumbleDetroit Free PressWashington Post -NFL.comall 1,745 news articles »

  • For The WinDetroit is 0-4 thanks to the NFL's ridiculous replay policyFor The WinIt's one of the NFL's most arbitrary and absurd practices behind everything else that is arbitrary and absurd about the NFL (the domestic violence policy, Deflategate, fining Von Miller $11k for his sack dance, etc.,). How can everyone see a replay ...and more »

  • What we learned: Seahawks get controversial winNFL.comThe postgame fallout brought controversy, as NFL vice president of officiating Dean Blandino confirmed that Seahawks linebacker K.J. Wright should have been penalized for batting the ball out of the back of the end zone following Johnson's fumble.and more »

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