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Matt Nagy, the Problem Might Be You

Plus, Jason recaps the Bulls’ media day

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Justin Tucker’s Record-Breaking Field Goal Was a Thing of Destiny

The Ravens kicker booted a 66-yard, walk-off field goal to further cement himself as the greatest kicker in NFL history

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Week 3 Preview: NFC Title Contenders Square Off, Herbert vs. Mahomes, and the Rest of the Week 3 Slate

Benjamin, Kaelen, and Steven start by discussing an important matchup in the NFC between the Buccaneers and the Rams

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Matt Canada Hasn’t Rejuvenated Ben Roethlisberger

The Steelers hired a new offensive coordinator this offseason, seemingly intent on getting their future Hall of Famer back to something resembling his peak. But so far, the Steelers offense is picking up right where it left off in 2020.

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How to Bet the Marquee Games of the Weekend

Warren and Ben also look at which winners and losers from last week could change their fates and give a quick ‘TNF’ preview

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Can the Raiders Field a Playoff-Caliber Defense?

Or will their recent performances prove to be just another early-season mirage? Las Vegas is 2-0 and looks legit—it just has to sustain its success this time.

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Ranking Every Interception From a Sloppy NFL Morning

The first slate featured a whopping 21 interceptions, ranging from mundane to iconic. But which one was the funniest?

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Week 2 Preview: Ravens-Chiefs, Bills Bounce-back Game, and the Rest of the Week 2 Slate

All that, plus one reason to watch every other game

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Have the Seahawks Found the Answers on Offense?

Russell Wilson and new offensive coordinator Shane Waldron produced fireworks in Week 1. But it won’t always be that easy—and how Wilson’s style fits into a Rams-inspired scheme will be one of this NFL season’s most intriguing story lines.

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Finding Value in Week 1 Overreactions and Which Teams to Avoid Betting On

Warren and Ben also talk about the troubling early-down struggles of the Chargers, whether betting against the Falcons is a good idea, and get into whether or not Buffalo should be concerned