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Gary Kubiak Helped Shape the Modern NFL. Now, He’s Stepping Back Into It.

Kubiak and Mike Shanahan created the system that Matt LaFleur, Kyle Shanahan, and more coaches use today. And now the Vikings offensive coordinator is returning to show just how far it can go.

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Could 2020 Be the End of the Saints’ High-Wire Act?

For years, New Orleans has been drafting well and pulling off magical feats against the salary cap. But as Drew Brees ages and a cap decline looms, this may be the last year the team can pull it off.

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The Most Fun Fantasy Football Team Fake Money Can Buy, 2020 Edition

Why draft volume-dependent running backs or slot receivers with uninspiring outputs? This team is all about fun, and Patrick Mahomes, Nick Chubb, and Gronk are ready to deliver.

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Which Late-Round QB Is the Best Fantasy Football Value This Season?

From Carson Wentz to Aaron Rodgers to Tom Brady, some big-name quarterbacks seem likely to be available late in fantasy drafts. Let’s break down why that is—and which players in that group could help you win your league.

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The Jamal Adams Trade Resets the Jets’ Future—and Shows the Seahawks Are All in on the Present

Seattle sent New York two first-round picks in a deal to land the young superstar. It’s a lot to give up for someone who doesn’t play what is typically considered a premium position, but Adams isn’t a typical safety.

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Can Ryan Tannehill and the Titans Replicate Their Success in 2020?

Tennessee stunned the league last season with its miraculous run to the AFC Championship Game. This offseason, the team doubled down on the approach that got it there—but is it sustainable?

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The Ripple Effects of Patrick Mahomes’s Massive 10-Year Extension

The Chiefs QB is now locked in under the richest contract in sports history. But how will this deal affect short-term negotiations for Dak Prescott and Deshaun Watson—and the long-term market at the position?

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What Cam Newton Means for the Patriots’ Post-Brady Evolution

Bill Belichick is known for making adjustments to stay ahead of the curve, but Newton’s signing represents a marked shift that could overhaul New England’s offense completely

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How the 49ers’ Approach to Receivers Could Affect the Rest of the NFL

Before last season, Deebo Samuel was largely an afterthought. But after a breakout year in an offense tailored to his strengths, he’s become a point of fascination—and now other teams are trying to mimic his success.

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Can the Bears Find Their Way Out of No-Man’s-Land?

Chicago is in a precarious position: A best-case scenario season likely doesn’t end with a Super Bowl win, and a worst-case scenario season means another year of mediocrity. How will they get out of this rut?