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Why Does the NFL Keep Sending Trash Games to London?

Sunday brings the 30th NFL game played in London. Those games, on average, have been absolutely dreadful. Just how bad has it been? Let’s break it down.

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This Is Who Jon Gruden Always Was

Gruden is out as the Las Vegas head coach after a report detailed his history of making racist, sexist, and homophobic comments. But the questions about his emails don’t end there—for both the Raiders and the league as a whole.

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The Winners and Losers of NFL Week 5

The Packers and Bengals took field goal kicking back to the Stone Age, the Chargers fell into a game-winning touchdown, and the Chiefs showed major cracks against the Bills

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The Red River Rivalry, in the Eye of the Storm

Texas and Oklahoma stunned the college football world by announcing their move to the SEC. As the schools prepare to face off on Saturday, it’s worth exploring what their realignment will change—and what’s changing around it.

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The MVP of the AL Wild-Card Game Was a Giant Wall

Boston eliminated the Yankees from the playoffs on Tuesday night. That’s thanks to an absurdly tall green surface.

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The Winners and Losers of NFL Week 4

Tom Brady vs. Bill Belichick was Adele-worthy. Plus: The New York football teams share a rare day of winning, Drew Brees loses his passing record, and Ben Roethlisberger doesn’t know how fourth down works.

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What the Last 20 Years Teach Us About How Rookie QB Seasons Predict Future Success

The biggest question in football is how to best develop young quarterbacks. Can a comprehensive look back on how QBs were handled as rookies help provide an answer?

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The Winners and Losers of NFL Week 3

Justin Tucker’s record-breaking 66-yard field goal confirmed him as the GOAT kicker. Plus: The 49ers left too much time for Aaron Rodgers.

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The Gronkaissance Is Happening. But It’s Not What You Think.

Rob Gronkowski helped redefine how tight ends are used. He’s putting up vintage numbers by taking the position back to its roots.

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The Winners and Losers of NFL Week 2

Lamar Jackson and the Ravens finally slayed the Chiefs thanks to a gutsy—but for Baltimore, routine—fourth-down call. Plus: Zach Wilson’s interception woes, a confusing Julio Jones non-touchdown, and the joy of Gus Johnson’s return to the NFL.