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Drew Brees: Did His MVP Hopes Take A Hit With Loss To Cowboys?

When the 2018 NFL season comes to a close there are only two names that have a legitimate shot at the MVP award. Both are quarterbacks, Patrick Mahomes of the Kansas City Chiefs and Drew Brees of the New Orleans Saints. The Saints have dominated offensively of late and that put Brees at the forefront. This included a 51-14 win over the Cincinnati Bengals and a 48-7 win over the
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NFL Draft Grades: Kansas City Chiefs – The Future Looks Bright

Coming into the 2017 NFL Draft, many consider the Kansas City Chiefs the team to beat in the AFC West. After all, they are the reigning division champions. However, if not for an injury to Oakland Raiders star QB, Derek Carr, we would be talking about them as the champions. Nevertheless, the Chiefs are a team worthy of high praise. Looking at their 2017 draft, they could also take on
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Pittsburgh Steelers vs Kansas City Chiefs – Prediction

This game is going to be entertaining with an excellent matchup between the Pittsburg Steelers offense and Chiefs defense. This weekend is going to be jam-packed with outstanding football! Every game has experts going back and forth on who they think will advance to the conference championships, except the Texans and Patriots. Here we are going to look at the Pittsburgh Steelers versus the Kansas City Chiefs. The story that
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NFL: The Four Best Teams That Won’t Make The Postseason

The NFL is all about winning, but it’s not a meritocracy. Remember when the Carolina Panthers made the 2014 postseason with a losing record? That was pretty amusing for some fans, but not to anyone cheering for the Bills, Texans, Chiefs, Chargers, or Eagles – all teams with winning records who ended up on the outside looking in. The fact is, having a good season doesn’t guarantee a team a
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NFL: Can Terrelle Pryor Adapt To Being A Wide Receiver For The Browns?

CLEVELAND -- Just when things could not possibly be any more interesting for the Browns, the team made their biggest surprise signing yet. The Browns signed former Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor. What is even more shocking is despite the call by fans and the media, the Browns signed Pryor as a wide receiver. The Browns certainly needed to add depth at the receiver position, but it would have been
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2015 NFL Draft: INSCMagazine’s First-Round Winners and Losers

CHICAGO – With the first round of the 2015 NFL Draft, many teams that came into the first round with various needs addressed key areas, while other’s either reached or made questionable picks in the first round. With further ado, here are the INSCMagazine’s 2015 NFL Draft first round winners and losers. Winners: Cleveland Browns: Not to give away my own personal bias or sound like a homer, but I
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2015 NFL Free Agency: Could WR Dwayne Bowe Be A Browns Possible Target?

CLEVELAND – Thanks to the signing of former Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Jeremy Maclin by the Kansas City Chiefs, could Dwayne Bowe be a possible target for the Cleveland Browns? Bowe, who was second on the Chiefs in receiving last year with 754 yards—behind tight end Travis Kelce, was cut by Kansas City due to his pending salary cap hit of $14 million, and declining production in order to make
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TheInscriberMag NFL Power Rankings Week Three: Bengals Roar Their Way To Top Spot

With week three of the NFL in the books, here are the inaugural InscriberMag’s NFL Power Rankings.   1. Cincinnati Bengals (3-0): Thanks to a 33-7 thrashing of the Tennessee Titans, the Bengals solidified their spot as top cat. Capable game-managing quarterback in Andy Dalton, dynamic offense in A.J. Green, Giovanni Bernard, Mohamed Sanu and a fierce pass rush. Cincinnati is clicking on all cylinders. 2. Philadelphia Eagles (3-0): With
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Kansas City Chiefs: Jamaal Charles Agrees to 2-Year $18.1 Million Extension, Avoids Holdout

[caption id="attachment_28401" align="aligncenter" width="500"] (January 3, 2014 - Source: Andy Lyons/Getty Images North America)[/caption] With training camp set to open, the Kansas City Chiefs agreed to a two-year, $18.1 million extension with running back, Jamaal Charles. According to media reports, the new deal, will pay the former Texas running back $5.1 million over the next two seasons. Before the extension, Charles was set to make $3.9 million, per sources, including
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NFL: Could Cleveland Browns sign cornerback Brandon Flowers?

[caption id="attachment_27555" align="aligncenter" width="400"] Brandon Flowers (David Eulitt/The Kansas City Star)[/caption] CLEVELAND-The Cleveland Browns already look to have one of the league's top secondary units. Which quarterback wants to throw deep passes against Joe Haden, Donte Whitner, Buster Skrine and Justin Gilbert. Quarterbacks are paid big money to torch every secondary even ones built to shut down the deep passing game. [caption id="attachment_27557" align="aligncenter" width="266"] Joe Haden (November 16, 2013 - Source: John