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NFL Week 1 In Review

Packers 42, Saints 34
CHRIS PUMMER: The Packers opened the season where they left off, rolling past a very good opponent. Green Bay only narrowly made the playoffs last year and struggled at times, but that was after losing…

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NFL Week 16 in Review

CHRIS PUMMER: Disappointing teams have been cleaning house early this season. The 49ers got started by making Mike Singletary the fourth coach dismissed before the end of the regular season.

When the pink slips get handed out is less interesting…

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NFL Week 10 in Review

Falcons 26, Ravens 21
CHRIS PUMMER:
This battle of the birds was probably about what everyone expected from two good teams. The Falcons (7-2) add more ammunition for the argument that they are the best the NFC has to offer…

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NFL Week 4 In Review

Falcons 16, 49ers 14
CHRIS PUMMER:
That’s back-to-back ugly wins for the Falcons (3-1), but they’ll take it. Meanwhile San Francisco (0-4)  seems happy to take a top-5 draft pick.

JASON CLINKSCALES: I listened to this game via AudioPass and just…

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NFL Week 2 in Review

Falcons 41, Cardinals 7
CHRIS PUMMER:
Guess Matt Leinart wasn’t going to play any better than Derek Anderson.

ALEX PREWITT: Good that the Falcons got this out of their system after getting abused by the Steelers’ defense in Week 1.…

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NFL Free Agency So Far

JASON CLINKSCALES: Because the uncapped year has the NFL-loving public screaming “ARMAGGEDON!”, we figured that the free agency period would have added intrigue compared to normal. The truth is that some moves would have been made regardless of potential labor strife while others are being made with akin to the baseball waiver-wire (You want his contract? Give us something back).

It’s relatively business as usual.

CHRIS PUMMER: The uncapped year hasn’t really led to a free agent frenzy. Most teams are going about their business of shopping wisely for good free agent fits. And we’re getting a few bad contracts that are actually pretty typical every offseason, even when the salary cap is in place. Continue reading

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