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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 3 in Review

Chiefs 31, 49ers 10
CHRIS PUMMER:
A friend and 49ers fan recently shared with me his opinion that Mike Singletary’s strength as a coach is his ability to raise the emotional level of his players, but that a team could…

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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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Chris Johnson: 2,000 Yards

JASON CLINKSCALES: Chris Johnson is the best player in the NFL today. Now, whether you believe this to be true or not depends on which teams the national media shoves down your throat any given Sunday. What you should believe to be absolute truth is that at season’s end, the country should have watched history happen before our eyes.

Six men have reached the seemingly unreachable, yet unfairly, Johnson received the least attention for it.

CHRIS PUMMER: Jason is right, Chris Johnson should be getting more attention for being just the sixth player to ever reach the 2,000 yard plateau. But he’s not, and I blame Jamal Lewis. Continue reading

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