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  • Upset is a bolt from the blue for Philip Rivers, Chargers

    Upset is a bolt from the blue for Philip Rivers, Chargers
    Philip Rivers hadn't even reached the airport after Sunday's game in Kansas City, and already his spirits had climbed to 35,000 feet. The San Diego quarterback said he was calling from the team bus, although it sounded closer to cloud nine. "This is one...
  • Blitz Peyton Manning? Good luck with that

    Blitz Peyton Manning? Good luck with that
    Getting an edge on Peyton Manning in three easy steps: 1. Draw up a comprehensive list of blitzes and pressure packages. 2. Put those on a card and laminate it. 3. Feed that play sheet into the shredder. If there are blitzes that work against...
  • NFL teams are passing over the running back

     NFL teams are passing over the running back
    Quarterbacks are putting up gargantuan numbers. Yardage totals are rolling up like pennies on a gas pump. Defenses are scrambling to patch holes. And power running backs are all but forgotten. What used to be a cornerstone to building a strong...
  • Second-tier NFL teams are in the background but still in the picture

    Second-tier NFL teams are in the background but still in the picture
    They are the darlings of the NFL — Seattle, Denver, Kansas City, New Orleans, San Francisco — but it isn't always the November darlings that wind up lifting the Lombardi Trophy in February. Last season, for instance, the eventual-champion...
  • Peyton Manning is starting to get comfortable in a new city

    Peyton Manning is starting to get comfortable in a new city
    New city, new team, same Peyton Manning. That's how the Denver Broncos quarterback looked in Week 4, at least, carving up the Oakland Raiders by completing 30 of 38 passes for 338 yards with three touchdowns. "He's getting more comfortable," Coach...
  • Broncos bring nasty attitude at altitude, stifle Chiefs

    Broncos bring nasty attitude at altitude, stifle Chiefs
    Eleven weeks of NFL Sundays are in the books, and this much is undeniable: Nobody's perfect. The Denver Broncos knocked the NFL's last remaining undefeated team off its perch Sunday night, beating the visiting Kansas City Chiefs, 27-17, to claim a...
  • Around the NFL, lost causes and found objects

    Around the NFL, lost causes and found objects
    Who says Tom Brady isn't a great scrambler? The Patriots quarterback was scrambling all over the New England sideline Sunday in Buffalo, frantically searching for his missing helmet before his team's first possession of the third quarter. He couldn't...
  • NFL scouting combine is full of intriguing plot points

    NFL scouting combine is full of intriguing plot points
    INDIANAPOLIS — There will be intrigue, just as there is every year with the NFL scouting combine, as the nation's top college football prospects look to turn the heads of their future employers with size, speed and strength. But this year's...
  • Andrew Luck steals Peyton Manning's show in Colts' win

    Andrew Luck steals Peyton Manning's show in Colts' win
    He was the afterthought, the other guy, the quarterback who wasn't Peyton Manning. But Sunday night, Andrew Luck was the man. Luck threw for three touchdowns and ran for a fourth to lead Indianapolis to a 39-33 victory over Denver, spoiling Manning'...
  • Call it a 'Mission Bay Miracle' as Chargers reach playoffs

    Call it a 'Mission Bay Miracle' as Chargers reach playoffs
    Welcome to Stunned Diego. Not even the most optimistic of Chargers could have realistically predicted what unfolded Sunday, the final day of the NFL regular season, when left-for-dead San Diego somehow found its way into the playoffs. A month ago, the...
  • NFL playoffs: It's a 24-hour party for the Paganos — Chuck, John and Sam

    NFL playoffs: It's a 24-hour party for the Paganos — Chuck, John and Sam
    Indianapolis and San Diego are moving on in the NFL playoffs. And Sam Pagano is still catching his breath. His older son, Chuck, is coach of the Colts, who erased a 28-point second-half deficit Saturday to stun Kansas City. Sam's younger son, John,...