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Tonight’s Turning Point is must-see TV

Tonight’s Turning Point is must-see TV

profootballtalk.com Updated Oct 10, 2012
Every week, one of the best NFL Films offerings airs exclusively on NBC Sports Network.  And you won’t want to miss tonight’s episode of NFL Turning Point. The ultimate turning point came in Indy, where the Colts reversed an 18-point halftime deficit
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  • Packers/Colts Review: Rut Roh Raggy

    Packers/Colts Review: Rut Roh Raggy

    packersgab.com Oct 10, 2012
    My apologies I haven’t written for a couple of weeks, I was crazy sick and really couldn’t write a complete sentence to save my life. I would get to “I think…”, and then my brain would cramp and stop working. Now I know how Jessica Simpson feels
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  • Packers RB Benson on IR, could still return

    Packers RB Benson on IR, could still return

    Packers running back Cedric Benson was placed on injured reserve Wednesday, but designated to return.
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  • Nick Perry fined $15k for borderline shot on Andrew Luck

    Nick Perry fined $15k for borderline shot on Andrew Luck

    profootballtalk.com Oct 10, 2012
    Packers rookie outside linebacker Nick Perry expected a fine, but not a $15,000 fine. Perry got the huge sanction for last week’s hit on Colts quarterback Andrew Luck,  for what appeared to be a facemask-to-shoulder pad shot at the end of a clean run.
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  • Packers player says “refs are out to get us”

    Packers player says “refs are out to get us”

    profootballtalk.com Oct 10, 2012
    Buried at the very bottom of an article regarding the problem with yellow flags that’s plaguing a team whose fans wear large yellow foam hats is a contention that borders on the outlandish. “It’s definitely on us as players,” an unnamed Packer tol
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  • Aaron Rodgers isn’t living up to last year, and he knows it

    Aaron Rodgers isn’t living up to last year, and he knows it

    yahoo.com Oct 10, 2012
    In 2011, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers enjoyed one of the best single seasons in NFL history. He completed 343 passes in 502 attempts for a 68.3 completion rate, 4,643 yards, 45 touchdowns, and just six interceptions. The Packers were boun…
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  • Video - Blogger Blitz: NFC North QB Rankings 01:33

    Blogger Blitz: NFC North QB Rankings

    Oct 10
    NFC North blogger Kevin Seifert is not quite ready to name Christian Ponder the top quarterback in the division
  • Video - Rodgers Disappointed With His Performance 02:32

    Rodgers Disappointed With His Performance

    Oct 10
    NFC North blogger Kevin Seifert discusses Aaron Rodgers comments about his performance this season.
  • Video - Inside the Huddle: QBs and their Receivers 01:28

    Inside the Huddle: QBs and their Receivers

    Oct 10
    John Clayton breaks down the strengths of Tony Gonzalez, Percy Harvin's unique skill, Andrew Luck's new no huddle offense, and Aaron Rodgers' falling yards-per-attempt average.
  • Video - Countdown Daily AccuScore: GB-HOU 01:13

    Countdown Daily AccuScore: GB-HOU

    Oct 10
    Prim Siripipat goes inside the numbers for the Packers-Texans

Sports Columnists

  • Jim Trotter: No mistaking the player, but Rivers the person is misundersto…

    Oct 10
    The latest issue of Sports Illustrated -- available on iPad Oct. 10 and newsstands Oct. 11 -- features a story on Philip Rivers' quest for playoff success. Below, Jim Trotter looks at another side of Rivers.
  • Kerry J. Byrne: Inside the numbers: Week 5

    Oct 10
    Throw out any notion of a stoic "game-management" offense in San Francisco, pigskin peeps.
  • Jim Trotter: No mistaking the player, but Rivers the person is misundersto…

    Oct 10
    The latest issue of Sports Illustrated -- available on iPad Oct. 10 and newsstands Oct. 11 -- features a story on Philip Rivers' quest for playoff success. Below, Jim Trotter looks at another side of Rivers.
  • NFL - Early surprise teams might lack staying power

    Oct 10
    The Vikings and Cardinals have surprised early, but don't be surprised if they're eventually figured out, writes John Clayton