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Players oppose possible elimination of kickoffs
CNNSI.com Updated Jan 10, 2013
DENVER (AP) The eight teams left in the NFL playoffs can thank their special teams for a good part of their success. That's one reason players are still upset Commissioner Roger Goodell has floated the idea of abolishing kickoffs altogether.Share Tweet
The Patriots might be the healthiest they have been all season.patriotsgab.com Jan 10, 2013It seems finally New England will be healthy and it couldn’t be at a better time. The Patriots have been a banged up team all season long with multiple injuries to several players. Aaron Hernandez was injured on a play in the Arizona Cardinals game andShare TweetESPN.com Jan 10, 2013The New England Patriots' offensive line has played well this year. But they know a big challenge is ahead Sunday when they face the defensive line of the Houston Texans, led by Pro Bowl defensive end J.J. Watt. J.J. Watt #99 DEHouston Texans 2012 STATS…Share Tweet
Brady, Belichick, Peyton can set NFL playoff recordsIf this weekend’s games go as expected, the AFC’s Super Bowl team will be quarterbacked by either Peyton Manning or Tom Brady for the eighth time in the last 12 years. So it’s no surprise that in addition to trying to get back to the Super Bowl withShare TweetESPN.com Jan 10, 2013The Patriots seemingly snickered after they blew out Houston on "Monday Night Football" back on Dec. 10. The Texans arrived in New England wearing letterman jackets that they thought showed team unity but which came off as high schoolish, part…Share TweetBringing Mike Pettine in as defensive coordinator means the Bills will likely be bringing more pressure. There are open concerns that TE Michael Egnew won’t (or shouldn’t) make the Dolphins roster next year, a year after being taken in the third roundShare Tweetyahoo.com Jan 10, 2013Former San Diego Chargers, Miami Dolphins and New England Patriots linebacker Junior Seau, who blazed a Hall of Fame trail through 20 NFL seasons from 1990 through 2009, committed suicide in May 2012. It was a surprise to everybody, and we may now know …Share TweetAs intimidating a foe as the Seahawks might be, the Falcons’ biggest challenge this week will be playing against their own history. They’ve rolled up big win totals in the regular season (56 the last five seasons, only the Patriots with 60 have more),Share Tweet
A second chanceJan 10Marc Vandermeer of the Texans Radio Network joins "Around the League" to discuss what the Texans must do to get out of Foxborough with a win after being routed by New England 42-14 last month.
Health of the Game: Andrea Kremer discusses Junior Seau's deathJan 10What was the reaction to the results of Junior Seau's pathology report? Andrea Kremer discusses what one doctor is saying about Seau's death.
Defending the Top QuarterbacksJan 10The four top quarterbacks on Ron Jaworski's big board are playing this weekend, and he has some advice for the defenses trying to stop them.
Can Texans disrupt Patriots offense?Jan 10Do the Houston Texans have any shot of slowing down Tom Brady and the New England Patriots' offense? Shalise Manza Young of The Boston Globe and Jamie Dukes weigh in.