• A Packers RB Finally Had A 100-Yard Day

    Summary of 17 articles · Updated Sep 16, 2013
    What Kelly acknowledged at his Monday morning press conference was that the Eagles had the option of calling a timeout to give Vick a moment to recover and then keeping him on the field, instead of putting Folk on the field for a play.
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    • Deadspin Up All Night: Come See What I've Built

      Thank you for your continued support of Deadspin. Stick around for a beauty of a SNF in 49ers-Seahawks.Read more...
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    • Todd Helton announces his retirement: The 40-year-old first baseman will stop playing at the end of

      Todd Helton announces his retirement: The 40-year-old first baseman will stop playing at the end of 2013. Helton played all 17 seasons of his career with the Colorado Rockies. [Denver Post]Read more...
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    • Emotional E.J. Manuel Leads A Game-Winning Drive In Buffalo

      Not the prettiest of games for the Bills rookie, but E.J. Manuel did lead an 80-yard drive in 1:36, capped off by this pass to an inexplicably open Stevie Johnson. Manuel shed tears as he celebrated with his father.Read more...
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  • Eagles Notes: Kelly admits mistake in failure to call timeout

    Chip Kelly admitted Monday that he was wrong after Sunday's 33-30 loss to San Diego when he said he couldn't call a timeout to reinsert Michael Vick late in the fourth quarter. The officials made the Eagles quarterback come out for one play after he was…
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    • When Vick was shaken up, Kelly didn’t know NFL injury rules

      Eagles coach Chip Kelly admitted today that he didn’t know the NFL’s rules about taking an injury timeout when quarterback Michael Vick was briefly shaken up late in the game. After taking a shot from Chargers defensive end Jarius Wynn, Vick went down a…
  • Chip Kelly Doesn't Quite Know All The NFL Rules Yet

    The Eagles' college-to-pro coach admitted he was unclear on the NFL injury rules when he unnecessarily kept Michael Vick out of a crucial late-game situation yesterday. It's a learning process.Read more...
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  • There's A New Contender For The Worst Mistake On A Kickoff Return

    Less than a week after the Titans' Darius Reynaud started the NFL season with a safety on an opening kickoff, Marshall's Steward Butler gave us an even more derp-tuoso performance during a college game Saturday night.Read more...
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  • Did Ray Rice Spit At Phil Taylor?

    After the second play of the Browns-Ravens game, Cleveland tackle Phil Taylor earned a flag for slapping Ray Rice's helmet. Taylor insinuated that he was retaliating for something Rice had done.Read more...
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  • The Tampa Bay Buccaneers Are A Sad Mess Right Now

    Be thankful you aren't a Buccaneers fan. It's one thing for an 8-8ish team to bumble around and lose in the sloppy first few weeks of fall. It's another for that team to look like a 10-win team for 59 minutes and a two-win team for one. Of all the ways …
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  • Jaguars Fans Will Hold A "Sign Tim Tebow" Rally At 3:16 P.M.

    The group's slogan captures all the passion and purpose of Jaguars football: "Why not?" Why not, indeed.Read more...
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  • Colin Kaeperpicks: Week 2 Sunday Night GIF Roundup

    Seahawks 29, 49ers 3: It was a long night for the 49ers, and that's not counting the hourlong weather delay. Seattle's defense and Marshawn Lynch provided most of the points, while Colin Kaepernick was tormented and flushed out constantly. The noisy Sea…
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  • The NFL's latest crackdown is on cuss words: Officials plan to pay extra attention to on-field verba

    The NFL's latest crackdown is on cuss words: Officials plan to pay extra attention to on-field verbal abuse, and have already thrown penalty flags for profanity. [ESPN.com]Read more...
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  • FBI Informants: 1981-82 Knicks Shaved Points For Drug Dealer

    Three members of the 1981-82 Knicks reportedly fixed games as a favor to their drug dealer, according to FBI documents.Read more...
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  • The Redskins Are Getting Mollywhopped Again

    If not for a bizarre James Jones fumble directly into the pylon, the Redskins could be down even more than the 24-0 halftime score. As it is, so far this season Washington has been outscored 50-7 and given up 695 yards in the first half. For the second …
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  • Which TV Market's Getting Screwed Today? Your Week 2 NFL Viewing Maps

    A guide to the best and worst of the NFL slate (and to which fans are stuck with the most of worst). Maps via 506sports.com.Read more...
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A Packers RB Finally Had A 100-Yard Day
Eagles Notes:  Kelly admits mistake in failure to call timeout
Chip Kelly Doesn't Quite Know All The NFL Rules Yet
When Vick was shaken up, Kelly didn’t know NFL injury rules
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers Are A Sad Mess Right Now
Jaguars Fans Will Hold A "Sign Tim Tebow" Rally At 3:16 P.M.
Colin Kaeperpicks: Week 2 Sunday Night GIF Roundup
The NFL's latest crackdown is on cuss words: Officials plan to …
You Got Your Wrestling In My Football: Week 2 Early Games Round…
Emotional E.J. Manuel Leads A Game-Winning Drive In Buffalo
FBI Informants: 1981-82 Knicks Shaved Points For Drug Dealer
The Redskins Are Getting Mollywhopped Again
Which TV Market's Getting Screwed Today? Your Week 2 NFL Viewin…