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Colts lose two defensive linemen for the season

Colts lose two defensive linemen for the season

profootballtalk.com Updated Nov 27, 2012
The Colts are going to be in the market for some help on the defensive line over the final five weeks of the season. Coach Bruce Arians said that the knee injury suffered by defensive lineman Fili Moala in Sunday’s win over the Bills will end his season
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  • Calais Campbell, Todd Heap closing in on return for Cards

    Calais Campbell, Todd Heap closing in on return for Cards

    profootballtalk.com Nov 27, 2012
    The Arizona Cardinals could see the return of defensive end Calais Campbell and tight end Todd Heap this Sunday as the team tries to end a seven game losing streak against the New York Jets. Campbell has missed the last two games for the Cardinals with …
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  • Brandon Moore would like it if you wouldn’t talk about the Jets…

    Brandon Moore would like it if you wouldn’t talk about the Jets’ butt-fumble anymore

    yahoo.com Nov 27, 2012
    The "butt-fumble" is now fourth in the New York Jets' 2012 lexicon, right behind "Tebow," "Fireman Ed," and whatever goofy thing Rex Ryan is saying these days. Mark Sanchez's fumble in the New England Patriots' 49-19 Thanks…
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  • Blogger Blitz: AFC East hot seat

    Blogger Blitz: AFC East hot seat

    ESPN.com Nov 27, 2012
    AFC East blogger James Walker talks about the future of Rex Ryan and Chan Gailey.
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  • Dolphins’ top fan rips Fireman Ed: “You’re a disgrace, man”

    Dolphins’ top fan rips Fireman Ed: “You’re a disgrace, man”

    Fireman Ed stepping aside as the Jets’ most visible fan has not gone unnoticed by one of his AFC East rivals. The Dolphins superfan who goes by the name Big Papa Pump told 790 The Ticket in Miami that he’d never quit on his team, and doesn’t respect
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  • Here's An Angry Mob Of Jets Fans Mercilessly Heckling The Team

    Here's An Angry Mob Of Jets Fans Mercilessly Heckling The Team

    deadspin.com Nov 27, 2012
    This video was apparently taken at halftime of the Jets' Thanksgiving Day massacre, suffered at the hands of the Patriots. It's just 46 seconds of angry Jets fans expressing their pure, unadulterated hatred for every player on the team except Tim Tebow.…
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  • Five teams can clinch this weekend

    Five teams can clinch this weekend

    profootballtalk.com Nov 27, 2012
    Week 13 of the NFL season could be lucky for up to five teams. In the coming days, the Texans, Ravens, Patriots, Broncos, and Falcons can each clinch playoff berths. For the Pats, it’s simple:  Win and they’re in, via the AFC East crown. For the Texa
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  • Don Banks: Opinions still split on Kaepernick move, but history…

    Don Banks: Opinions still split on Kaepernick move, but history backs Harbaugh

    CNNSI.com Nov 27, 2012
    Did the 49ers' QB change damage their Super Bowl hopes? Hardly, history says. Not only has such a move been done before, but it's been done with success. Don Banks explains.
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  • NFL: Week 12 knee-jerk reactions

    NFL: Week 12 knee-jerk reactions

    ESPN.com Nov 27, 2012
    You’ve heard the chatter by the sports pundits and on the talk shows. Heck, you might even have heard it here. So, are the knee-jerk reactions about your team based in reality? Our NFL bloggers weigh in.
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  • Joe McKnight tries wide receiver on for size

    Joe McKnight tries wide receiver on for size

    profootballtalk.com Nov 27, 2012
    If Joe McKnight got a separate paycheck for every position he’s played for the Jets this season, he’d be a good bit wealthier than he is right now. McKnight started the year as a running back and kick returner for the Jets before making a brief switch
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  • Sanchez-Fitzpatrick-Tannehill Watch

    Sanchez-Fitzpatrick-Tannehill Watch

    ESPN.com Nov 27, 2012
    The race for the No. 2 quarterback in the AFC East is getting down to the final stages. Here is another edition of the "Sanchez-Fitzpatrick-Tannehill Watch" for Week 12: Mark Sanchez, New York Jets Result: L, 49-19 against New England Stats: 2…
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  • Days after NY Jets Thanksgiving massacre, Mark Sanchez running …

    Days after NY Jets Thanksgiving massacre, Mark Sanchez running into Brandon Moore's behind still being joked about

    nydailynews.com Nov 27, 2012
    It’s worth wondering if any of the Jets’ corporate sponsors still want to be associated with the team. As things stand now, only companies selling clown noses and whoopee cushions would benefit from an alliance with Woody Johnson’s crew.
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  • Video - Drive of the Week: Tannehill leads 'Phins comeback 03:08

    Drive of the Week: Tannehill leads 'Phins comeback

    Nov 27
    Dolphins rookie QB Ryan Tannehill leads Miami on a game-winning drive late in the fourth quarter vs. Seattle. Brian Baldinger breaks down his best throws.
  • Video - Blogger Blitz: AFC East Hot Seat 01:07

    Blogger Blitz: AFC East Hot Seat

    Nov 27
    AFC East blogger James Walker talks about the future of Rex Ryan and Chan Gailey.

Sports Columnists

  • Kerry J. Byrne: Steelers coughed up a gift in Week 12, but Browns almost b…

    Nov 27
    The Dawg Pound barked with joy when the Cleveland Browns upended the hated Pittsburgh Steelers 20-14 on Sunday.
  • Peter King: From Bowles blowing it to Chip's chances, coach talk heats up;…

    Nov 27
    Clearing out the NFL notebook entering Week 13:
  • Don Banks: Opinions still split on Kaepernick move, but history backs Harb…

    Nov 27
    Even when it feels like something entirely new has come along in the NFL -- like the head coach of a leading Super Bowl contender making a late-season starting quarterback change -- it's usually not all that novel. Not entirely.
  • Jim Trotter: Awards Watch: Week 12

    Nov 27
    The pulse of the NFL season changes weekly. Every Tuesday, SI.com will break down the front-runners for the major NFL awards.