Blackout rules keep taxpayers from seeing games in stadiums they fund - Gregg Doyel
A year to the day after taking $226 million in taxes from the people who support the Buffalo Bills -- and even from people who don't -- the NFL screwed most Bills fans Sunday out of the team's first shutout at Ralph Wilson Stadium in seven years. How did the NFL do that? By blacking out the game.
Audibles at the Line: Week 16 - Rives McCown & Ben Jones
Tom Gower: SD TD to make it 17-10 was slant/flat, natural pick action. OPI Q is whether Royal's route was intentional DB block. Marginal IMO.
2014 NFL mock draft: Bowl season is upon us - Dan Kadar
There's always a chicken and egg theory with defenses. Does a good pass rush help an average coverage group, or the other way around? It's clear the Chargers need help at cornerback and up front. Someone like Dennard would get on the field more than a front-three player. Dennard is a physical cornerback who would match up well with Denver's wide receivers.
Five Lessons from the Raiders Game - Ricky Henne
While others may have written the San Diego Chargers off, the team never lost faith in itself and is playing its best football of the season. All three phases are contributing to victories as the Bolts have now won three in a row and four of the last five.