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Topic - Bruce Arians
It's been a rough couple of weeks for NFL officials.
Here they come: the Panthers, Cardinals and Steelers.
This latest version of Brady vs. Manning was a rout.
What a juicy matchup the NFL scheduled for Thursday night, a showdown for the lead in the NFC South and maybe for the best record in the conference.
Here's one way to ease your stress as fantasy football hits its crunch time: Focus only on the decisions you can control.
Perfect as coach Andy Reid's Kansas City Chiefs have been _ well, record-wise, anyway, at 9-0 _ they are well aware that the offense has been mediocre and the schedule has been forgiving.
The big-play guys among NFL rookies this year are getting themselves noticed more on defense than offense. How odd, considering the way the league is so skewed toward piling up points.
Fox was hoping to put off his operation until the offseason but after meeting with his cardiologist in North Carolina late last week, he began feeling dizzy while playing golf near his offseason home in Charlotte on Saturday and was hospitalized.
One of John Fox's favorite sayings is "Next man up."
With much to celebrate and lament, here's a look at the NFL halfway through the 2013 season.
Defensive ends Calais Campbell of Arizona and Chris Clemons of Seattle were active for Thursday night's game.
The "Honey Badger" is about to get his first NFL start.
Patrick Peterson is catching passes, throwing some and running with the ball during training camp.
The Arizona Cardinals have reached a contract agreement with first-round draft pick Jonathan Cooper.
Indianapolis coach Chuck Pagano has won the George Halas Award from the Professional Football Writers Association for overcoming adversity.
"That's pretty high," he says. "I think that's considered a problem."
Cardinals coach Arians mentions "obviously very, very many problems" with the officiating in a 24-21 loss at Philadelphia and says he sent "about 15 plays" to the NFL for review by Dean Blandino, vice president of officiating.