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  • Packers confident QB Aaron Rodgers won't miss time

    Packers confident QB Aaron Rodgers won't miss time
    GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Though saying a bye comes at the right time is a well-circulated phrase among all NFL teams, Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy was paying more than just lip service Monday by agreeing with the saw. "We're 5-3, and we have time...
  • Hyde5: Five questions for Dolphins vs. Bears

    Hyde5: Five questions for Dolphins vs. Bears
    1. Which quarterback shows up? Neither team has found a consistent level of quarterback play this season. Chicago has lost to Buffalo and Green Bay (by 21 points) at home. It beat Atlanta by two touchdowns on the road last week. Sounds a bit like the...
  • Bears-Packers not a rivalry anymore

    Bears-Packers not a rivalry anymore
    It would be fair to say "Bear down" has turned into "lay down" when it comes to games against thePackers. The Monsters of the Midway haven't lived up to the nickname recently when they play Green Bay. It's OK to admit you switched over "The Walking...
  • Brad Biggs' NFL power rankings

    Last week in parentheses. 1. Broncos 6-1 (1): Looked strong against AFC West-rival Chargers and now prepare for latest Peyton Manning-Tom Brady installment. 2. Patriots 6-2 (5): Development of WR Brandon LaFell makes Brady much more dangerous with big...
  • Kelly: Miami Dolphins searching for an identity that fits

    Kelly: Miami Dolphins searching for an identity that fits
    It has become incredibly difficult to get anywhere without an identity in today's world, and the NFL is no exception. Think of the NFL as the TSA line at your local airport. Without identification — something to clarify exactly who you are —...
  • Dolphins cornerbacks facing tall task vs. Bears receivers

    Dolphins cornerbacks facing tall task vs. Bears receivers
    The Dolphins have short cornerbacks. Brent Grimes, the Pro Bowl selection who plays the left side, is 5-foot-10. So is veteran Cortland Finnegan, who plays on the right side. The Chicago Bears have tall wide receivers. Brandon Marshall is 6-foot-4....
  • A different perspective on the Dolphins' rough November schedule

    A different perspective on the Dolphins' rough November schedule
    Dolphins guard Daryn Colledge, who is smarter than your average pro athlete, has an interesting way of looking at his team's pivotal four-game November schedule. Start with Sunday's home game against San Diego (5-3). Then the Dolphins (4-3) visit...
  • Suffering Bears fans, meet suffering Dolphins fans

    Suffering Bears fans, meet suffering Dolphins fans
    There aren't many reasons for Bears fans to dislike the Miami Dolphins. Sure, they did ruin the Bears' quest to be undefeated in 1985, but that was almost 30 years ago. In fact, the teams have shared a lot more common ground the past few decades than...
  • NFL's second half brings new questions

    NFL's second half brings new questions
    Remember back a couple of months, just before the start of the NFL season, that much of the talk was about rookies Johnny Manziel, Jadeveon Clowney and Michael Sam? Now, Manziel's holding a clipboard in Cleveland; Clowney has had injury problems and...
  • The first thing the Bears must do to beat the Dolphins

    The first thing the Bears must do to beat the Dolphins
    You start with a quarterback who remains unreliable from one week to the next, one half to the next, one pass to the next. Then you add an offensive-minded head coach who exhibits curious clock management and seems to have little consistent effect on...
  • Kelly: Miami has sights on playoffs, with defense setting tone

    Kelly: Miami has sights on playoffs, with defense setting tone
    Anyone who thinks NFL players are oblivious to the stakes of November games is underestimating their intelligence and foresight. Proof of this was the discovery that the Miami Dolphins players walked along the sidelines of Sunday's Dolphins-Chargers...