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  • Greg Cote's Week 9 NFL picks

    Happy Halloween, all! I'm going trick-or-treating dressed up as a guy having a good season on his NFL picks. There's an echo in here as we delve into Week 9. Went 11-4 straight up and 9-6 against the spread for the second week in a row. No complaints....
  • Brady Lights Up Bears In Patriots' 51-23 Victory

    Brady Lights Up Bears In Patriots' 51-23 Victory
    FOXBOROUGH, Ma. -- Vince Wilfork offered a self-endorsement after his New England Patriots hammered the Chicago Bears 51-23 at Gillette Stadium on Sunday. "It's going to be hard to beat us if we continue to play the way we played today," the Patriots'...
  • Peyton Manning throws 3 TDs as Broncos top Chargers 35-21

    Peyton Manning throws 3 TDs as Broncos top Chargers 35-21
    DENVER -- Quarterback Peyton Manning threw for three touchdowns, all to wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders, and the Denver Broncos pulled away to beat the San Diego Chargers 35-21 Thursday night. Manning, who became the NFL's career leader in touchdown...
  • Fantasy Wild-Card Wednesday: It gets better (but only for some of you), plus a Marshall trade offer

    Fantasy Wild-Card Wednesday: It gets better (but only for some of you), plus a Marshall trade offer
    I like to think of Week 5 in the NFL as the Day of Reckoning. Of course, it’s not just a day, it’s three days --  Thursday, Sunday and Monday -- but Weekend of Reckoning sounds like a suburban dad’s garage band. So you can quibble with...
  • Kansas City's Alex Smith on losing side against his old team, 49ers

    Kansas City's Alex Smith is in elite company. And he's not happy about it. He's among five quarterbacks selected No. 1 overall in the last 25 years who lost when facing their former team for the first time. It happened to Drew Bledsoe when he played...
  • It's hardly the same old in the NFL anymore

    Before he even laces up his cleats, Baltimore receiver Steve Smith has achieved separation. So has San Diego tight end Antonio Gates. And Buffalo running back Fred Jackson. And Chargers linebacker Dwight Freeney. They are among the rarest of rare...
  • Rivers Leads Chargers To Rout Of Jets

    Rivers Leads Chargers To Rout Of Jets
    Philip Rivers passed for 288 yards and three touchdowns before being rested late, and the San Diego Chargers trounced an inept New York Jets squad 31-0 on Sunday afternoon.  Rivers completed 20 of 28 attempts and threw two first-half touchdown passes...
  • Vick replaces Smith at QB as Jets shut out by Chargers 31-0

    By Jay Paris, The Sports Xchange SAN DIEGO — Quarterback Philip Rivers threw three touchdown passes and the San Diego Chargers crushed the New York Jets, 31-0, on Sunday. Rivers completed 20 of 28 passes for 288 yards as he threw two touchdown...
  • Fantasy recap: Steve Smith Sr., other vets up to 'old' tricks

    Fantasy recap: Steve Smith Sr., other vets up to 'old' tricks
    Before Sunday's complete domination of his old team the Carolina Panthers, Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Steve Smith Sr. may have made mention once or twice or 47 times that he's 35 years old. His advanced age no doubt factored into the Panthers'...
  • Earl Thomas may be key to Seahawks' success against Broncos

    While everyone else thinks of Sunday's Denver-Seattle game as a Super Bowl rematch, Seahawks safety Earl Thomas considers it more of a personal reboot after last week's 30-21 loss at San Diego. "I think I definitely got my championship spirit back after...
  • After a long timeout for basketball, Darren Fells is set for NFL debut

    After a long timeout for basketball, Darren Fells is set for NFL debut
    When Darren Fells' heart told him not to play football in college, even though he had been an all-state receiver at Fullerton High and had his pick of scholarships from UCLA and other schools, he followed his instincts and accepted a basketball...