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  • Weekend preview: Where to rock lobster, Walrus and Keanu

    Weekend preview: Where to rock lobster, Walrus and Keanu
    Lots of impressive sights this weekend, including a lobster roll more than 35 feet long in Delray Beach (grab a piece for free), a $20,000 bankroll for a Fort Lauderdale art space (maybe, with your help), 4,800 square feet of Keanu Reeves (and you may...
  • Has Dion Jordan grown up in six suspended weeks?

    Has Dion Jordan grown up in six suspended weeks?
    When did you grow up? And why? Dion Jordan has an oversized body and paycheck, but the question Tuesday as he returned to the Dolphins is whether the 24-year-old man-child is now more man than child. Does he understand the edge his football career...
  • Five Ravens stats that stand out ahead of the Bengals game

    Five Ravens stats that stand out ahead of the Bengals game
    Every Wednesday, I’ll serve up five stats you should know heading into that week’s Ravens game. This week’s stats, pertaining to Sunday's game against the Cincinnati Bengals, are heavy on what the Ravens need to do to reverse the Week...
  • Fantasy start/sit for Week 7: Do the unthinkable -- bench Drew Brees

    Others fawn over Peyton Manning or Tom Brady. They're all-time greats, but give me Drew Brees. For as long as a can I remember Brees wearing black and gold, I have drafted, tried to draft, bribed or threatened bodily harm to get the Saints quarterback...
  • Coaching isn't the reason Dolphins are 2-3

    Coaching isn't the reason Dolphins are 2-3
     DAVIE – Playoff teams make plays.  It’s that simple.  On most playoff teams, the players’ on-field performance overshadows discussions about clock management, play-calling and bad matchups.  The NFL is a player’s league, not...
  • AFC North notebook: After blowout loss, Bengals look to regroup at home

    AFC North notebook: After blowout loss, Bengals look to regroup at home
    The Cincinnati Bengals ran into a buzz saw named Tom Brady last Sunday night during an ugly loss to the New England Patriots. The 43-17 blowout raised questions about the Bengals' ability to defend elite offenses without injured Pro Bowl linebacker...
  • Brady's 4 TDs Lead Patriots Past Bills, 37-22

    ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- Terry and Kim Pegula now own the Buffalo Bills on paper. Tom Brady still owns them on the field. The New England Patriots quarterback passed for 361 yards and four touchdowns Sunday in a 37-22 win over Buffalo at Ralph Wilson...
  • Hyde10: Ten thoughts on Dolphins, Canes, football weekend

    Hyde10: Ten thoughts on Dolphins, Canes, football weekend
    1. The hot question of the Dolphins loss is whether Phillip Wheeler should have been on Green Bay tight end Andrew Quarless. Fox game analyst John Lynch, a former safety, said before the play, "I think you've got to bring pressure ... your cornerbacks...
  • Fantasy lineup: Emmanuel Sanders Show about to debut

    There's a word for what fantasy football owners go through while making Week 1 lineup decisions. Merriam-Webster defines the word as "intense pain of mind or body; the struggle that precedes death." Oxford Dictionaries describes it as "extreme physical or...
  • Tom Brady: Patriots Poor Offense Going On Far Too Long

    Tom Brady: Patriots Poor Offense Going On Far Too Long
    New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady acknowledged Wednesday that his team's offensive struggles this season have been going on far too long and there is no quick fix. Brady was pulled in the fourth quarter of Monday night's 41-14 blowout loss to...
  • Wilfork's Last-Minute Interception In End Zone Saves Day For Patriots

    Wilfork's Last-Minute Interception In End Zone Saves Day For Patriots
    FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- The heavily favored New England Patriots, still looking for some consistent offense, did just enough to hang on for a 16-9 home-opening victory over the winless Oakland Raiders on Sunday. The Raiders thought they tied the score...