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I don't know. Do you guys like the film breakdowns? Or no? I've enjoyed doing them, but I'm certainly not experienced enough at it to have attained a certainty that I know what I'm doing. If you want more of them, want less of them or are okay with the one or two per week on a specific subject, I'm eager to hear your feedback. First, though, please, have some links.
Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown called Eagles rookie cornerback Brandon Boykin a "candy bar," which in spite of the fact that candy bars are wonderful is apparently not a compliment. Boykin wisely declined to engage.
The Landry Hat poses the question, in light of recent stories about the Cowboys wanting to extend Romo's contract, of why Romo would even want to be a Cowboy anymore. My two-part answer: (a) The money's going to be real, real good; (b) Everybody's still way, way, waaaaay overreacting to the most recent game.
Just because they're dealing with injury and personnel-deficiencies in the secondary doesn't mean the Redskins are giving up trying. As Rich Campbell writes, they're moving people around to all kinds of different places these days, especially when they go to the nickel.
Wide receiver Hakeem Nicks will miss his third game in a row Sunday due to lingering foot and knee injuries, which is a real shame. Not that they can't beat the Browns without him, but the last time Nicks played he was NFC Offensive Player of the Week, and he's a pleasure to watch.