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Eli ManningMark J. Rebilas/US PresswireEli Manning and the Giants will face a tough schedule in 2012.

Colin Cowherd says he will be glued to the TV for the release of the NFL schedule. We already know all of the games, we just don't know when the games will be. The Denver Broncos are facing eight Pro Bowl QBs this season, while the Patriots face just one. The New York Giants are facing potentially nine Pro Bowl QBs. It's tough to go 13-3 with such a tough schedule. If you have a Pro Bowl QB, the fewer Pro Bowl QBs you face, the better your odds are of making the playoffs. Listen

Detroit Lions WR Calvin Johnson says he's never played with a quarterback as powerful, accurate and smart as Lions QB Matthew Stafford. Listen

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ESPNRadio.comCalvin Johnson joins "The Herd."

Colin Cowherd spans the globe in New Jersey, New Orleans and Miami. Listen

ESPN NBA analyst Tim Legler says veteran NBA teams are looking to rest their players before the playoffs. There's just been no chance to get a break with the condensed regular season schedule. Depth is important in the regular season but less so in the playoffs. Listen

ESPN NFL Insider Chris Mortensen explains some of the details of Saints coach Sean Payton's suspension. Payton can not have contact with anyone related to the NFL for the year. Mortensen says that if Payton tries to cut corners on this suspension and gets caught, he won't be coaching in the league for a long time. Mortensen says that it is such an extreme punishment that there must be something else here that is bothering commissioner Roger Goodell about Sean Payton and the Saints. Listen

Former MLB player Eric Karros says the Dodgers have benefited from a weak schedule early but they deserve credit for their 9-1 start. Listen

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