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AFC West

Julius Thomas' injury not as bad as initially feared - Mile High Report

The latest on Julius Thomas, Emmanuel Sanders, and Montee Ball.

Broncos 7, Rams 22: Day after reactions - Mile High Report

Yes, it's another "Day After Reactions" because I simply couldn't be rational last night. I'm not sure if a good night's sleep helped any, but I'm hoping I can be less Doom and Gloom than I would have been yesterday, even with Bronco Mike sitting next to me. (MAK: These guys wouldn't last a week as a Raiders fan!)


How to Fix the San Diego Chargers Offensive Line - Bolts from the Blue

John Gennaro's plan to turn the San Diego Chargers' biggest weakness into a strength for the final stretch of the season.

Bolts & Dolts: Ryan Mathews is here to save the San Diego Chargers - Bolts from the Blue

Each week, John Gennaro looks over the box score of the previous San Diego Chargers game and hands out cheers (Bolts) and jeers (Dolts) for players that performed above or below expectations. This week, he looks at the team's close win over the 0-10 Oakland Raiders.


The cycle of the NFL and how the Chiefs are taking advantage - Arrowhead Pride

His Dirkness of is taking a one week break from his typical Best and Worst format, to write about the newest/oldest trend in the NFL: The running game.

Anthony Fasano returns but Chiefs missing two WRs and a CB to start Raiders week - Arrowhead Pride

A few of the same injuries from the Chiefs last game against Seattle.


More young people are watching ‘The Walking Dead’ than Sunday Night Football. Should the NFL be worried? - The Washington Post

Well, it’s an official threepeat. For the third week in a row and the fourth time this season, the popular AMC drama "The Walking Dead" attracted more viewers in the coveted 18 to 49 age range than Sunday Night Football, which airs on NBC.

Roger Goodell was right to drop hammer on Adrian Peterson; now NFL needs to educate - Yahoo

There was no way – no way at all – Roger Goodell was going to pass on the opportunity to come down stronger than a Texas judge.