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AFC West

Broncos

Broncos and Chargers each have a lot on the line in Week 15 matchup - Mile High Report
The Broncos and Chargers Week 15 matchup carries a lot of weight for both teams and their playoff chances. As Demarcus Ware put it, "...it's good to do things early, and dictate your own destiny."

Adam Gase says talk of Peyton Manning slipping is "comical"
Broncos offensive coordinator Adam Gase said he finds amusement in all the talk of Peyton Manning possibly losing his edge.

Chargers

Was the offensive line the issue versus the Patriots? - Bolts From The Blue
Kyle Posey reviews the San Diego Chargers' offensive line against the New England Patriots.

Film Study: Mathews has Success with the Counter Play - Bolts From The Blue
For the second week in a row, we're going to take a look at a successful running play. This week, the Chargers use a nicely designed Counter to get Ryan Mathews some running room, and extend what became the offense's only scoring drive on Sunday.

Chiefs

Raiders-Chiefs keys include Latavius Murray, third downs and keeping Alex Smith clean - Arrowhead Pride
Nick Jacobs looks at the importance of third downs, keeping Alex Smith clean and more keys to beating the Raiders.

Maybe the Kansas City Chiefs have something in Albert Wilson - Arrowhead Pride
The Chiefs rookie receiver showed up in his first extended NFL action.

NFL

The Arizona Cardinals are the unluckiest team in the NFL | For The Win
The Arizona Cardinals just can't catch a break, and neither can we. Thursday night saw yet another unwatchable football game, which Arizona won without scoring a touchdown. The 12-6 scoreline. A quarterback who wasn't on the team a month ago. Arizona's first 11-win season since 1975.

Why The Time Is Right For An NFL Team In Los Angeles - Forbes
There are dozens of logistical issues to be sorted out in the NFL's return to LA, but it is inevitable.