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Know the Enemy Daily Links 12/3: What 7-5 teams have best chance for playoffs?

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Broncos 3rd & Long: Who's afraid of Arrowhead? - Mile High Report
When your defense allows a total of 151 yards in a game, you have dominated the other team.

In Focus: Denver Broncos 29, Kansas City Chiefs 16 - Mile High Report
We're back to look at the advanced stats of Pro Football Focus to highlight the Denver Broncos top three performers on offense and defense from their week thirteen 29-16 road domination of the Kansas City Chiefs.


Bolts & Dolts: Donald Butler's Worst Game Ever - Bolts From The Blue
Each week, John Gennaro looks through the box score of the most recent San Diego Chargers game and rewards cheers (Bolts) and jeers (Dolts) for players that performed above, or below, expectations. This week, we look at their 1-point victory over the

With Houdini act, San Diego Chargers show playoff mettle - ESPN
The Chargers proved escape artists again, beating the Ravens 34-33 to improve to 8-4 and stay in the thick of the playoff hunt.


Broncos Vs. Chiefs: The Best and the Worst - Arrowhead Pride
The weekly look at the Chiefs previous game from His Dirkness.

Kansas City Chiefs miss Derrick Johnson now as much as ever - Arrowhead Pride
Let's just put this out there: The Chiefs miss Derrick Johnson. A lot.


NFL playoffs 2015: Can Miami Dolphins, Baltimore Ravens make postseason? - NFL -
With 11 teams owning either eight or nine wins as December arrives -- plus the eventual NFC South winner -- it’s easy to presume this season’s 12-team playoff field is largely in place as the season’s final four weeks begin. But don’t forget about all those 7-5 contenders, even if they are clumped in a very precarious position with the math not in their favor as the postseason push ratchets up to full throttle this month.

NFL brass admits it made a 'crucial mistake' -
During a surprisingly emotional appearance before a congressional panel on Tuesday, Troy Vincent, the NFL's executive vice president of football operations, admitted the league made a "crucial mistake" in its initial punishment of Ray Rice and got choked up when describing his commitment to improving their policies.