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Know the Enemy Daily Links 11/5: Detroit Lions clean house, fire GM and President

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Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

AFC West

Denver Broncos

Defensive Player of the Year: Aqib Talib, Von Miller among early candidates for 2015 award - Mile High Report
Denver's defense is primed to win some awards this year.

Broncos stock report: Who is trending up, down on offense - Mile High Report
Michael Schofield has gone from gameday inactive at the start of the season to taking 100% of the offensive snaps. Who else on the offensive side of the ball is getting more playing time now and who is seeing their playing time dwindle?

San Diego Chargers

Three Bad Things From The Ravens Game - Bolts From The Blue
The official end to the Bolts season is January 3, 2016, but make no mistake -- 2015 as a potential season of good things ended with last second kick in The Queen City last Sunday. These are 3 bad things from that game.

FILM STUDY: Chargers lose to Ravens on the road - Bolts From The Blue
Some things went well, some things didn't, in the end enough went wrong for the Chargers. Here are the plays that led to the Chargers' demise in Baltimore on Sunday.

Kansas City Chiefs

NFL playoff picture: Chiefs fans still believe in AFC Wild Card, and these odds show it's not *that* crazy - Arrowhead Pride
Unlikely, sure. Not that crazy though.

Chiefs 2015 draft class shaping up to be best of the John Dorsey era - Arrowhead Pride
The Chiefs are getting production from everywhere in the draft class, including the top.


NFL, DraftKings, FanDuel, DFS, gambling stance must change | The MMQB with Peter King
With Daily Fantasy Sports industry leaders FanDuel and DraftKings—both with close ties to the NFL—coming under heavy scrutiny from the government, it might be time for the NFL to re-think its conflicting stance on gambling

REPORT: Detroit Lions fire general manager Martin Mayhew, president Tom Lewand - Pride Of Detroit

The move comes down as a massive shake-up begins to rock the Lions organization.