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Woodley, Young expected to be placed on IR (The Associated Press) ( yesterday ) Courtesy of
Oakland Raiders cornerback DJ Hayden could be activated from the physically unable to perform list in time for Sunday's game in Cleveland. Hayden completed his second week of practice Friday but has yet to be fully cleared to play. The 12th overall pick in 2013, Hayden underwent foot surgery in the offseason - his fourth operation since suffering a near-fatal heart injury in college. Raiders interim coach Tony Sparano has been encouraged by Hayden's progress and noted the biggest hurdle the second-year cornerback needs to clear is conditioning. Yahoo! Fri, Oct 24
Nick Foles taking fewer sacks, throwing more picks (The Associated Press) ( yesterday ) Courtesy of
Eagles quarterback Nick Foles is taking fewer sacks but throwing more interceptions. ''Well, that might be a good thing to check out,'' Eagles offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur said. There is really no common theme.'' Getting rid of the ball quickly to avoid sacks can lead to picks if quarterbacks aren't careful. Foles has only been sacked seven times, twice since Week 1. Yahoo! Fri, Oct 24
NFL against the spread picks: Looking at the updated Super Bowl odds (Shutdown Corner) ( yesterday ) Courtesy of
Since the NFL is already carving "Denver Broncos" into this season's Lombardi Trophy, there's probably no use in checking the Super Bowl odds almost halfway through the season. But let's do so anyway, for kicks. It's hard to figure out who the second-best team in the NFL is. Which means that there should be value in the Super Bowl odds, just in case the Broncos blow it in the playoffs again (I know, hard to imagine). Here are the odds for every semi-legitimate contender (the Raiders are 3000-to-1, if you feel like setting your money on fire), from Bovada via OddsShark.com , before Thursday's game:  Denver Broncos, 3-to-1 Again, this was before Thursday's game. It's not good value to take any team in Week 8 at 3-to-1 to win the Super Bowl, no matter how far Denver is ahead of the rest of the NFL. Green Bay Packers, 8-to-1 Interesting that the Packers are the second favorite. Considering that if the season ended today, they wouldn't even be NFC North champs. Dallas Cowboys, 9-to-1 I do believe the Cowboys are good. I do also believe you're never getting good odds on anything relating to the Cowboys. I don't know if they're America's Team, but they are Las Vegas' Team. Seattle Seahawks, 9-to-1 Hmm. Two weeks ago, you'd have jumped all over this. And i think by the end of the year this will look like a steal. Indianapolis Colts, 12-to-1 Our second AFC favorite. With that easy schedule, could they steal the No. 1 seed? Maybe. Could Andrew Luck pull off a colossal upset even if it's in Denver? Sure. If you believe Peyton Manning will choke in January, this looks pretty good. New England Patriots, 12-to-1 Injuries piling up, but I wouldn't blame you if you liked this. San Diego Chargers 12-to-1 I like the Chargers well enough but I'm not feeling it. Not sure how they get past the other three AFC teams already listed. San Francisco 49ers, 14-to-1 The argument for it: Aldon Smith, NaVorro Bowman, Patrick Willis will all be back soon. Philadelphia Eagles, 16-to-1 If you're asking me who the second-best team in the NFL is right now, the Eagles are my answer . So yeah, I like this. Baltimore Ravens, 18-to-1 Pass. Arizona Cardinals, 20-to-1 Nah. Detroit Lions, 28-to-1 They're technically in first in the NFC North, thanks to the tiebreaker (for now) against the Packers. They've gotten almost nothing out of Calvin Johnson yet. the defense is pretty nasty. Yeah, it's still the Lions, but 28-to-1? That'll go down, and soon. After the Eagles, this seems like the best number on the board. Cincinnati Bengals and New Orleans Saints, 33-to-1 We'll lump them both together because this is the cutoff for making any remote case for a Super Bowl contender. And right now it's a stretch for the Bengals. But consider that the Saints are 2-4. First place in the NFC South is 3-3-1 Carolina. It's not like they're dead. And I'm not saying the Saints are gonna roll through the playoffs if they get in, but I do know you wouldn't want to face Drew Brees in January either. Who do you like out of that group? While you decide about the game on Feb. 1, we'll look at some picks for Week 8: Broncos (-8.5) over Chargers ( picked Thursday ): They're really good right now . Lions (-3.5) over Falcons: Call the oddsmakers, there's a misprint! This should be -13.5 and not -3.5, right? Bengals (+1) over Ravens: I can't justify it based on how the Bengals have played the last three weeks. But I still think there's a good team in there somewhere. Yahoo! Fri, Oct 24
Eagles defensive coordinator says unit is growing (The Associated Press) Courtesy of
The keyword for Eagles defensive coordinator Billy Davis is fix. When the pass rush isn't getting to the opposing quarterback, Davis says, ''we'll get that fixed.'' If his cornerbacks are giving up chunks of yardage in coverage, Davis says, ''that can be fixed.'' So what did Davis say after his defense comes off its best game since he became coordinator, a 27-0 shutout of the Giants in which Giants quarterbacks Eli Manning and Ryan Nassib were sacked eight times? ''I think we're growing,'' Davis said Wednesday as he prepared his unit to face the Arizona Cardinals, Sunday in Arizona. ''No matter if we have a good game, like we did against the Giants, or we struggle for a couple quarters. Yahoo! Wed, Oct 22
Smash Mouth: Week 7 Recap (Rotoworld) Courtesy of
Lance Zierlein goes in-depth to explore Andy Reid's evolution of the Kansas City running game. Yahoo! Thu, Oct 23
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