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Jaguars promote cornerback Thompson, waive King (The Associated Press) ( yesterday ) Courtesy of
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) -- The Jacksonville Jaguars have promoted first-year cornerback Peyton Thompson to the 53-man roster from the practice squad and waived receiver Tavarres King. Yahoo! Sat, Oct 25
 
Broncos have bad memory of Chargers (The Associated Press) Courtesy of
The Denver Broncos fear no one in the AFC, nor should they given their recent record. Yahoo! Wed, Oct 22
 
NFL Draft Watch: King says Winston is '10 times' the prospect Mariota is (Shutdown Corner) Courtesy of
The conversation will grow over the next six months. So let’s start it early. You’re a quarterback-needy team and your choice is this: Florida State's Jameis Winston or Oregon's Marcus Mariota. On the surface, it appears easy. Winston has trouble written all over him, with off-field problems galore, and Mariota, the clean record and clean-throwing (zero interceptions in 188 passes this season) quarterback, is the obvious choice. Right? It’s not that clear-cut. Not at all. [ Join FanDuel.com's $2.5M Week 8 fantasy league: $25 to enter; top 21,905 teams paid ] If we are to boil the players down simply on football talent and quarterbacking potential on the next level, Winston — not Mariota — might be the more enticing prospect. So says former NFL quarterback and Yahoo NFL analyst Shaun King. I asked King to ignore character completely, for argument's sake, and strictly grade each player on their talent and NFL upside. “In my opinion, if I am grading them, Winston is 10 times the prospect Mariota is,” King said. What, then, makes Winston so special? “Physically, he has great size — 6-4, very sturdy build. Built like a pro prospect. Big-time arm — can make all the throws. Great intangibles. Winner. Big-time, big-platform résumé. “He plays his best on the brightest stages. Last year in the Clemson game, the second half of the national title game, this year’s Notre Dame game. Early in the season, second half against [Oklahoma State], he always plays his best in those moments. He just has a knack for it.” Yahoo! Thu, Oct 23
 
Dose: Uncertainty in St. Louis (Rotoworld) Courtesy of
Raymond Summerlin checks in on Tre Mason, the Buffalo backfield, Denard Robinson and more in Thursday's Daily Dose. Yahoo! Wed, Oct 22
 
Twitter heat map shows nationwide distribution of every NFL team's followers (Shutdown Corner) Courtesy of
If you've traveled around this great country of ours and thought, "Man, there are Cowboys and Patriots fans everywhere ," guess what: you're absolutely right. One of the more fascinating and borderline sinister aspects of social media is the way it reduces your most heartfelt dreams, desires, and fandoms to nothing more than data for a voracious Internet. But enough of privacy concerns. Let's check out where NFL fans reside! Twitter has created an amazing heat map that tracks where NFL fans reside. You can see the entire map, you can zero in on a single team, or you can compare two different teams head-to-head. Certain teams (Cowboys, Patriots, Steelers) boast bandwagons that stretch from coast to coast. Others are, well, not so fortunate in the breadth of their fanbases. [ Join FanDuel.com's $2.5M Week 8 fantasy league: $25 to enter; top 21,905 teams paid ] Digging deeper in the data, we can find some fascinating insights, like: • Nobody much likes the Jaguars except in the immediate vicinity of Jacksonville and, for some reason, Holt County, Nebraska; • The Cowboys have a broader fanbase than the Patriots, but fight the Steelers to almost a standstill; • Denver pretty much owns the entire Mountain Time Zone, and Peyton Manning has probably thrown a touchdown to every single person residing within; • The Dolphins boast a fairly robust fanbase in Montana, which makes zero sense except in the instance of wish fulfilment; • The Giants absolutely own New York, but the farther you get from the stadium, the more popularity the Jets possess. Presumably because there's less likelihood of actually seeing the Jets play. Have a go at the map yourself , and post your findings below. Enjoy. ____ Jay Busbee is a writer for Yahoo Sports. Contact him at jay.busbee@yahoo.com or find him on Twitter. Follow @jaybusbee And keep up with Jay over on Facebook , too. Yahoo! Wed, Oct 22
 
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Chris Clemons Georgia
 
 
 
 
 
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