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Greg Cosell's Film Review: Andy Dalton's TD was high-level quarterbacking (Shutdown Corner) Courtesy of
Cincinnati's Andy Dalton made a great play last week that’s a great example of the mental part of the game and the physical part of the game coalescing on one play. It was a 76-yard touchdown pass to Mohamed Sanu in the third quarter against the Falcons, and Dalton played it well before the snap and after the snap. it showed a great understanding of the nuances of the quarterback position. The play started when Dalton got to the line. He saw both Atlanta safeties five yards off the line of scrimmage. When that happens, an alert goes off: This is "cover zero," a blitz with no safety in the middle of the field. Because Dalton saw that before the snap, he knows he has to increase his protection. He knows there will be six rushers, maybe seven. So he motions Gresham from wide out to the left to a spot tight to the formation. Yahoo! Fri, Sep 19
 
Cutler faces another challenge in Jets' front 7 (The Associated Press) Courtesy of
Jay Cutler figures he won't see a better front seven than he will when the Chicago Bears visit the New York Jets on Monday night. Cutler faces another challenge after passing a big test last week, when the Bears rallied for a surprising win at San Francisco. He showed his poise in that game, helping Chicago rally from 17 down to beat the 49ers and avoid a 0-2 start. The defense came up big, too, and the Bears pulled out a win that few saw coming after they opened with a loss at home to Buffalo. Yahoo! Fri, Sep 19
 
Sage advice from Pacman Jones (The Associated Press) Courtesy of
Bengals cornerback Adam Jones, the player formerly known as Pacman, isn't talking about the issues facing NFL commissioner Roger Goodell except to say that he disagrees with some things. Jones also sat out the 2009 season when nobody gave him a call before going to work for Cincinnati. ''When the checks stop coming in, they stop coming in.'' --- SANU CAN FLING IT: Bengals receiver Mohamed Sanu has one of the best arms in the NFL. Yahoo! Fri, Sep 19
 
Zimmer endures rocky beginning to coaching tenure (The Associated Press) Courtesy of
Mike Zimmer had waited so long and interviewed so many times to be an NFL head coach that he almost turned down the Minnesota Vikings' request to talk this offseason. Now that he is finally in the top job, it hasn't taken the longtime defensive coordinator long to discover that being a head coach is about so much more than actual coaching. Zimmer's Vikings have been in the eye of the NFL crisis storm this week after star running back Adrian Peterson was benched, then reinstated, then told to stay away while he addresses child abuse charges in Texas. Suspended receiver Jerome Simpson was cut when a new arrest was revealed and Zimmer spent the week answering questions about abuse, discipline, fatherhood and morality while getting his team ready for a game at New Orleans. Yahoo! Fri, Sep 19
 
Hester now stands alone as NFL greatest returner (The Associated Press) Courtesy of
Devin Hester gets a text every morning from Deion Sanders, usually with some sort of inspirational message. ''That's my alarm,'' Hester said. When Sanders delivered his latest message, it was to a friend and protege who now holds the NFL record for most return touchdowns all by himself. Hester high-stepped into history - with Sanders watching from the sideline, no less - when he took a punt 56 yards to the end zone in the Atlanta Falcons' 56-14 blowout of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Yahoo! Fri, Sep 19
 
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