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SI.com: Eric Mack: Fantasy Fast Forward: Week 3updated: Tue Sep 27 2011 16:11:00

Ah, the NFL. You never can truly peg it.

SI.com: Colts owner: Manning could return in Decemberupdated: Mon Sep 26 2011 19:34:00

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- Peyton Manning is still on Indianapolis' active roster and could return this season.

SI.com: Don Banks: Ravens dominate, Bears shock, Newton dazzles, other Snapsupdated: Sun Sep 11 2011 21:52:00

LANDOVER, Md. -- Musings, observations and the occasional insight as we soak in the surprising results from an NFL Week 1 that was long on emphatic statements made by teams in Baltimore, Houston, Buffalo, and Philadelphia....

SI.com: Andrew Perloff: Colts' flaws go beyond quarterback, other Week 1 reactionsupdated: Sun Sep 11 2011 21:19:00

As always, the NFL's first Sunday provided a lot of entertainment, and some notable storylines. Andrew Perloff offers his thoughts on Week 1's early contests. Check back for his reaction to the late games when they're done.

SI.com: Peter King: The Colts aren't sure when Peyton Manning will be ready to playupdated: Tue Sep 06 2011 15:00:00

No matter that it's Labor Day and that no real games took place over the weekend. Things are happening. The NFL doesn't take a holiday when others do.

SI.com: Peter King: MMQB Mail: Raiders' Jackson loving life working for Al Davisupdated: Tue Sep 06 2011 14:56:00

It's a Raider Past and Present Tuesday, with a new outlet for me. The inaugural Sports Illustrated "NFL Podcast With Peter King'' will be up soon on iTunes (as it will be every Tuesday during the season), with an extensive interview with former Raiders corner Nnamdi Asomugha highlighting the first 'Cast. Interesting stuff on Al Davis, acting, and the teams that pursued Asomugha in free agency before he landed in Philadelphia. You can listen to the first podcast below, or find all of them here.

SI.com: Will Carroll: Hillis, Johnson, Marshall lead Fast Forward season-in-reviewupdated: Mon Jan 03 2011 01:01:00

There will be hundreds of columns looking back at the 2010 fantasy season. They'll try to figure out what went wrong with some guys, how they missed the signs with others, and crow about the ones they got right. We all do it, some better than others, but no one has ever really tried to quantify it. I'm no stats guy, but I believe we can learn a lot from them when presented properly.

SI.com: John P. Lopez: Many NFL teams facing make-or-break scenarios for Week 10updated: Sat Nov 13 2010 02:35:00

This is the week when separation and reality set in. Several teams will go from being on the brink of something special -- or catastrophic -- to knowing exactly what they are. Some will rise and start planning for the playoffs. Some will start counting the days to the NFL draft.

SI.com: Will Carroll: Concussions at the forefront of this week's gamesupdated: Sun Oct 24 2010 11:51:00

Concussions are all over the news right now, and rightly so. The problem is most people discussing this have no background in the actual facts. I'm not a doctor, but I know how to get hold of the best in the business. With concussions, that's Dr. Robert Watkins, Jr., orthopedic surgeon and co-director of Marina Spine Center at Marina Del Rey (Calif.) Hospital. I asked Dr. Watkins what happens to the brain when there is a helmet-to-helmet hit. Is being hit by a helmet any worse that a shoulder or knee?

SI.com: Young misses practice, questionable for Eaglesupdated: Fri Oct 22 2010 17:08:00

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- Tennessee quarterback Vince Young has missed a third straight practice with a sprained left knee and ankle and is questionable for Sunday's game against the Philadelphia Eagles.

SI.com: Kerry J. Byrne: Game of the Week, Eagles-Titansupdated: Fri Oct 22 2010 13:27:00

ColdHardFootballFacts.com breaks down Sunday's Philadelphia at Tennessee game (1 p.m. ET, Fox).

SI.com: Peter King: Packers' Collins should pipe downupdated: Tue Jun 23 2009 15:09:00

My last mailbag for a month will be yours, mostly, with a few announcements up top:

SI.com: Peter King: Brooks stares career mortality in the faceupdated: Mon Jun 22 2009 12:31:00

It's happening to Derrick Brooks. After 11 Pro Bowls, six first-team all-pro nods, one Super Bowl victory and one Defensive Player of the Year award, football is saying to him, "We don't need you anymore.''

SI.com: Peter King: NFL's labor negotiations set to beginupdated: Tue Jun 02 2009 14:48:00

As you read this, NFL Players Association executive director DeMaurice Smith might still be assessing the damage in his Washington office after what can best be described as a bizarre fire in the bathroom adjacent to his office around 5 a.m.

SI.com: Adam Duerson: Game of the Week: Steelers at Titansupdated: Fri Dec 19 2008 15:31:00

Breaking down Sunday's Pittsburgh Steelers at Tennessee Titans game (1 p.m., Eastern, CBS) ...

SI.com: Ross Tucker: Peppers dominant from all angles; Week 10 gradesupdated: Mon Nov 10 2008 13:01:00

Every Monday, SI.com's Ross Tucker will hand out letter grades to deserving NFL parties...

SI.com: Don Banks: Titans show they can actually win throwing the ballupdated: Sun Nov 09 2008 21:14:00

If they're paying attention, the other 31 NFL teams realize that 9-0 and "Uh-oh'' are now the operative words when it comes to describing the Tennessee Titans.

SI.com: Peter King: Expect rule to change after Eagles-Falcons callupdated: Wed Oct 29 2008 04:23:00

You have bombarded me with questions about the seemingly unfair way (and I'm sure Mike Smith, Rich McKay and Arthur Blank would not include the words "seemingly'' there) the Atlanta-Philadelphia game ended, and so I've scrapped plans to write about the new Dallas stadium 'til next week. Instead, let's examine the play, and the game situation, that I can guarantee you will be reviewed after the season by the National Football League. I'll start with one of the most cogent letters, from John Hyman, of Chicago:

SI.com: Peter King: Going old school with a fiery coach and a dominating offensive lineupdated: Mon Oct 27 2008 11:38:00

IRVING, Texas -- Did you see Mike Singletary looking like Mike Ditka?

SI.com: Damon Hack: Titans not letting 5-0 start go to their headsupdated: Thu Oct 16 2008 16:07:00

NASHVILLE -- As the Tennessee Titans headed for their bye week, a sentiment softly worked its way around their practice facility. Keith Bulluck said it at a defensive meeting. Albert Haynesworth said it at his locker.

SI.com: Peter King: RBs calling plays? Just another wild Sundayupdated: Mon Oct 06 2008 14:36:00

NEW YORK -- A really interesting Sunday. What do you want to hear about first? The origins of the Wildcat play, which has carried the woebegone Dolphins to wins over the two AFC Championship Game teams from last year? The future of Kerry Collins, who, in a month, has gone from a washed-up backup to one of the NFL's 20 most important players? The incredible case of Matty Ice? Plaxico Burress' future with the Giants?

SI.com: Dr. Z: How do '88 QBs stack up against '08 counterparts?updated: Fri Sep 26 2008 14:12:00

I've never been a great fan of comparing eras while we're in the midst of a season, but it took an e-mail from a British connoisseur of American football, Simon Veness, to give me some serious thoughts about the standard of quarterbacking these days. He called it the "near barrel-scraping state."

SI.com: Dr. Z: A bettor's guide to Week 4updated: Fri Sep 26 2008 11:48:00

They are afterthoughts, second options, bailouts. Vikings quarterback Gus Frerotte is 37, a veteran of 15 NFL seasons and six clubs, one of them twice. Kerry Collins of the Titans is 35, and his resume includes five teams and 14 seasons. They started the year as comfortable old back-ups, but all of a sudden, when things started crumbling around them, they were rushed into action. Oh yes, they are both unbeaten, but that will end Sunday when they face each other.

SI.com: Don Banks: Titans have strength in numbersupdated: Thu Sep 25 2008 14:18:00

Got a little three-part quiz for you on this Thursday of Week 4: Now that the Patriots have had their NFL record 21-game regular-season winning streak snapped, which team has the longest active regular-season winning streak, at six games?

SI.com: Lisa Altobelli: Postcard from Titans campupdated: Fri Aug 08 2008 21:48:00

SI.com has dispatched 10 writers to report on the 32 NFL training camps across the country. For the complete schedule of postcards, click here.

SI.com: Peter King: Draft strategy, Pacman's future, more mailupdated: Tue Mar 18 2008 17:25:00

Three football-savvy e-mailers check in with the same question this week, and, with so much uncertainty at the top of the draft, it seems like a logical one. I will let the aptly named Dan Wise of Minneapolis be the spokesman.

SI.com: Bob Broderick: Giants-Redskins, 2001 NFC Championshipupdated: Fri Jul 20 2007 01:03:00

Editor's note: We asked SI.com writers to share their memories from the best game they've ever seen. Here are their stories:

SI.com: High anxietyupdated: Sun Apr 08 2007 21:44:00

KANSAS CITY -- Myth of the Month: If a team near the top of the first round of the NFL Draft wants to trade down, it can get a ransom for the pick.

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