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NFC West Awards Week 14: Even when the Cardinals win, they lose

The Los Angeles Rams have already wrapped up the NFC West division crown. And yet, there are still games to be played and awards to be won. Behold, the NFC West Awards, Week 14 edition. The Awards Most valuable player: RB Chase Edmonds, Arizona Cardinals. Edmonds only received five carries in the Cardinals

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Season is Done for Raiders' Martavis Bryant

The Raiders went into this season with high hopes they would have a terrific wide receiver corps. With Amari Cooper, former Packers standout Jordy Nelson and former Steelers' deep threat Martavis Bryant, the thinking was that Jon Gruden's offense would be able to stretch defenses and attack secondaries

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Week 14 NFL Picks: Tips, Odds and Over/Under Predictions for Sunday

Thursday night provided some good news for those looking to finish the NFL season strong by jumping on Week 14 lines.  In short, the Tennessee Titans opened as favorites by less than a touchdown against the Jacksonville Jaguars and cruised to a 30-9 victory. The Jaguars fading and Thursday games on a

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Start 'Em, Sit 'Em Week 14: Debating Difficult Fantasy Football Lineup Decisions

The sheer chaos that always seems to strike fantasy football owners this time of year came early in Week 14.  Tennessee Titans running back Derrick Henry seemed like an obvious sit for a Thursday game against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Not only had Henry had a minimal impact all season, his AFC South

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Tim Rossovich, actor and former NFL player, dead at 72

LOS ANGELES  — Tim Rossovich, a consensus All-America defensive end at Southern California who played in the NFL before going on to an acting career, has died. He was 72. Rossovich died Thursday in Sacramento after a long illness, the school said Friday. Rossovich played at USC from 1965-67 and appeared

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