Nora Princiotti, The Ringer

Nora Princiotti

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Past articles by Nora:

Harry Styles Is Starting to Sound Like Harry Styles. What Comes Next Will Be the Interesting Part.

With ‘Harry’s House,’ the pop star is evolving past his influences, one song at a time → Read More

It’s an Incredible Time to Be a Wide Receiver in the NFL

Whether they’re young players entering the league via the draft or veterans commanding lucrative contracts, the market is very friendly to talented pass catchers → Read More

Three Takeaways From the NFL Combine

The annual event in Indianapolis is as much about talking as it is scouting, and conversations there have provided a glimpse at how the offseason may unfold. For one, expect a slow quarterback market. → Read More

Von Miller Is More Than Just Happy to Be Here

The Rams defensive end left his heart in Denver, but his head is focused on helping his new team win a Super Bowl → Read More

The Belief of Joe Burrow’s Bengals Gets Stronger With Every Win

Cincinnati, led by quarterback Joe Burrow, wants to be more than the NFL’s feel-good story. The Bengals think they belong among the league’s top contenders. → Read More

The NFL’s Peaks and Valleys Led to the Right Teams in the Promised Land

There were strange results and few dominant teams in the NFL in 2021, but the postseason has shaped up perfectly → Read More

The Ravens’ Cursed Injury Luck Continues

Marcus Peters and Gus Edwards joined a long list of Ravens players who have suffered serious injuries. Why can’t Baltimore catch a break? → Read More

Mike McCarthy Is Making Up for Lost Time With Dak Prescott

The second-year Cowboys coach hasn’t had much time to mesh with his star quarterback. Their relationship will go a long way in determining Dallas’s success in 2021. → Read More

Aaron Rodgers Had a Few Things to Get Off His Chest

Rodgers spoke at length for the first time Wednesday about his frustrations with the Packers and why he considered retirement this offseason → Read More

The Bears Know QB Disappointment. They Hope Justin Fields Is Different

To pull off the NFL draft’s biggest heist, Chicago’s front office needed patience—and belief → Read More

The NFL Draft Revealed How Far Teams Are Willing to Go to Get Their QB

Admission to the draft’s quarterback sweepstakes was expensive, as the 49ers and Bears learned. Not participating might be even costlier, a lesson some teams might learn the hard way. → Read More

Trey Lance and the Siren Song of a Small Sample Size

No evaluation of a first-round prospect requires as much projection as the North Dakota State quarterback, who played only one game in 2020. → Read More

Patrick Mahomes Turns Third-and-Forever From Crisis Into Opportunity

A Chiefs’ offensive drive isn’t over until Mahomes has his say → Read More

Matt LaFleur Aced the Chemistry Test With Aaron Rodgers

The second-year head coach has fine-tuned the Packers offense and earned the trust of his star quarterback → Read More

Week 17 Recap: Playoff-Bound Browns, NFC East Drama, and the Dolphins’ Flailing Finish

Plus, Week 17 winners and losers, the Hurry Up, and a couple of listener questions → Read More

The Colts Might Be Left Standing in the AFC’s Playoff Musical Chairs

Five AFC teams might finish 11-5. If so, Indianapolis would be the only one whose season ends in Week 17. → Read More

The Patriots Enter the Unknown After a Lost Season

Has the NFL’s modern dynasty reached its floor? Or can the Patriots fall even farther? → Read More

The Fault in the Chargers’ Stars

Can the NFL’s cursed team change its destiny? → Read More

Bears-Vikings Is the Perfect Avatar for the NFL’s Shrug-Emoji Season

Chicago and Minnesota, the embodiments of underachievement and inconsistency, face off on Sunday. Call it the 2020 Bowl: Nothing matters but everything counts. → Read More

Steve Kornacki, National Treasure, Is Game for the NFL Playoffs

NBC News and MSNBC’s election guru is ready to call the NFC East race → Read More