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Past articles by Andrew:

What are the New York Jets doing at quarterback?

Searching yet again for a quarterback for the Jets: Are Kirk Cousins or the draft viable options this year? → Read More

Dolphins free agency grades: Quality over quantity

The Miami Dolphins feel like a team on the cusp of being consistent competitors, and not just because the Buffalo Bills and New York Jets seem to be going backward. No, this team feels like a player or three away from being a real problem for teams across the AFC. It does not feel like […] → Read More

Patriots Missing An Important Piece With LeGarrette Blount Gone

We’re a couple of weeks into the free agency period and the New England Patriots have made some pretty big moves. Getting Dont’a Hightower back and adding Stephon Gilmore were two of them, and while they will prove to be significant, what could prove to be a bigger deal is the one they haven’t made. […] → Read More

Jets offseason moves are unlikely an effort to tank

We’ve finally kicked off the 2017 NFL season, and the New York Jets have signed a grand total of one player. Meanwhile, they’ve cleaned house of multiple veterans like Nick Mangold, Darrelle Revis, Brandon Marshall and Ryan Fitzpatrick. The Jets look like a team about to embark upon a massive rebuild. They’ll focus on youth, […] → Read More

Some final thoughts on an eventful NFL draft.

The clock has stopped. The picks are in. There are no more videos to leak. An eventful 2016 NFL draft is now finished, but we still are processing all that happened this weekend. Here were the top storylines. → Read More

Which teams came out on top in day one of the NFL draft?

Day one of the 2016 NFL draft was one of the most volatile in history, with eight trades and multiple sliding players. As always, though, some teams were more successful than others. Here are the biggest first impressions. → Read More

Megatron retiring young, like these other NFLers.

Calvin Johnson officially announced his retirement from the NFL on Tuesday, a move that was expected but still leaves fans of the sport wanting more. Of course, he hasn't been the only star to hang them up early. Here's a look several others who took a similar path. → Read More

Cam Newton could hear Chris Harris talking smack.

By now everyone not living under a rock has heard, seen or dissected Cam Newton's Super Bowl postgame press conference. But context is missing from a lot of the talk, and we should recognize that a bad media setup contributed to his prickly demeanor. → Read More

Winners and losers from Senior Bowl practices.

With three days of practices wrapped at the Senior Bowl, it's worth taking a look at a few of the players who helped or hurt their cause this week. This is by no means a complete list, but these are some of the players who were most noteworthy. → Read More

Meet the NDSU QB who could go in the first round.

Carson Wentz received one FBS scholarship offer, from Central Michigan, as a high schooler from Bismarck, N.D. Four years later, Wentz has stood out under center during Senior Bowl week as one of the hottest prospects in the draft process. → Read More

Braxton Miller impressing during Senior Bowl week.

The message Braxton Miller's play sent on Thursday was clear: He was here -- in Mobile, Ala., and the Senior Bowl -- to compete. He's come a long way in the last year and a half, when he was just one of several Ohio State quarterbacks. → Read More

Cam Newton represents a brighter NFL future.

When Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton takes the field against the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday, there will be just as many people sneering as cheering. What the detractors better get used to: Newton represents the NFL's future. → Read More

Eagles, Buccaneers reportedly hire new coaches.

The game of NFL head coaching musical chairs has almost ended, and two more contestants found seats on Thursday: Doug Pederson with the Eagles and Dirk Koetter with the Buccaneers. How will each fit in? → Read More

Rams are L.A. bound; Chargers could be next.

It's official: The former St. Louis Rams are now once again the Los Angeles Rams, while the Chargers could be following them in a year. Meanwhile, the Raiders are stuck in limbo. Hey, that's life in the NFL these days. → Read More

Chiefs blank Texans and move to divisional round.

On Saturday, the Chiefs shut out the Texans in Houston, 30-0, to earn a spot in the divisional round. It was Kansas City's 11th straight win -- and a deeply disappointing show on the other side, with the Texans offense getting booed off the field. → Read More

Is Brian Hoyer good enough to win in the playoffs?

It's hard to admit when you're wrong, but could it be time for a lot of critics to head to the local Hallmark store and grab a "Sorry" card for Houston Texans coach Bill O'Brien? He played Brian Hoyer at QB, and still got to the playoffs. → Read More

Giants, Eagles headed in different directions.

A long, sometimes brutal and often disappointing season wrapped for both the Giants and Eagles, as Philly finished off the season with a 35-30 victory. This was also the likely final game for Tom Coughlin as head coach in New York. → Read More

Rex Ryan and the Bills ended the Jets' season.

The Jets' mission Sunday was simple: win (against the Bills) and get in (to the playoffs). They failed, in spectacular Jets fashion. New York's last three drives ended with interceptions as they fell, 22--17, to Rex Ryan and the Bills → Read More

The case for Sean Payton going to Philadelphia.

Philly owner Jeffrey Lurie says he wants a coach who's more collaborative and a "smart and strategic thinker." Here's why he might want to talk to Sean Payton. → Read More

Jets get huge win over Giants in overtime.

In the battle for New York (located in New Jersey at MetLife Stadium) on Sunday, the Jets came back from a 20-10 deficit to the Giants with a 10-point fourth quarter and a field goal in overtime to win, 23-20. → Read More