1. Ranking All 32 Head Coaches in the National Football League

    There is no job tougher than being the head coach of a team in the National Football League. You work 20 hours a day, and you sleep for four... if you're lucky...

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  2. The 10 Biggest Game-Changing Defensive Players in the History of the NFL

    There is virtually nothing more exciting than a game-changing player on defense. You know, the type of player who can intercept a pass and return it 83 yards for a touchdown...

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  3. Ranking the 32 Fan Bases in the National Football League

    There is nothing more difficult—and controversial—than ranking the fan bases of every NFL team. Somebody has to be first. And somebody has to be last, much to the dismay of their fans (if they have any)...

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  4. Dick LeBeau a Free Agent After 2010; Eagles Should Heavily Pursue LeBeau As DC

    The contract of Pittsburgh Steelers defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau expires after the season. Although he is 73 years old, LeBeau will undoubtedly be one of the most sought after free agents in the NFL...

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  5. The Time to Win Is NOW: The Eagles Need to Pursue Albert Haynesworth

    Earlier this week, the Philadelphia Eagles signed a man who could be extremely influential to their future success. They signed Jim Washburn, the defensive line coach from the Tennessee Titans ...

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  6. Tom Brady: Comparing His Record 2007 Season With His Flawless 2010 Season

    During the 2010 NFL regular season, New England Patriots ’ quarterback Tom Brady was as about as untouchable as any quarterback in NFL history. His performance for the season ranks up there with the best of the best...

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  7. 10 Biggest Stories of 2010 NFL Season, No. 1: Concussions, Fines and Suspensions

    The No. 1 NFL story from the 2010 season is the new policy the NFL adopted regarding helmet-to-helmet hits. This season saw an unusually high number of concussions...

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  8. Michael Vick Redemption Story: No. 2 of 10 Biggest Stories of 2010 NFL Season

    Michael Vick’s redemption story is arguably the greatest of any professional athlete who has ever lived. We all know the Michael Vick story. Vick was selected by the Atlanta Falcons with the first overall pick in the 2001 draft...

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  9. 2010 NFL Season's 10 Biggest Stories: No. 3, NFC West Mediocrity

    There are just some things in football that you can fully count on. Peyton Manning will go one-and-done in the postseason. Brett Favre will retire and unretire 14 times during the offseason...

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  10. 2010 NFL Season's 10 Biggest Stories: No. 4, The Brett Favre Sexting Scandal

    Brett Favre just couldn’t stay out of the headlines in 2010. The consecutive games streak? Not even the biggest story involving Favre in 2010...

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  11. 2010 NFL Season's 10 Biggest Stories: No. 5, Brett Favre's Streak Ends

    Brett Favre has been nothing short of inconsistent over the past few years. In 2009, at the age of 40, he turned in the greatest season of his career, throwing 33 touchdowns ...

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  12. 10 Biggest Stories of 2010 NFL Season, No. 6: Randy Moss Saga

    Randy Moss is perhaps the most physically gifted wide receiver in the history of the National Football League. He is 6’4", he can catch anything, and he can jump like LeBron James or Kobe Bryant...

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  13. 10 Biggest Stories Of 2010 NFL Season, No. 7: Donovan McNabb Benched (Twice)

    After completing his 11th season without a championship, the Philadelphia Eagles did the unthinkable with quarterback Donovan McNabb. They traded the six-time Pro Bowl quarterback to a division rival, the Washington Redskins...

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  14. 10 Biggest Stories Of 2010 NFL Season, No. 8: Super Bowl Contending Cowboys 1-7

    Everything was going to fall into place. The season was going to be the year Tony Romo finally took the Cowboys on a deep postseason run, culminating with a victory in Super Bowl XLV, which was being held in Texas Stadium...

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  15. 10 Biggest Stories Of 2010 NFL Season: No. 9: Ben Roethlisberger Suspension

    (Although this incident technically happened in the offseason, the punishment was handed down during the regular season.) In March of 2010, Steelers’ quarterback Ben Roethlisberger was involved in a sexual assault investigation...

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  16. 10 Biggest Stories Of 2010 NFL Season: No.10: Metrodome Roof Collapses

    On December 10th and 11th, 2010, a severe snowstorm resulted in 17 inches of snow in Minnesota. While inside the Metrodome the day after the snowstorm, a FOXSports camera crew ...

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  17. Philadelphia Eagles: 3 Coaches Emerge as Candidates for Defensive Coordinator

    According to sources, the Philadelphia Eagles have three coaches who have emerged as candidates for the defensive coordinator position. One is not in the NFL . One is currently with the Philadelphia Eagles ...

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  18. Sean McDermott: Philadelphia Eagles Defensive Coordinator Reportedly Fired

    According to ESPN's Chris Mortensen, the Philadelphia Eagles announced that they have fired defensive coordinator Sean McDermott...

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  19. Eagles: Send Dick Jauron to Browns, Demote Sean McDermott, Hire Mike Singletary

    The Cleveland Browns have officially asked the Eagles for permission to speak to Dick Jauron about becoming their defensive coordinator...

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  20. Philadelphia Eagles: Did They Expect Too Much From Michael Vick vs. Green Bay?

    Michael Vick practically carried the Eagles into the postseason. Sure, LeSean McCoy was phenomenal, much better than expected. And DeSean Jackson and Jeremy Maclin make up one of the best receiving combinations in the league...

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  21. Eagles Long Snapper Jon Dorenbos Stopped from Attacking Fans after Game

    Yesterday’s 21-16 loss to the Green Bay Packers was an ugly one for the Philadelphia Eagles. It just got a little bit uglier. According to Garry Cobb, a former Eagles linebacker who runs his own site (gcobb...

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  22. Michael Vick's INT Similar to McNabb's Old Ways: New QB, Same Deal

    The Eagles lost to the Green Bay Packers 21-16 in the wild-card round of the postseason. Quarterback Michael Vick threw an interception in the end zone with 33 seconds ...

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  23. Could the Philadelphia Eagles Acquire Raiders Free Agent CB Nnamdi Asomugha?

    As anyone who watches the Eagles can tell, the team needs a starting cornerback. Asante Samuel is a brilliant playmaker, but he needs help, and the combination of Dimitri Patterson ...

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  24. Andy Reid's Decisions: Why It Was a Bad Idea to Bring Back DC Sean McDermott

    Following yesterday's disappointing 21-16 loss to the Green Bay Packers, Andy Reid announced that defensive coordinator Sean McDermott will return next season. McDermott's defense has been under scrutiny all season...

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  25. Philadelphia Eagles' Kevin Kolb Says He Wants To Start or He Wants Out

    Despite losing his starting job, Kevin Kolb has handled the entire season with class. He's said all the right things and done all the right things. Kolb is having a meeting with Eagles head coach tomorrow morning...

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