Found November 03, 2011 on Nittany Lines:
Penn State alumnus Navorro Bowman has been named a midseason all-pro by Peter King of Sports Illustrated. The second-year pro has stepped up his game this year for the San Francisco 49ers and has 68 tackles in seven games at inside linebacker. For King's midseason all-pro team, click here. PENN STATE ATTENDANCE IS DOWN The new ticket price structure has hurt Penn State's attendance at Beaver Stadium, as reported today by Mark Wogenrich in The Morning Call. For the story, click here.

Peter King: Haley, Chiefs on major rebound after 0-3 start

After an embarrassing 0-3 start, Pro Bowl prospect Derrick Johnson and the Chiefs defense has been key to their inspiring turnaround, writes Peter King as he analyzes Week 9.

Video: Five NFL games to watch in Week 9

Mike Florio and Peter King discuss the top matchups of Bucs-Saints, Jets-Bills, Packers-Chargers, Dolphins-Chiefs and Bengals-Titans in Week 9. (NBC Sports)

King: Tebow won't be Broncos' starter by Jets game

Sports Illustrated senior writer Peter King said on the Rich Eisen Podcast that he thinks Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow will not be the team's starter by the Week 11 matchup against the New York Jets.

Peter King: Self-inflicted wounds against Chiefs have Chargers in trouble; mail

The Chargers are loaded with talent, but they seem to doom themselves whenever the stakes are high. In the wake of their latest collapse, Peter King is worried about San Diego's fate.

Niners' Defense is Foundation for Success

It’s less than halfway through the regular season, and some NFL observers are saying the 6-1 49ers already have won the NFC West. San Francisco has a four-game lead in the woeful division where the combined record of the other three teams is 4-17. The San Francisco Chronicle’s Eric Branch noted that San Francisco could clinch the division title as soon as Nov. 20, with six games...

Five games to watch this weekend, from NBC SportsTalk

It’s Saturday morning.  There’s nothing on TV other than infomercials and the neverending SportsCenter loop. But there was something on TV last night, and you may have missed it.  The Friday edition of NBC SportsTalk on VERSUS is fully devoted to the NFL, with Russ Thaler hosting, Peter King at the big desk, Rosenthal making…

Don't overlook another inspiring NFL turnaround

Inspiring turnaround? That trend isn't limited to the Lions, Bills or Bengals. Don't overlook the rise of the Chiefs after their embarrassing start, writes Peter King as he analyzes Week 9.

Forte should take Bears' offer

Peter King includes RB Matt Forte and PR Devin Hester on his mid-season All-Pro team in Sports Illustrated this week. King also names Forte his offensive player of the year, while choosing Packers QB Aaron Rodgers as the MVP. As impressive as Forte has been running the ball for 672 yards and a 5.4-yard average, he might be even more valuable to the Bears as a receiver. He leads the...

Waters unfazed by midseason All-Pro nod

By Carolyn Thornton

The Bears Beat (11.03.11): Urlacher unhappy with NFL’s treatment of defensive players

Brian Urlacher sounded off about his disappointment in the way the NFL is cracking the whip on defensive players, the Bears will be at their healthiest since the season opener when they face the Eagles Monday night, and Lovie Smith is looking for more from defensive tackle Henry Melton. Bears still not taking advantage of chances (AP) Thu Nov 3 17:27:27 2011 Jay Cutler sees room...
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