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Adrian Peterson (MIN at STL)
Arian Foster (HOU vs IND)
Doug Martin (TB at NO)
Jamaal Charles (KC at OAK)
Marshawn Lynch (SEA at BUF)
Ray Rice (BAL vs DEN)
Trent Richardson (CLE vs WAS)
C.J. Spiller (BUF vs SEA)
Alfred Morris (WAS at CLE)
Frank Gore (SF at NE)
Chris Johnson (TEN vs NYJ)
Bryce Brown (PHI vs CIN)
BenJarvus Green-Ellis (CIN at PHI)
Knowshon Moreno (DEN at BAL)
Stevan Ridley (NE vs SF)
Steven Jackson (STL vs MIN)
Darren McFadden (OAK vs KC)
Matt Forte (CHI vs GB)
DeMarco Murray (DAL vs PIT)
Darren Sproles (NO vs TB)
Ahmad Bradshaw (NYG at ATL)
Joique Bell (DET at ARI)
Bilal Powell (NYJ at TEN)
Shonn Greene (NYJ...
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Ray Rice has a hip pointer that limited him in practice today. The injury doesn't appear serious and we would be very, very surprised to see him not start and play the majority of the snaps on Sunday against the Broncos. New OC Jim Caldwell is going to be anxious to get the most out of Rice and get the Ravens offense moving.
The Seattle Seahawks are in position for a wild card spot in the NFC. They are really overachieving this season considering they are starting a rookie 3rd round pick in QB Russell Wilson. The receiving corps came in with question marks. They had Terrell Owens and Braylon Edwards in their training camp; that should let you know how they felt about their wide receiver situation. It...
Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch has a sprained foot but is probable and expected to play Sunday against Atlanta.
Coach Pete Carroll said Lynch got work in practice Friday for the first time this week and looked fine. Asked what it would take for Lynch not to play, Carroll cracked, ''Miss the flight? Doesn't show up in Atlanta?''
Lynch rushed for...
This weeks Water Cooler features QCS writers Mike Bundt, Ryan Talbot, Brandon Hess, and Ryan Talbot
Mike Bundt: What’s up everybody! Let’s get into business right away.
The Bills lost in disappointing fashion Sunday, falling to the Rams 15-12. Watching the game, it was clear to me that Buffalo was the more talented team but ended up blowing it in the end. How disappointed should...
The Baltimore Ravens today released offensive coordinator Cam Cameron of his coaching duties and promoted quarterbacks coach Jim Caldwell to take his place. Ravens fans rejoice; your wishes have come true. It looks like Christmas has come early this season, at least here in Baltimore.
Caldwell hasn’t called an offensive play in his 12-year coaching career. But he has mentored possibly...
After the Seattle Seahawks sent a message to their opponent last week, Marshawn Lynch may want to do the same to his former team.
Lynch and the Seahawks try for their fifth victory in six games Sunday as they head to Toronto to face the Buffalo Bills, who appear bound to miss the playoffs for the 13th consecutive season.
Although the Bills' ground game has been strong thanks...
Seattle Seahawks announced Wednesday that the team will wear their third alternate "Wolf Grey" uniforms for their game in Toronto against the Buffalo Bills Sunday.
It is the first time since the 2012 uniform redesign that the Wolf Grey jerseys will be worn. Sunday marks only the second time in franchise history that the team has worn a third alternate...
Beat down in Sea-Town
Holy cow! That was one hell of a game last Sunday.
The Seahawks took the first takeaway of the game and just ran with it, never looking back en-route to 7 more takeaways on the day, and a record 58 points scored.
There have been multiple joke pictures and tweets floating around cyberspace ever since the end of the ballgame, so I thought I would include a couple...
Robert Turbin rushed 20 times for 108 yards in the Seahawks’ Week 14 thrashing of the Cardinals. Marshawn Lynch dealt with some minor back tightness in the first half, but Turbin did most of his damage after the Seahawks’ starters were rested in the second half. They took the foot off the gas pedal after the initial drive in the third quarter netted a 45-0 lead. Still, Turbin...
C.J. Spiller didn't get to spend a whole lot of time with Marshawn Lynch before Lynch was traded away from Buffalo a couple years ago. That doesn't mean there isn't still some friendly competition between the two. The Bills' now-No. 1 tailback jokingly poked fun at Buffalo's former first-string back Wednesday, showing that while the two may be buddies, they'...
Try To Suck Less
10) Scoring just 28 points against the Redskins, 21 of them in the first half, really should be a firing offense
9) Failed to tap into the incredible talent, poise and charisma that is Joe Flacco
8) Just realized that they did, in fact, lose to the Eagles in a game where Ray Rice was running wild
7) It's the Christmas season, and really wanted to give their...
Hawks dominate in 1st division win of 2012
The Seattle Seahawks didn’t just win this game, they completely owned it from kickoff to final whistle. It felt at one point as if it was a game of Madden ’13 being played between a seasoned pro and a toddler who was button mashing his controller.
It’s no secret that the Hawks are tough to beat at CenturyLink, and they kept their home...
Love ‘em & hate ‘em Week 14
This past Sunday the Seattle Seahawks set single-game franchise records with points scored and margin of defeat in a 58-0 stomping of the Arizona Cardinals.
The victory was the first divisional win of the season, and it occurred in superb fashion.
This was an excellent example of firing on all cylinders – as the offense, defense and special...
The playoffs are no longer something for the Bills to aspire to this season. Much like the previous 11 years of playoff futility, this year was marred by questionable play calling, failures at certain positions and a lack for winning close contests.
Since any hope of the postseason has been extinguished, the focus of Bills fans now reverts to the NHL lockout and the NFL draft...
Okay, I saw this week how the Baltimore Ravens made the fairly dramatic in-season move of replacing their offensive coordinator.
Cam Cameron went down for a number of alleged reasons, including his offense’s inconsistency and, interestingly enough, his apparent unwillingness to get the ball in the hands of star running back Ray Rice.
Here’s my question: Just how many touches...