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Andrew Luck Isn't the NFL Legend You Thought He Was—He's Brett Favre 2.0

The pundits have been right, even through this dreadful season. Andrew Luck has all the tools to be an MVP. It is just not the MVP you and they were thinking of. Since his junior year at Stanford, Luck’s intelligence, nerdiness and personality...Show More Summary

Kyle Turley Says Suicidal and Homicidal Tendencies Became Part of 'Daily Living'

Former NFL offensive tackle Kyle Turley stated Thursday that "suicidal and homicidal tendencies" became an inescapable part of his life while trying to treat injuries with pharmaceutical drugs. Pete Blackburn of Uproxx passed along the troublesome comments Turley made during an appearance on ESPN's Highly Questionable. Show More Summary

Seahawks WR Ricardo Lockette released from hospital after scary neck injury

Four days after sustaining a scary injury and three days removed from surgery to stabilize ligament and disc damage to his neck, Seahawks wideout Ricardo Lockette has been released from the hospital. Just before halftime of Seattle's...Show More Summary

Jimmy Fallon Hands out Tonight Show Superlatives to Eagles and Cowboys Players

The Philadelphia Eagles and Dallas Cowboys are set to meet on the Week 9 edition of Sunday Night Football this weekend, and to have some fun with the NFC East showdown, The Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon dished out some superlatives to a handful of players from both teams. Show More Summary

Jacoby Jones to Steelers: Latest Details, Comments and Reaction

The Pittsburgh Steelers announced they've claimed wide receiver and return specialist Jacoby Jones off waivers from the San Diego Chargers Thursday. The Steelers released receiver/running back Dri Archer to account for Jones’ addition to the 53-man roster. Show More Summary

Todd Gurley: NFL's Top YPG Rusher Dons a Tutu in 1st National Commercial

Todd Gurley is having a standout rookie campaign. The NFL's leader in yards per game (115.0) is attracting some serious attention. So much so that he's already been touted for his first national commercial campaign. Gurley 's Jolly Rancher...Show More Summary

Nick Saban Discusses College Football Playoff Rankings

The arrival of the season's first College Football Playoff rankings signaled the start of debate regarding the viability of title contenders, and Alabama finds itself at the center of the conversation entering a crucial showdown against...Show More Summary

The Nightmare Scenario for College Football Playoff Selection Committee

Relax. It'll all work itself out. That was the message relayed by Bleacher Report colleague Adam Kramer Tuesday night following the unveiling of the first College Football Playoff Top 25. Kramer's not wrong, nor is he alone. While ESPN's...Show More Summary

NFL Predictions Week 9: Odds, Predictions and Advice for Ideal Underdogs

The NFL will officially surpass the halfway point in Week 9, leading everyone to slowly start thinking ahead to the playoffs. What do you know, the Jacksonville Jaguars are still in the hunt. At 2-5, they trail the Indianapolis Colts and Houston Texans by one win. Show More Summary

The Concerning Similarities Between Urban Meyer's 2009 UF and 2015 OSU Teams

COLUMBUS, Ohio — When J.T. Barrett was cited for operating a vehicle while impaired and subsequently suspended for Ohio State's Nov. 7 matchup with Minnesota, it left the future of the Buckeyes' quarterback position in question. ForShow More Summary

Marshawn Lynch Brings Beast Mode to Trailer for New 'Call of Duty' Game

Football isn't the only thing Marshawn Lynch is all about that action for—he brings the Beast Mode to Call of Duty as well. Lynch is a character in Call of Duty: Black Ops III and makes a cameo in the trailer for the game. It was just a brief appearance, but he had plenty of time to show off what he can do. Show More Summary

Introspective Peyton Manning: 'I knew this was not going to be an easy transition'

DENVER — Peyton Manning has a way of deflecting tough questions with a joke. The first six games of the season haven't always been easy for the Denver Broncos quarterback, but the seventh game was. Manning had 340 yards in a vintage performance. Show More Summary

NFL Winners and Losers: Is Todd Gurley already the NFL's best running back?

Tell the St. Louis Rams you shouldn’t draft a running back in the top 10 anymore. The secret seems to be this: Just make sure that back is really special. The Rams bucked the trend, drafted a running back (who was injured, on top of it all) and there aren't any regrets. Show More Summary

Florida State Marching Band Takes the Field on Halloween as Zombies

With the Florida State Seminoles hosting the Syracuse Orange on Halloween, it only made sense for the Florida State marching band to get in the spirit...and dress up as zombies. It's just what you do on Halloween, right? The band's halftime show featured Michael Jackson's "Thriller": [Twitter, YouTube; h/t SB Nation] Read more College Football news on

Rob Gronkowski Dresses Up as 'Halo' Character for Stephen Colbert Halloween Bit

For those who think there should be an age limit for "trick-or-treating," New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski showed that age simply doesn't matter. It's all about having the Halloween spirit. On Friday, Gronk dressed up as Master Chief for a segment on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. Show More Summary

JT Barrett Arrest Gives Cardale Jones Last Shot as Ohio State's Starting QB

COLUMBUS — Following Ohio State's 49-7 win over Rutgers last weekend, Urban Meyer admitted he was finally feeling at ease when it came to his quarterback situation, thanks to J.T. Barrett's 324-yard, five-touchdown shredding of the Scarlet...Show More Summary

Joe Montana recreates 'The Catch' with James Corden on 'The Late Late Show'

If you ever saw Joe Montana on "Saturday Night Live," you'd know he's a lot better at football than comedy, although his opening monologue in 1987 was ahead of its time on the NFL's concussion issue. And if you've never seen James Corden...Show More Summary

The NFL Needs Victor Cruz Back

Will Victor Cruz ever be great again? He's been gone so long, it's easy to forget he ever was. He was. Victor Cruz was once unstoppable. Think back to 2011. He was one of the most dominant forces in the sport. He was impossible to cover, a combination of speed and precision deep-route running. Show More Summary

In Defense of the Touchdown Vulture

The fantasy football food chain is a horrifying thing. It's a circle of carnage, really. No one is safe. Not you. Not the star running back. Not even the pinnacle predators. Because, at all times, the fantasy vulture is out there—lurking in the shadows, sniffing out the easy kill. Show More Summary

Seattle Seahawks: 5 Things That Must Be Fixed as Soon as Possible

By now, we know that the Seattle Seahawks aren't looking like the recent Super Bowl contenders we've come to know them as. But they still have plenty of time to regain their composure, and addressing the following five issues should help put them right back on track. Let's do this. 1. Show More Summary

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