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100 Days, 100 Detroit Lions: #7 Ndamukong Suh

In this edition of 100 Days 100 Detroit Lions, we honor a Lions on the current roster who has redefined the position of defense tackle in just his fifth NFL season. 235 more words


How was your Week?


The NFL released its All-Pro team for the 2014 season; so I had Dan the Man, Schaumburg Stu, Mr. Fantasy and myself vote on who we thought where the top players in the NFL. 649 more words


Steelers Brown, Bell And Pouncey Named To All-Pro Team

PITTSBURGH (93-7 The FAN) – Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown, running back Le’Veon Bell and center Maurkice Pouncey were all voted to the NFL All-Pro team. 191 more words


Gronkowski A Unanimous All-Pro Selection; Revis Top Vote-Getter Among CBs

BOSTON (CBS) — At tight end and cornerback, the Patriots employ the best in the business.

That’s at least the opinion of voters for the Associated Press All-Pro team, all 50 of whom selected Rob Gronkowski and 42 of whom selected Darrelle Revis. 379 more words

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Friday before the Panthers and the Wild Card

Remember the last time the Cardinals went to Carolina for a playoff game? It turned out pretty well for the Cards. They flipped Panthers quarterback Jake Delhomme into a turnover-machine – six in all – as the Cards crushed the 12-4 Panthers on their Super Bowl run. 818 more words


J.J. Watt, Rob Gronkowski Unanimous Picks For All-Pro Team

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — J.J. Watt found a unique way to make the 2014 Associated Press NFL All-Pro team announced Friday.

Houston’s Watt was listed on all 50 ballots by a nationwide panel of media members who regularly cover the league, with 45 of the votes for defensive end and the other five for defensive tackle. 684 more words


Dallas Leads AP All-Pro Team With 4 Picks

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NEW YORK (AP) - The Dallas Cowboys led all teams with four picks to the 2014 Associated Press NFL All-Pro team announced Friday, including guard Zach Martin, the only rookie on the squad. 657 more words