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The NFL's worst division will produce Week 17's most interesting matchup

OK, NFC South. After an absolutely putrid 16 weeks of NFL football, you’ve got one last chance to redeem yourself.

Judging by how the AFC and NFC standings are shaping up with just two games to play heading into Week 17, the de facto playoff matchup between the Carolina Panthers and Atlanta Falcons for the division title next Sunday is weirdly looking like the most compelling game of the final week. 511 more words

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4th & Inches: Week 16

4th & Inches is a new weekly discussion during the NFL regular season, playoffs, and occasionally during the offseason of all things football – the good, the bad, and the Oakland Raiders. 2,039 more words

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Falcons handle Saints, set up NFC South title game

BOX SCORE: Matt Ryan outduels Drew Brees

Fast start…then much sputtering: Jalen Saunders returned the opening kickoff 99 yards to set up a 1-yard TD by Mark Ingram for a quick Saints lead, but rather than set the tone for lighting up the scoreboard, New Orleans struggled mightily to score points.

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New Orleans Eliminated From Playoff Contention; Falcons vs Panthers for the NFC South Next Week

Carolina defeated Cleveland, 17-13 and Atlanta beat New Orleans, and the Saints were eliminated from the playoffs.

New Orleans was one of the sexiest Super Bowl picks in the preseason, and why not? 181 more words

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NFL14: Week 16 Matchup Predictions

Let’s get right to the action for this penultimate week to the 2014 regular season…

Tennessee Titans (2-11) @ Jacksonville Jaguars (2-11)
Look at the records and ask yourself if you were really interested in my thoughts for the winner. 623 more words

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Atlanta Falcons at New Orleans Saints Preview

It’s a must-win game for the Atlanta Falcons as they head into New Orleans to take on the Saints this Sunday.

And there’s already been a bit of trash talk between the two bitter rivals. 479 more words

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Time to ban losing teams from NFL playoffs

A 6-9-1 team can get to the Super Bowl.

It is not the type of ragamuffins-to-riches story that will capture America’s imagination.

The NFC South champion has an automatic bid to the playoffs. 450 more words

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