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Tuck: There Are Only Four Elite Quarterbacks In The NFL

Tony Gonzalez is right: Matt Ryan is not an elite quarterback. Why not? I explain what makes the difference.

Peyton Manning and Tom Brady the two best quarterbacks of their generation

ELOOnline : Best NFL QB of All-Time Ranking

While everyone decides today to judge Peyton Manning legacy on one game. Reminder That Tom Brady and Peyton Manning combine have lost their 4 Super Bowl starts while recently Joe Flacco and Eli Manning have won three for three

Jeff Tedford is known as a very creative play caller on offense. He also has had great success with teaching young quarterbacks

Bucs add Jeff Tedford as offensive coordinator

Very quickly new Bucs head coach Lovie Smith is starting to put together his staff and it looks like he will have Jeff Tedford as his offensive coordinator. He was the former head coach of the University of California and

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Rodgers Will Get His Answer Either Friday Or Saturday

Aaron Rodgers will find out whether or not he can play either on Friday or Saturday.

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Bears Take Advantage Of Rodgers Injury

The Chicago Bears have a better insurance policy than Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers. Josh McCown, playing in place of the injured Jay Cutler, threw for two touchdowns Monday night as the Bears won 27-20 and ended

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Tuck: The Most Indispensable Player In The NFL

That was scary. The Patriots would be hurt if they lost Tom Brady, but he isn't the most indispensable player in the league.

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The Insider Show Fantasy Football Preview

Earlier today The Insider Show discussed the latest A-Rod controversy and how Ryan Braun’s suspensions affects Major League Baseball. Also, tune in to hear great fantasy football advice and hilarious stories. Why you should listen : Alex Petakas of ESPN

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Clay Matthews Signs Extension With Packers

The Green Bay Packers have closed in on a long-term extension with all-pro linebacker Clay Matthews. NFL.com’s Albert Breer reported the deal as a five-year contract worth just over $13 million per year, lining up with what Ian Rapoport