FOXBORO, MA - DECEMBER 24: Interim head coach Todd Bowles of the Miami Dolphins watches his players prior to a game between the New England Patriots and the Miami Dolphins at Gillette Stadium on December 24, 2011 in Foxboro, Massachusetts. (Photo by Winslow Townson/Getty Images)
DRC thinks Bowles' Ideas Will Help Secondary
"He brought a lot of clarity," Rodgers-Cromartie said of Bowles, fresh from a stint as the Dolphins’ interim head coach. "He really zoned in on the man thing, that we’re really going to do. I think there’s going to be a lot of pressing, not too many zones." This is definitely what DRC wants, knowing when he lines up "that’s your guy … way simpler."
Paul Domowitch: Things really clicking for Eagles' Kelce
Kelce said it took about four games for everything to really click for him last year. He points to the Eagles' 34-7 win over the Cowboys in Week 8, when he outplayed Pro Bowl nose tackle Jay Ratliff, as the day the boy center became an NFL man.
Phil Sheridan: Knowing Eagles players is as important as knowing playbook
In which we are introduced to the word, "Asantectomy"
Don't Let The Franchise Tag You; Bomani & Jones, episode 19 - YouTube
Wes Welker is just the latest NFL player to seem surprised the club he plays for doesn't gleefully hand out lucrative, long-term contract extensions. It may not make you popular with the fans, but it's like this: hold out, get paid; go play, get played. Just ask Matt Forte.
'American Idol' Loses TV Ratings Crown to Football - Yahoo! TV
For the first time in a long time, "Idol" won’t finish as the top-rated program in primetime. According to preliminary numbers, NBC’s "Sunday Night Football" will go down as this season’s top-ranked program. The NFL game of the week averaged around 20.7 million viewers, while "Idol's" Wednesday edition averaged 19.7 million viewers this season.