TALE OF THE TAPE

  1. Arizona Cardinals v San Francisco 49ers Carolina Panthers v Atlanta Falcons
    Wild Card Weekend: Arizona Cardinals At Carolina Panthers

    Shortly after the season’s midway point, the Cardinals appeared to have the inside track on the No. 1 seed in the NFC playoffs. However, injuries to quarterbacks Carson Palmer and Drew Stanton derailed Arizona, and Bruce Arians’ team has lost four of six as the postseason begins.

  2. Cleveland Brown Josh Gordon looks on O.J. Simpson sits in courtroom
    Worse Luck, Cleveland Browns’ Josh Gordon Or Naked Gun’s Nordberg?

    Cleveland Brown Josh Gordon has had his share of off-the field issues. How does he compare to Nordberg from “The Naked Gun”?

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    Tale Of The Tape: Arizona Cardinals At San Francisco 49ers

    It’s a good thing the Cardinals have their playoff berth locked up, because the offense has lost its drive after losing quarterbacks Carson Palmer and Drew Stanton to injuries.

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    Tale Of The Tape: Oakland Raiders At Denver Broncos

    The Raiders have certainly shown some life in the second half of the season, and while it most likely won’t be enough to help Tony Sparano shed the interim label and become the full-time head coach, he does deserve credit for not letting this team give up.

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    Tale Of The Tape: St. Louis Rams At Seattle Seahawks

    The Rams offense functioned at a much higher level in their Week 16 loss to the Giants with Shaun Hill at quarterback, and he is coming off a confidence-boosting 24-of-32 game for 290 yards with 2 TDs and 1 interception.

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    Tale Of The Tape: Cincinnati Bengals At Pittsburgh Steelers

    The Bengals get another opportunity to step up and show they are big-game worthy. This has not been their strength over the years, and much of this falls on Andy Dalton.

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