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2014 Week 3 Matchups — Denver Broncos @ Seattle Seahawks — A highly anticipated game featuring last year’s Super Bowl opponents which saw the Seahawks dominate in a 43-8 win. Will the Broncos use the Chargers’ blueprint for defeating the Seahawks or come up with their own scheme to overcome Seattle’s formidable defense and the 12th man? [Sunday, Sept  21, 4:25pm ET, CBS]


Pictured Denver Broncos wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders (10) and Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman (25) battle for field position in the a preseason matchup on Aug. 7, 2014.

Photo: Ron Chenoy, USA TODAY Sports) (via Seven for Sunday: An insider look at Week 3’s most compelling matchups)


Oh my god, it’s finally here. LET’S GO PATS!!!



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San Diego Chargers TE Antonio Gates makes a spectacular one-haded catch as Seattle Seahawks LB KJ Wright (50) and SS Kam Chancellor (31) defend. Chargers won in their Week 2 matchup, 30-21

Photo: Denis Poroy/AP via Dissecting Best Individual Matchups to Watch in Buffalo Bills’ Week 3 Action | Bleacher Report

The Buffalo Bills are in 1st place in the AFC East, going to 2-0 after defeating the Miami Dolphins 29-10 in their Week 2 matchup on Sept. 14, 2014. Pictured is Bills DT Kyle Williams (95) during the game.

Photo USA TODAY Sports (via Dissecting Best Individual Matchups to Watch in Buffalo Bills’ Week 3 Action | Bleacher Report)

9-18-2014 — With his punt return TD in tonight’s Thursday Night Football game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Atlanta Falcons WR Devin Hester now has the NFL record for touchdown returns with 20.

9-18-2014 — Atlanta Falcons WR Roddy White (84) is inactive (hamstring) for the Thursday Night Football matchup with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

The Bucs RB Doug Martin is also inactive (knee) for tonight’s game.

Photo: Kevin C.Cox (via Roddy White inactive for Thursday night, remove from fantasy lineups -

A disappointed San Francisco 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick looks at the scoreboard after the Chicago Bears came from behind to defeat the 49ers, 28-20 in the Sunday Night Football game on Sept. 14, 2014. Kaepernick was fined $11,025 for inappropriate language used during the game, but will appeal.

Photo: Carlos Avila Gonzalez/The Chronicle via 49ers collapse in 4th quarter, lose Levi’s opener to Bears - SFGate

Top 10 Fantasy Football pickups for Week 3 - Kansas City Chiefs TE Travis Kelce (87) and RB Knile Davis (34) — With star RB Jamaal Charles limited or out, both players should see more targets over the next few weeks.

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That Awkward Moment — New England Patriots WR Julian Edelman (11) gets tackled by Minnesota Vikings CB Xavier Rhodes (29) during their Week 2 matchup on Sept. 14, 2014. Patriots won, 30-7.

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Airborne — New York Jets WR Eric Decker (87) misses a pass in front of Green Bay Packers S Ha Ha Clinton-Dix during their Week 2 matchup on Sept. 14, 2014.  Packers won after an unusual ending, 31-24.

Photo: Tom Lynn/AP via Top NFL action - Week 2 -

Not Getting Too Old For This — San Diego Chargers TE Antonio Gates celebrates his touchdown against the Seattle Seahawks during their Week 2 matchup on Sunday, Sept. 14, 2014. Chargers won, 30-21.

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Can’t Be Denied — New Orleans Saints TE Jimmy Graham (80) scores on a 1-yard touchdown pass against Cleveland Browns CB Buster Skrine (22) and SS Donte Whitner (31) during their Week 2 matchup on Sept 14, 2014. Browns won on a last second field goal, 26-24.

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Ray Lewis is a killer… he just murders guys on the filed with absolutely no remorse… joke intended. Ray Lewis is from the U!!!!!!!!!!! Which is my favorite University team due to their field record of not only producing great NFL caliber players, but legends. Not only was Ray Lewis one of the most efficient tacklers almost always in the top 10 for total tackles in both college and pro football, but he made a living on running through runners not just tackling them. Anytime he would blitz or drop to his short zones, players would be fearful of the damage he could do. He was extremely instrumental for both of the Ravens Superbowl victories, and the way he retired in 2013 could not have been any more perfect for the future hall of famer. He has been selected for 13x pro-bowls, and was faithful to the Ravens franchise his entire career. Not only is Ray Lewis one of the hardest hitters in NFL history, one of the best linebackers in NFL history, but also one of the greatest football players to ever play in the NFL. 

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Not today, son — Carolina Panthers TE Greg Olsen (88) runs past Detroit Lions LB Tahir Whitehead (59) during their Week 2 matchup on Sept. 14, 2014. Panthers won, 24-7

Photo: Bob Leverone/AP via 


People Always See The Negative

I’m a football fan. On all levels. I don’t follow a particular High School team, but if I see a top ranked team on one of my random Directv channels I will watch it.

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