Wednesday Morning QB (Week 14)

The relationship between teams and their cities has evolved since the initial growth of professional leagues and there is no better example than the Raiders.

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Wednesday Morning QB (Week 12)

Thanksgiving has come and gone meaning that the NFL playoff race is officially underway with a number of teams looking dominant and a few division races beginning to heat up.

Wednesday Morning QB (Week 11)

The playoff race is coming as Thanksgiving marks the beginning of the most important time in the regular season but for one team Deja Vu has struck leaving their playoff hopes in doubt.

Wednesday Morning QB (Week 10)

The NFL saw a player take a stand this week when Le’Veon Bell refused to report ending his season before it even began as he continues to fight for more money and against the use of the Franchise Tag.

Wednesday Morning QB (Week 9)

The Dallas Cowboys remain one of the most watched teams in the country and their latest failure has the country buzzing about what they need to do to fix things before it’s too late.

Wednesday Morning QB (Week 8)

The NFL has a number of big dates on the calendar but the trade deadline is rarely one of them and even on the active days the moves made highlight the biggest day on the calendar.

Wednesday Morning QB (Week 7)

The Jacksonville Jaguars were a team that seemed like they were on the rise but after three straight losses things aren’t looking promising and if they don’t solve it soon it could be a lost season.

Wednesday Morning QB (Week 6)

The NFL continues to see quarterbacks step into the limelight and for two weeks QBs took the focus as two of the best in this era showed why they are at the top of the heap right now.

Wednesday Morning QB (Week 5)

In the discussion about the best quarterbacks in the NFL there will always be those who are forgotten and Drew Brees has been one of them although setting records might end that pattern.

Wednesday Morning QB (Week 4)

The signing of Eric Reid could be a shift in the attitude of the NFL towards protests that have been dominating the headlines for years but nothing is over quite yet.

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