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Why Utah probably will get shafted by CFP committee

Six seasons ago, as the initial dozen members of the College Football Playoff committee revealed their final rankings, its chairman, Arkansas athletic director Jeff Long, made an utterly absurd proclamation: We really dont deal in hypotheticals. If one sentence could encapsulate all of college footballs outright hypocrisy and silliness when it comes to determining a national champion, that was it. Six seasons later, here we are again: Unless something utterly insane occurs this weekend, yet an...

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Big stars mean little in Big D as mistakes continue to abound for Cowboys

Everything is bigger in Dallas. The homes and the cars, the hair and the diamonds. The Big D, right D as in disappointment, of course, as once again Jason Garrett and the bumbling Cowboys (6-7) lost in prime time thanks to a bevy of little mistakes. Midway through the third quarter of their eventual 31-24 loss to the Chicago Bears on Thursday night, the Fox cameras captured Dak Prescott standing stone-faced on the Cowboys sideline, seemingly in disbelief of what he just saw. His eyes barely blin...

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Rising Bills a threat against anyone, even Ravens or Patriots

Among the great NFL mysteries, perhaps on par with how Jason Garrett remains employed as Cowboys coach, is the Bills Week 14 underdog status. Baltimore (10-2) is favored against Buffalo by nearly a touchdown. In Buffalo. Although the Bills (9-3) are from perfect, they are fully capable of taking out the Ravens and, dare I say, even AFC East rival New England. Like most of the rest of the country, Im a little late to the Bills party. But their humiliation of the Cowboys on Thanksgiving convinced ...

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MVP candidate Lamar Jackson: In 15 factoids, tracking Ravens star's rise

Lamar Jackson has morphed from a quarterback many questioned going into the season to one who has the 10-2 Ravens poised to seize the AFCs No. 1 seed. With the MVP now looking like Jacksons to lose, here are 15 components associated with his rise. 1.As a senior at Boynton Beach (Fla.) High School, Jackson piloted his team to a 63-58, come-from-behind win in October 2014. The Tigers quarterback accounted for seven touchdowns -- including a 6-yard game-winning run with 6 seconds left -- that night...

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Week 14 NFL mismatches: How Patriots, Ravens could struggle

Yardbarkers Michael Nania analyzes the biggest positional mismatches each week during the NFL season. GLOSSARY: DVOA (Defense-Adjusted Value Over Average):A method of evaluating teams, units or players in a comparative fashion. It takes every play during the NFL season and compares each to a league-average baseline based on situation. EPA (Estimated Points Added):The measure of a plays impact on the score of the game. It represents the difference between a teams expected points value (the net po...

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Steelers-Patriots Part 2? NFL playoff matchups we want to see

Yardbarker NFL writers Michael Tunison and Chris Mueller address some of the hottest issues in the league. This weeks topic: Which potential postseason matchups are the most enticing Tunison:With four weeks left in the regular season, the playoff picture has mostly been fleshed out. In the furthest recesses of mathematical possibility, the Jets, Redskins and other teams technically still could reach the postseason. Lets just say nobody is holding their breath. So while seeding could change if a ...

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What makes Ravens' offense so good (and how to slow it)

Former NFL scout Matt Williamson writes about the league from an Xs and Os perspective. Lets get this straight: Defending against the Ravens is a nightmare. Baltimore has a legit MVP candidate in second-year QB Lamar Jackson and averages 33.8 points and a ridiculous 207.8 rushing yards per game. (San Francisco is second in rushing yards per game, 59.8 yards per game behind the Ravens.) Jackson alone averages seven yards per rushing attempt. No other player in the league averages six or more, and...

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