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Philip Rivers' retirement is reminder that clock has expired for Big Ben, and Steelers need to help him accept it

  • Night net American Football Philip Rivers retired Wednesday, and he surely was not the first. Eli Manning, the initial quarterback chosen among the “Class of 2004,” played his final game in 2019. Tight end Kellen Winslow, whom the Cleveland Browns picked rather than select a QB, has been gone from the league since 2013. Tackle Shawn Andrews, according to legend the player Steelers coach Bill Cowher argued to select that year, has been absent from the league for more than a decade. Ben Roethlisberger outlasted them all.So he has that, and two Super Bowl rings, and six Pro Bowl appearances, and more fourth-quarter comebacks than all but three other men, more QB victories than all but four others, more playoff wins than all but five others, more passing yards than all but six others and more touchdown passes than all but seven others. This should be enough. It is time.MORE: Colts' best replacements for Philip Rivers I will not insult Roethlisberger by trotting out the Chuck Noll cliché that Big Ben needs to get on with this life’s work. Because this has been his life’s work. To suggest otherwise is to devalue the sacrifice and achievements of anyone who has been a professional athlete this long, this successfully. He has earned a quarter of a billion dollars playing this game. He can afford whatever retirement activity he wishes, whether that’s working or not.It would be best if he realizes this, that those moments on the bench adjacent to center Maurkice Pouncey after the Steelers’ playoffs loss to the Browns might have been heartbreaking, but they served as a poignant conclusion to a career that contained so much more exhilaration. If Roethlisberger feels compelled to write a different ending, the Steelers must convince him, however difficult it may be, that he has played his final game in black and gold.The Roethlisberger of 2020 is not worth a $41.25 million chunk of a salary cap that is projected to drop as low as $180 million because of revenue issues related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Neither is it worthwhile to concoct a nominal extension that would reduce that cap hit next season but extend compliance issues into the future.If he retires now, or “retires,” the Steelers would retrieve $19 million of cap space that could be spent on some other area of need, in particular retention of gifted linebacker Bud Dupree either on a second franchise tag or a long-term deal.With Dupree on the right side of the defense and superstar T.J. Watt on the left, the Steelers managed to lead the league in sacks and conjure an 8-8 season with not-yet-ready-for-prime-time Mason Rudolph and undrafted free agent Duck Hodges playing quarterback in 2019. With the Dupree-Watt tandem still in place this past autumn, the Steelers won 11 consecutive games and again were the league’s most destructive defense. With Dupre[......]

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    NFL Draft prospects 2021: Big board of top 50 players overall, updated position rankings

  • NFL American Football NCAA Football The pool of prospects for the 2021 NFL Draft is just getting its feet wet leading up to April's selection meeting. When polling draft analysts and experts, there will be natural varied opinion across the board on what's a talented, top-heavy class on both sides of the ball.Much has changed with the stock of future pro players since the beginning of the college football season. Values will continue to fluctuate with the Senior Bowl down and satellite NFL Scouting Combine workouts around the corner. Based on current evaluations and related buzz around them from teams, here's the latest look at the top overall NFL draft prospects for 2021 plus how all the players stack up against each other by position:NFL MOCK DRAFT: Jets, Patriots, Dolphins build on busy free agency; 49ers bet on Mac Jones; Bears miss top QBs NFL Draft prospects 2021: Big board of top 50 players1. Trevor Lawrence, QB, Clemson (6-6, 220 pounds)Lawrence is locked and loaded as the top prospect at his position and in this loaded offensive skill class. He's a generational talent with a great arm, athleticism and winning leadership skills.2. Ja'Marr Chase, WR, LSU (6-1, 200 pounds)Chase is a versatile, explosive playmaker who can line up anywhere to make big plays for an NFL team after taking a year off from making big plays with Joe Burrow during a national championship run.3. DeVonta Smith, WR, Alabama (6-1, 175 pounds)Like Chase, Smith has a nice blend of speed, quickness and route-running that gives him a lot of big-play versatility. He parlayed that into a Heisman Trophy-winning campaign with dominance through the College Football Playoff.4. Zach Wilson, QB, BYU (6-3, 210 pounds)Wilson proved his stock behind Lawrence with a breakout season stamped by his big arm and accuracy. He also is a highly intelligent passer with a natural feel for reading defenses.5. Penei Sewell, OT, Oregon (6-5, 325 pounds)Sewell is a rock of a run blocker who also established himself as being plenty smooth enough with his feet in pass protection. He can start in the NFL on the left side for a long time.MORE: Each team's worst-ever NFL Draft regret6. Kyle Pitts, TE, Florida (6-6, 239 pounds)Pitts has a high, explosive ceiling as an athletic, smart route-running pass catcher who right now has to be more of "move" option with blocking still a work in progress.7. Micah Parsons, ILB, Penn State (6-3, 245 pounds)Parsons is the latest product of "Linebacker U." who lives up to the pedigree with his active sideline-to-sideline playmaking with good combination of run-stopping and coverage skills.8. Jaylen Waddle, WR, Alabama (5-10, 182 pounds)Waddle has a nice combination of field-stretching, possession and route-running qualities to[......]

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    Patrick Mahomes' diving near-TD pass was a microcosm of Chiefs' Super Bowl 55 loss

  • NFL Buccaneers v Chiefs Chiefs夜网论坛 Buccaneers American Football Patrick Mahomes' body, for the briefest of moments, was parallel to the Raymond James Stadium grass. It was at that instant that he needed to unleash a pass, too, in order to avoid a sack.Like maybe only Mahomes could, he didn't just throw the ball. He uncorked a rocket of a sidearm pass 30 yards downfield, heading right toward the front line of the end zone. Waiting there was running back Darrel Williams. Instead of grabbing a touchdown, one that would've been one of the craziest in Super Bowl history, Williams let the ball slip through his hands and bounce right off his facemask. That was an ABSURD throw by Patrick Mahomes.It hit Darrel Williams in the face.That kind of night for the #Chiefs. #SuperBowl pic.twitter.com/SOtwi28hdL— Billy Heyen (@BillyHeyen) February 8, 2021In many ways, that Mahomes fourth-down incompletion summed up the Chiefs' night in a 31-9 loss to the Buccaneers in Super Bowl 55, a defeat in which Mahomes failed to throw a TD for the fifth time in his NFL career. Mahomes was almost immediately pressured by the Buccaneers' dominant defensive front. Despite the near-constant heat, Mahomes scrambled and made something out of nothing. But even after Mahomes did everything he could, his pass-catcher let him down. It was far from the only time.MORE: Patrick Mahomes' mom blames refs for loss The drops started early. The Buccaneers took a 7-3 lead on a late first quarter touchdown from Rob Gronkowski, and the Chiefs had a chance to answer. Mahomes evaded pressure on third down before letting an off-balance toss go toward Kelce. The normally sure-handed tight end dropped it. Tyreek Hill had a drive-killing drop in the first half, too.Oh my, Travis Kelce con un drop.#RunItBack | #SuperBowl pic.twitter.com/auX34Vn64p— Alofoke Deportes (@AlofokeDeportes) February 8, 2021Mahomes needed his receivers to pick him up because of how much he was forced to leave the pocket. The Chiefs have been down their starting right tackle, Mitchell Schwartz, since the first half of the season, but left tackle Eric Fisher injured his Achilles in the AFC title game and missed the Super Bowl, too. Backup linemen weren't the answer for Tampa Bay's strong pass rush.Ndamukong Suh got 1.5 sacks. Shaq Barrett added 1.0, and Vita Vea helped Suh on a combined sack. But it was to Mahomes' credit that he was only sacked thrice. He near-constantly left the pocket in pursuit of greener pastures, often releasing a throw at the last possible instant from a position on the field Tom Brady di[......]

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    Tom Brady has little memory of boat parade, Lombardi trophy toss; admits he was a bit hammered

  • NFL 夜网论坛 Buccaneers American Football You've seen Tom Brady blitzed, and now you've seen Tom Brady blitzed.The Buccaneers quarterback has made a career carving up blitzing defenders, but his seemingly shlossed appearance during Tampa Bay's Super Bowl boat parade made more headlines than the Bucs' 31-10 Super Bowl 55 win.Appearing on "The Late Late Show" with James Corden, Brady went over some of the finer details that he remembered (barely) from the Super Bowl parade, including the now-famed trophy toss. "I don't remember that quite as well," Brady said with a laugh about the trophy toss.Corden asked: What happens if the Lombardi trophy ends up in the water?"First of all, I was not thinking at that moment," Brady said. "There was not a thought. It was, 'This seems like, really fun to do!' Not to mention, when you get your hands on one of those trophies, there are a lot of sharp edges on the bottom, where the stand is."MORE: This NFL QB prospect is getting Tom Brady comparisonsWhen shown the video of Brady being held up by fellow quarterback Ryan Griffin, Brady admits that both sea legs and tequila were at play, and that he couldn't ask for a better friend than Griffin, who helped a wobbly Brady back on land.While the boat parade might not be that memorable for Brady, the season in which he won his seventh championship ring certainly is. He'll be back in Tampa Bay in 2021 for a chance at his eighth.[......]

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    Lamar Jackson chasing 'Superman' Cam Newton for most rushing TDs as a quarterback

  • Night net 夜网论坛 Patriots v Ravens Patriots Ravens American Football Lamar Jackson may be the gold standard for the Night net's rushing quarterbacks in 2020, but he made sure to give credit to the "O.G." this season.In this case, the 'original gangster' Jackson is referring to is Cam Newton. The duo faced off for the first time as starters in the Night net on Week 10's "Sunday Night Football" on NBC when the Patriots host the Ravens. Jackson started watching Newton at Auburn and wanted to be like him.  As far as dual-threat quarterbacks go, Newton has set a high bar in the Night net. He's lived up to his "Superman" moniker that Jackson repeated multiple times in Week 10. Newton's the all-time leading rushing TD scorer among quarterbacks in league history, and while Jackson (along with Kyler Murray and Josh Allen) will likely make a run at it, Newton ran for an additional 12 touchdowns in 2020. He's not making catching him on that leaderboard an easy task, but Jackson can't wait to share the field with him."He's a mobile quarterback. He does his thing," Jackson told media in Week 10. "He won the Heisman, won the college championship, won MVP, went to the Super Bowl. I followed him a lot, wanted to get to where he's at. Now I'm here, now I've got to play against him. I just can't wait to do that." MORE: Remembering the time Lamar Jackson leaped over a defender in collegeWho has the most rushing TDs as a quarterback?Cam Newton has the most rushing touchdowns of any quarterback in Night net history, and he's still adding to his total. After Week 17 of the 2020 season, Newton has run for 70 touchdowns. Here's the list of the top 10 all-time QBs at scoring via the ground:Cam Newton - 70Steve Young - 43Jack Kemp - 40Steve McNair - 37Tobin Rote - 37Michael Vick - 36Randall Cunningham - 35Steve Grogan - 35Daunte Culpepper - 34John Elway, Otto Graham, Y.A. Tittle - 33There's still a decent way to go for a number of the best rushing quarterbacks still active in the Night net. Here's a look at how some of them compare to the best rushing scorers at the QB position all-time (all stats as of Week 17 of the 2020 season).Josh Allen - 25Russell Wilson - 21Lamar Jackson - 19Kyler Murray - 15And in case you were wondering about some of the more crafty, veteran quarterbacks?Aaron Rodgers - 31Drew Brees - 25Tom Brady - 24Comparing Cam Newton to Lamar Jackson as runnersEveryone knows Newton is a threat as a runner, and everyone knows Jackson is a threat as a runner. But that doesn't mean they do it in the same way.Newton is a large man, measuring 6-5 and[......]

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    Vikings draft picks 2021: Who did Minnesota take? Full list of NFL Draft selections

  • NFL Vikings American Football Last year, the Minnesota Vikings had 15 draft picks. They used them to bring an infusion of talent to the team. With that came inexperience and in a shortened offseason due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it took the team a while before they were able to get into a groove, especially on defense.That said, Justin Jefferson could have arguably been the Offensive Rookie of the Year for how he performed at receiver. The Vikings will be looking to land some similarly-talented players in the 2021 NFL Draft, and armed with the No. 14 pick, they should have a chance to land a solid player. The Vikings will probably want to focus on upgrading the trenches considering that their blocking hasn't been great on offense and their pass rush didn't do as well as expected last year. That's why they parted with Yannick Ngakoue midway through the season, and their blocking issues are part of why they parted with Riley Reiff. Upgrades are needed for Minnesota, but they can compete in the NFC North if they can fill their biggest needs and see their young prospects take the next step.Here's a look at the Vikings' picks in the 2021 NFL Draft: MORE NFL DRAFT: Complete 7-round mock | Top 100 big boardVikings draft picks 2021: Who did Minnesota take?Round 1, Pick No. 23: Christian Darrisaw, OT, Virginia TechRound 3, Pick No. 66: Kellen Mond, QB, Texas TechRound 3, Pick No. 78: Chazz Surratt, LB, North CarolinaRound 3, Pick No. 86: Wyatt Davis, OG, Ohio StateRound 3, Pick No. 90: Patrick Jones II, EDGE, PittRound 4, Pick No. 119: Kene Nwangwu, RB, Iowa StateRound 4, Pick No. 125: Camryn Bynum, CB, CaliforniaRound 4, Pick No. 134: Janarius Robinson, DE, Florida StateRound 5, Pick No. 157: Ihmir Smith-Marsette, DT, IowaRound 5, Pick No. 168: Zach Davidson, TE, Central MissouriRound 6, Pick No. 199: Jaylen Twyman, DT, PittsburghVikings 2021 NFL Draft orderRoundPick123 (from Jets)32 (from Jets)315322 (from Jets)327 (from Ravens)414420 (from Bears)429 (from Bills)513524 (from Steelers through Ravens)615639 (Compensatory Selection)714 (Choice Forfeited)MORE:  Read the latest NFL Draft news at SN's draft HQVikings NFL Draft needsOffensive line: Currently, Rashod Hill is penciled in as the starter at left tackle. He's a fine swing tackle, but starting him probably wouldn't go well. The team could also use help at the left guard spot. Going after a guy like Christian Darrisaw or Alijah Vera-Tucker at 14 makes a lot of sense.Edge rusher: With Ngakoue gone, Danielle Hunter is the only consistent pass rusher that the Vikings have. They averaged just 1.4 sacks per game last year (fifth-worst in the NFL) so targeting a counterpart for Hunter would be a good move.Defensive tackle: Minnesota addressed this area by adding D[......]

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    Buccaneers pick Florida's Kyle Trask, potential Tom Brady successor, in 2021 NFL Draft

  • NFL Buccaneers American Football Kyle Trask is staying in the Sunshine State.The Florida quarterback was selected with the final pick in the second round of the 2021 NFL Draft on Friday. He landed with the Buccanee夜网论坛rs, and, well . . . There's a guy named Tom Brady currently rostered with the Bucs, and he's coming off his seventh Super Bowl victory and first with Tampa Bay. Brady also inked a contract extension this offeason, locking him into the Bucs for at least one more season, through 2022.  With the No. 64 overall pick in the 2021 @NFLDraft, the @Buccaneers select QB Kyle Trask!📺: 2021 #NFLDraft on NFLN/ESPN/ABC pic.twitter.com/2axtPmr0Zx— NFL (@NFL) May 1, 2021Trask was once considered a potential first-round QB, but questions about arm strength, mobility and mechanics landed him at pick No. 64 and as a backup to Brady. Not a bad spot to land if he's strictly a pocket passer, as he gets to play behind arguably the greatest pocket passer in NFL history.MORE: Full list of Buccaneers draft picksHe had a monster season as a Gators senior in 2020, tossing the ball to first-round picks Kyle Pitts and Kadarius Toney. Trask threw 43 touchdowns to just eight interceptions.The NFL world reacted accordingly to the  completely non-existent quarterback controversy in Tompa Bay.The Bucs take QB Kyle Trask out of Florida to succeed Tom Brady in 2029.— Field Yates (@FieldYates) May 1, 2021Tom Brady is never going to shake Kyle Trask’s hand. pic.twitter.com/jXyPVuHz03— Brandon Lee Gowton (@BrandonGowton) May 1, 2021QB Kyle Trask to the #Buccaneers, who will trade him to another team in three years as they prepare to sign 46-year-old Tom Brady to another extension.— Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) May 1, 2021I love Kyle Trask to TB.Trask has started 2 seasons of football since the age of like 14, and one of them was elite.You HAVE TO think he still has more to give, and now gets to learn from the bench behind Brady.— Sam Monson (@PFF_Sam) May 1, 2021Bucs are taking Gators quarterback Kyle Trask at No. 64. Tom Brady has a new backup and potential successor.— Greg Auman (@gregauman) May 1, 2021Kyle Trask was 2 years old when Tom Brady was drafted. Brady legitimately won his first Super Bowl before his backup knew how to pee in a toilet.— Jeff Howe (@jeffphowe) May 1, 2021[......]

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    Why did Jerry Jones pour salt on a McGriddle in bizarre 'Hard Knocks' moment? SN investigates

  • NFL Cowboys American Football Jerry Jones is a little salty.Tuesday night's premier episode of "Hard Knocks" featured several informative and fascinating moments: Dak Prescott spoke at length about his gruesome anke injury, special teams coach John Fassell explained vasectomies and CeeDee Lamb implored defenders "not to hit me in the nuts." Perhaps the most fascinating, the most perplexing, the most confounding peek behind the Cowboys' training-camp curtain was Cowboys boss Jones slathering a McGriddle in table salt.Following a phone conversation surrounding Dak Prescott's shoulder injury, the apparently salty Jones decided to get more salty, slathering a blurred-out McGriddle with table salt. Jerry Jones putting salt on a McGriddle. WTF lol #HardKnocks pic.twitter.com/EXEk8Vz8tb— gifdsports (@gifdsports) August 11, 2021But why, Jerrah? Why?SN investigates. *Law and Order sound.*Per the McDonald's website, a McGriddle already has 1290 mg of sodium, or over 50 percent of the suggested daily consumption. So why exactly did Jerry Jones pour salt all over the delicious (and unhealthy) breakfast sandwich?Remember our subject: This is Jerry Jones, after all. The Cowboys owner has long been known to make a questionable decision or two. He did fire Jimmy Johnson, after all, a move that still enrages Dallas faithful over 20 years later.RELATED: Recapping episode 1 of Hard KnocksThere's really nothing on the McDonald's menu that 夜网论坛needs more salt, after all. Millions served, billions in daily sodium values. To complicate matters, senior citizens should avoid high-sodium diets in their older age. Bad for the heart, and all.You know what? It's probably better not to question Jerry Jones. This one is a cold case, folks.Case closed. *Law and Order sound.*Some others weighed in on the (somewhat disgusting) sight of pouring salt on the sandwich:I wish I could describe the sheer unadulterated power I felt radiate from the screen watching 90 year old Jerry Jones shake uncut table salt onto a sausage egg cheese McGriddle.#HardKnocks— Black Sabre Jr. (@_blacksabrejr) August 11, 2021Jerry Jones salting his McGriddle on #HardKnocks: There is literally NOT ONE THING on a McDonald's menu that needs *more* salt.— Jason Smith (@howaboutafresca) August 11, 2021Hard Knocks literally showed Dak Prescott breaking his leg and it wasn’t nearly as gross as this clip of Jerry Jones putting salt on a McGriddle pic.twitter.com/NpMc2g6vyI— Korked Bats (@korkedbats) August 11, 2021Big fan of Jerry Jones using the “I’m gonna let you get back to work i know you are busy” while on the phone so he could go eat his sausage McGriddle. Truly admirable and it’s one of the reasons why Jerry is so successful. I will be working that line into my arsenal[......]

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    Drafting Najee Harris should not lead Steelers to overemphasize 'commitment' to running game

  • NFL Steelers American Football Steelers team president Art Rooney II does not commonly interact with the public on the subject of the organization’s football plans. There usually is a postseason talk with reporters, and occasionally he will take questions directly from the fan base in an event organized by Steelers Nation United. So when he says something substantial about the state of the Steelers, it tends to gain attention.“We have to start with a commitment to the running game,” Rooney told reporters in January. “And that’s something that I’m not sure we’ve always had.” “We’ve got to be a lot better in running,” Rooney told fans two months later. “Certainly we don’t want to see the Pittsburgh Steelers being last in the league in rushing again, ever.”MORE: Where do Steelers fit in SN's latest NFL Power Rankings? These can be two different things, and it’s essential the Steelers don't confuse them. A commitme夜网论坛nt to running the ball need not be the same as a commitment to being good at running the ball. Super Bowl champions tends to understand the difference.The football people in the organization responded to Rooney’s challenges with a variety of actions that climaxed with the selection of All-American running back Najee Harris of Alabama with the 24th pick in the 2021 NFL Draft, followed by three selections designed to offer more flexibility and depth with the blocking schemes up front.“We were very excited that he was there for us. When we went through our scenarios, it was an easy decision by us to say if Najee Harris is available, we will pick him,” general manager Kevin Colbert told reporters. “He’s an exciting player. He’s a three-dimensional running back. … It was easy to identify him, quite honestly.”Now the trick is not to be seduced or coerced into an overemphasis on the run.The Steelers ranked last in the league in rushing in the 2021 season, as Rooney referenced. That statistic specifically refers to total rushing yards gained. However easy it is to gauge, it can be a deceptive measure of a team’s efficacy in that category.A team can fare poorly in total rushing yards and still be at least acceptable, and possibly even exceptional with its running game.A more accurate measure of a team’s ability to run the ball would be yards per attempt. In that category, the Steelers also finished last. It’s hard to be terrible in that department and still be a fully functioning offense. Their abject misery on average — 3.6 yards per carry — was a half-yard poorer than any other team that entered the 2020 playoffs with a winning record.In the past decade, only three other teams finished last in yards per carry and still finished above the .500 mark, only two others reached the playoffs and only the 2011 Ne[......]

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    Strength of schedule for all 32 NFL teams: Which teams have the hardest, easiest schedule for 2021?

  • NFL American Football Right on schedule, it's the 2021 NFL schedule.Not too long after the conclusion of the 2021 NFL Draft, the league is releasing its slate of games for all 32 NFL squads for this upcoming year.  But who has the easiest path to success? Who has the hardest? While we don't know where exactly these games are lining up on the slate just yet, the opponents for the 2021 season have long been known by the way that NFL formulates its schedule. There's a small twist, too: The NFL has added 17th regular season game added to the slate this year, which is based on another addition to the existing formula which helps make the schedules. Here's how the strength of schedule for all 32 teams breaks down:MORE 2021 OFFSEASON:NFL Draft grades | Winners & losers | Power rankingsWho has the toughest NFL schedule in 2021?The Pittsburgh Steelers, coming off a 12-4 season, have the most difficult schedule to navigate in 2021, with their opponents' 2020 win percentage at .574.In addition to playing a difficult AFC North, the Steelers have to tango with the Seahawks, Packers and Chiefs this year, all teams who were playoff teams in 2020.The Seahawks were the 17th opponent added for the league's expanded schedule.HomeAwayBaltimore RavensBaltimore RavensCincinnati BengalsCincinnati BengalsCleveland BrownsCleveland BrownsChicago BearsBuffalo BillsDenver BroncosGreen Bay PackersDetroit LionsKansas City ChiefsLas Vegas RaidersLos Angeles ChargersSeattle SeahawksMinnesota VikingsTennessee Titans—The Steelers won't be walking an easy road in the AFC North, per usual: The Browns and Bengals are both much improved squads, with Lamar Jackson and the Ravens providing a good division fight twice a year.Who has the easiest NFL schedule in 2021?On the other side of Pennsylvania, fly, Eagles, fly: Nick Sirianni and the Philadelphia Eagles have the easiest schedule for 2021. Their opponents' 2020 winning percentage sits at .451.Playing against a weak — but improving — NFC East, the Eagles also draw the Lions, Broncos and Jets. They do have some difficult home games, with the 49ers and defending champion Bucs entering the building.HomeAwayDallas CowboysDallas CowboysNew York GiantsNew York GiantsWashington Football TeamWashington Football TeamKansas City ChiefsAtlanta FalconsLos Angeles ChargersCarolina PanthersNew Orleans SaintsDenver BroncosSan Francisco 49ersDetroit LionsTampa Bay BuccaneersLas Vegas Raiders—New York JetsThe Giants could provide for a difficult hurdle in the division, with the offense loaded with talent entering Year 3 of the Daniel Jones Era. The Cowboys are also returning Dak Prescott under center after a devastating ankle injury, while the NFC East-winning Washington Football Team is looking to prove last year's division win wasn't a fluke.2021 NFL strength of schedule rankingsWith a 17th[......]

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