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New England’s star quarterback has given his team a little more flexibility in spending.
New England’s offensive coordinator says he’s happy where he is, but at least one NFL team is seriously interested in interviewing him.
Let’s take a look at the good, the bad and the ugly of Week 15. Here are the four takeaways you need to know from Sunday.
The New England Patriots are on a clear path to the playoffs and could possibly end up representing the AFC in the Super Bowl. The Miami Dolphins are still fighting for a playoff spot and need every win they can get so this is a huge game for them. Dan Fouts of CBS Sports knows what it’s like to play in must-win games, and he spoke on the big AFC East match-up.
Prosecutors have listed 305 people on their list of those who may testify.
The 2014 NFL regular season is rounding a curve toward its end, and some teams are beginning to distance themselves from the pack. Now, there is going to be a potential Super Bowl match-up between the Green Bay Packers and New England Patriots. CBS Sports Tracy Wolfson talks how this weekend’s game pitting Tom Brady against Aaron Rodgers may go.
“I am extrememly confident in our staff,” Marc Trestman says.
Lance Briggs is dealing with a rib injury, while Kyle Fuller has a broken hand and a hip pointer.
So, you’re saying there’s a chance?
Everyone is perplexed by the Bears’ struggles, Da Coach included.
Who said Bill Belichick’s dull press conferences weren’t good for anything?
These failures are systemic for Chicago.
Phil Emery and Marc Trestman made this mess. They’re dealing with the repercussions.
Houston suffered a season-ending ACL tear while celebrating a sack.
Jordan Mills could be moved to left guard, general manager Phil Emery says.
Brady called New England’s win against Chicago “one of the most fun days we’ve ever had on the football field.”
There must be some serious soul-searching by the Bears on their bye week.
The 38 points Chicago allowed in the first half set a franchise record for futility.
‘We’re not paid to play,” Marc Trestman says. “We’re paid to win.”
Lamarr Houston is set to have an MRI on his knee, while Matt Slauson left with his right arm in a sling.