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Execs predict who will be the No. 1 NFL draft pick in 2019

A panel of execs sees two positions and a short list of players as candidates for the top overall pick. Plus, insights on teams that might be making that selection.

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McShay's Top 32 NFL prospects: Bama DL rising

Alabama havoc-creator Quinnen Williams leaps up the updated ranking of the top prospects for April's NFL draft.

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Matthew Berry's Love/Hate for Week 12

Did you make a trade you regret this season? Or did you drop a player who became a star? You've got plenty of company. Matthew shares some notable examples and provides his usual lineup-related advice for Week 12.

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Fantasy football Week 12 rankings

Who's the No. 1 QB for Week 12? Check out rankings from Matthew Berry, Field Yates, Mike Clay, Eric Karabell, Stephania Bell and Tristan H. Cockcroft.

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NFL evaluators make picks on Week 12's best games

Who wins Falcons-Saints, Seahawks-Panthers, Browns-Bengals, Steelers-Broncos and Packers-Vikings?

Prime-time Parlay: Straight-up picks for this week's biggest games

Prime-time Parlay is your FPI-based guide that predicts the results of all the biggest NFL games of Week 12.

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What's behind the fire that fuels Michael Thomas?

What's the origin of Michael Thomas' competitive streak, the likes of which Drew Brees says he has never seen? A never-ending need to make himself feel undervalued -- and prove his haters, real or self-made, wrong.

The bow on Drew Brees' historic career? An MVP trophy in epic season

The 39-year-old Brees is having an extraordinary season, and the Saints are the league's best team. Put No. 9 at No. 1 in the right-minded MVP standings.

Insiders predict: Who's going to win the NFC East?

The Redskins are starting a backup quarterback. The Eagles are dysfunctional. And the Giants dug too deep a hole. So will the Cowboys prevail?

Cowboys' Leon Lett defined by more than one play 25 years ago

Lett's blunders were memorable, but those who played with him and now play for him on the Cowboys' D-line remember the talent most of all.

Adrian Peterson's legend began in the Cowboys' backyard

Fifteen years later, on the eve of a special game in his home state, Peterson looks back at the days when he became the can't-miss star recruit.

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