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Who should the Kansas City Chiefs draft 1st overall? Texas A&M Luke Joeckel may be the top prospect, but slim pickings among QBs mean the decision in K.C. is far from clear-cut.
After Joe Flacco went from middle-of-the-road to Super Bowl XLVII MVP, we decided to ask our One-on-One debaters who will play that role next year. They hash it out between Jay Cutler and Matt Ryan.
2012 was the year of the rookie QB, but QBs on "D" like Luke Kuechly and Bobby Wagner could replace aging vets as much as the offensive QBs. PFW brings you three under-the-radar stories from 2012.
From the Ravens defying momentum's role in the Super Bowl to Luck's leadership in the Colts' resurgence, Eric Edholm and Kevin Fishbain run the PFW Spin Cycle on the 2012-13 season.
Should Jimmy Smith have been called for holding? Who would have been MVP if the 49ers won? Can the Ravens repeat? Eric Edholm and Kevin Fishbain tie up the loose ends from Super Bowl XLVII.
The Seahawks gave Matt Flynn starting QB money to come to Seattle, then he was beaten out for the starting job by Russell Wilson. Will the Seahawks keep him at a backup or trade him?
Alex Smith didn't get off to a good start. But when Jim Harbaugh came to San Fran, Smith became one of the NFL's most efficient QBs. After being replaced by Colin Kaepernick, will he be traded?
The Chiefs were the worst team in football last year. But after a 2-14 season, fans have voted them the last-place team with the most to look forward to this offseason.
Eric Edholm offers up a few heroes and goats from Super Bowl XLVII, including Jacoby Jones, whose two explosive TDs could have easily earned him the MVP award.
Eight NFL teams finished in last place in 2012, though some teams had worse years than others. But with an offseason of change ahead of them, which last-place team has the most to look forward to?
With a familial coaching battle and 53 players on each sideline, there hasn't been much attention paid to the front office, where Trent Baalke and Ozzie Newsome are two of the game's best GMs.
He didn't just humiliate himself in the week leading up to Super Bowl XLVII. When 49ers CB Chris Culliver set foot on the Superdome turf Sunday, he didn't make things better.
Joe Flacco led the Ravens to a Super Bowl XLVII over the 49ers, completing a jaw-dropping string of postseason performances that are sure to land him a huge new contract.
All the talk is about the Harbaugh brothers, but the non-related "Smith Brothers," Aldon and Justin, could make a sizable impact on Super Bowl XLVII as well.
Forgive us for looking forward already. But with QBs in their mid-20s and other skill players even younger on both sides, could the Ravens and 49ers be dominant for a while?
For this week's Voice of the Fan, we asked you who you think will win Super Bowl XLVII. It was a close race, but Jim Harbaugh's 49ers are the popular pick to win it all.
Tuesday, Ray Lewis was accused of using performance-enhancing drugs to help recover from his triceps injury. Preparing for his final career game, he laughed it off, saying the accusation is foolish.
President Obama said that if he had a son, he'd think hard before letting him play football. Players like Ed Reed reacted to the President's comments thinking of their children -- and themselves.
Commissioner Roger Goodell spoke to the media Friday addressing problems he's addressing in the NFL like player safety, and problems that have already been addressed but not solved.