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The Baker’s Dozen, Week 8: Rams rise to the challenge, Browns fire coaches

In this week’s edition of The Baker’s Dozen: the Rams rise to the challenge, the Browns fire their coaches, and more takeaways from Week 8 in the NFL.

The Baker’s Dozen, Week 7: Ravens, Eagles, and Browns do Falcons no favors

The Ravens, Eagles, and Browns all failed to defeat their NFC South opponents this week, and more takeaways from Week 7 of the 2018 NFL season in this week’s edition of The Baker’s Dozen.

The Baker’s Dozen, Week 6: Raiders are officially the worst, Bears lose to Osweiler, Packers pull off comeback

The Raiders are officially the worst, the Bears lost to Brock Osweiler, and the Packers pulled off a great comeback on MNF. We bring you all the best takes from Week 6 of the 2018 NFL season.

The Baker’s Dozen, Week 5: Rams hold on, Chiefs take control, Eagles falter

The Rams held on against the Seahawks, the Chiefs won the battle of AFC heavyweights, and more takeaways from all the NFL action in Week 5’s edition of The Baker’s Dozen.

The Baker’s Dozen, Week 4: Rams shine, Bears dominate, Bills return to badness

The Rams proved their the best team in the NFL, the Bears laid waste to the Bucs, and the Bills returned to badness. Here are all the biggest takeaways from Week 4 in the NFL.

The Baker’s Dozen, Week 3: Browns get a win, Bills pull off the crazy upset, Fitzmagic ends

What an exciting and strange Week 3 it has been. Get caught up on everything that happened in the NFL this week with our weekly column: The Baker’s Dozen.

The NFL Votes To Extend The Trade Deadline, Finally

NFL Suspends Four Players For Roles In Bounty Scandal

The End Of Kickoffs In The NFL May Be Nigh

Gregg Williams Audio Surfaces, And It's A Doozy

The Falcoholic reacts to audio of Gregg Williams' speech to New Orleans Saints players and its implications for the NFL.

A Reminder That Nike Unveils The New NFL Jerseys Tomorrow

Saints Coach Sean Payton Suspended For One Year

The Falcoholic offers its take on the suspension of Saints coach Sean Payton.

Hines Ward Hangs It Up

Peyton Manning Heads To Broncos

Rams Sign Kendall Langford

Mario Williams Signs With Buffalo Bills

Mario Williams is headed to the Buffalo Bills. The Atlanta Falcons must continue to search for a pass rusher.

The Winners And Losers Of The First Day Of NFL Free Agency

After the first day of free agency, there are a few definite winners and losers in the NFL. The Falcoholic runs it down.

The NFL Arrives At A $120.6 Million Cap Number For 2012

The Atlanta Falcons should be happy about the new NFL salary cap. It gives teams hungry for a big free agent signing a little more room.

The NFL Is Scrambling To Increase The Salary Cap

The NFL salary cap may increase. That's good news for the Atlanta Falcons, who could use a few million more dollars.

The NFL's Drought Days Begin Now

The NFL's dead zone begins today. The Falcoholic is here to guide readers through it.

What Will Make Today's Games Worth Watching For Falcons Fans

Bearing Down On The Bears: Will Jay Cutler Save Or Doom Chicago?

The Falcoholic takes a closer look at the Chicago Bears in advance of the weekend's game against the Atlanta Falcons. Jay Cutler will be a key player, Dave Choate writes.

The NFL And Atlanta Falcons Bloodletting Open Thread

The Falcoholic opens up the discussion floodgates for NFL roster cuts. Every team in the league must trim down to 80 by the end of the day.

Around the NFC South: Panther Report

New NFL Collective Bargaining Agreement Formally Ratified

The new NFL collective bargaining agreement has been ratified. The Falcoholic is in a celebratory mood.

Lockout Almost Officially Over: Also, Dave Was Wrong

The lockout is almost officially over, so long as the player vote passes. Football is finally back.

Could Monday Be The Final Day For The NFL Labor Deal?

Will this be The Falcoholic's second-to-last lockout update? Dave Choate fervently hopes so.

Labor Deal Momentum Slowing Just Before The End Zone?

The NFL lockout drags on just a little longer. The Falcoholic is still on an emotional roller coaster.

Will The Lockout Make For Lesser Football?

Will the NFL lockout affect the quality of play in the NFL this upcoming season? The Falcoholic can't help but wonder.

Sources: Two Days Of Labor Talks Left To Go

According to multiple news outlets, an NFL labor accord should be here by next week. The Falcoholic struggles to contain its enthusiasm.

Like All Terrible Things, The Lockout Is Ending Soon

The NFL lockout is almost over, according to multiple reports. The Falcoholic waits with bated breath.

NFL Labor Talks Zero Hour Is July 15

The Falcoholic explains why it would behoove both sides to end the NFL lockout by the time Friday is over.

More Lockout Junk: Bears' Player Rep Says Season Will Happen

Report: NFL To Consider Post-Lockout Negotiations With RFA

The NFL's owners have bandied about a proposal that would give teams an exclusive negotiating window with free agents after the lockout ends. The Falcoholic likes the idea.

DeMaurice Smith: NFL Labor Deal Not Close

DeMaurice Smith just told a group of 50 Pro Bowl players that the lockout may stretch on. Great, says The Falcoholic.

Predicting The NFL Playoff Field Irresponsibly Early

The Falcoholic asks readers to predict every team that will make the playoffs in 2011. Yes, we know it's way too early.


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