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LOS ANGELES-Going into Friday's news conference in New York, the question was whether Roger Goodell would resign. Coming out of it, the question is whether he will be fired.

Since Aaron Rodgers took over as Green Bay's starting quarterback in 2008, the Packers have beaten the Detroit Lions with regularity — as long as Rodgers has been healthy.

Don't bother asking Buffalo Bills linebacker Brandon Spikes if he was impressed by how Philip Rivers spent last weekend picking apart the Seahawks' "Legion of Boom" defense.

DeSean Jackson provided the Eagles and their fans many thrilling moments during his six seasons in Philadelphia before he was abruptly cut.

Walking off the field after another win, offensive tackles Andrew Whitworth and Andre Smith started lobbing their quarterback for a little love.

In Denver, the offseason was spent with "35" being shouted through the halls of the Broncos' facility as a constant reminder.

When comparing Kansas City Chiefs running backs, it would seem Jamaal Charles has Knile Davis beaten by a mile — or by 5,522 career yards rushing, which is actually 3.1 miles.

The Houston Texans and New York Giants are in familiar territory a couple of weeks into the season.

The Associated Press awards a Comeback Player of the Year in February. Maybe this season the AP should hand out comeback team honors, too.

The New England Patriots have been mediocre in splitting their first two games. Yet they're two-touchdown favorites on Sunday.

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