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    Super Bowl LII: Vikings - Patriots

    Brady and Belichick secure championship number six.

    Patriots are back to back champions once more

    Vikings 15, Patriots 31
    Tom Brady: 29-33 (87.9%), 285 yards, 3 touchdowns
    Case Keenum: 10-23 (43.5%), 114 yards, 1 touchdown
    Dion Lewis: 23 rush, 85 yards, 3.7 average, 1 touchdown
    Rob Gronkowski: 6 receptions, 56 yards, 9.3 average, 1 touchdown
    Phillip Dorsett: 4 receptions, 104 yards, 26.0 average, 1 touchdown

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    NFL MVP: Tom Brady, Patriots - 4,577 yards, 66.2% completion, 32 touchdowns, 8 interceptions


    Offensive POY: Todd Gurley, Rams - 2,093 total yards, 9.5 yards per touch, 19 total touchdowns


    Defensive POY: Calais Campbell, Jaguars - 67 total tackles, 14.5 sacks, 3 forced fumbles


    Offensive ROY: Alvin Kamara, Saints - 1554 total yards, 8.1 yards per touch, 13 total touchdowns


    Defensive ROY: Marshon Lattimore, Saints - 52 total tackles, 5 interceptions, 1 defensive touchdown, 1 forced fumble


    Special Teams POY: Greg Zuerlein, Rams - 38 of 40 field goals (95%), long of 56 yards


    Coach of the Year: Sean McVay, Rams - 11-5 record, 1st scoring offense

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    SB matchup was opposite of what I wanted.

    Preference for vet QB or R1 draft pick?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mudcat View Post
    SB matchup was opposite of what I wanted.

    Preference for vet QB or R1 draft pick?
    Really don't know yet. May end up being both, I'm planning on moving on from Osweiler and Siemian. So maybe Lynch v. Veteran v. Early round pick?

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    Coaching Carousel Recap

    Patriots win Super Bowl but lose both coordinators in Matt Patricia and Josh McDaniels

    Noteworthy Coaching Changes


    Chicago Bears
    Lost: HC John Fox (fired), OC Dowell Loggains (took another job), DC Vic Fangio (fired)
    Hired: HC Pat Shurmur (MIN OC), OC Terry Robiskie (TEN OC), DC Jerry Gray (MIN DB coach)

    Cincinnati Bengals
    Lost: DC Paul Guenther (took another job)
    Hired: DC Raheem Morris (ATL Asst. HC)

    Denver Broncos
    Lost: OC Mike McCoy/Bill Musgrave (fired/reassigned), STC Brock Olivo (fired)
    Hired: OC Alex Van Pelt (GB QB coach), STC Craig Aukerman (TEN Asst. STC)

    Cleveland Browns
    Hired: OC Tom Rathman (SF RB coach 2016)


    Arizona Cardinals
    Lost: HC Bruce Arians (retired)
    Hired: HC James Bettcher (ARI DC), DC Bob Sanders (ARI LB coach)


    Indianapolis Colts
    Lost: HC Chuck Pagano (fired), DC Ted Monachino (fired)
    Hired: HC Josh McDaniels (NE OC), DC Brian Flores (NE LB coach)

    Miami Dolphins
    Lost: OC Clyde Christensen (reassigned)
    Hired: OC Dowell Loggains (CHI OC)

    Philadelphia Eagles
    Lost: DC Jim Schwartz (took another job)
    Hired: DC Jack Del Rio (OAK HC)


    New York Giants
    Lost: HC Ben McAdoo (fired), OC Mike Sullivan (fired)
    Hired: HC Jim Schwartz (PHI DC), OC John DeFilippo (PHI QB coach)

    New York Jets
    Lost: OC John Morton (fired)
    Hired: OC Mike Mularkey (TEN HC)


    Detroit Lions
    Lost: HC Jim Caldwell (fired), OC Jim Bob Cooter (took another job)
    Hired: HC Matt Patricia (NE DC), OC Tom Cable (SEA OL coach)

    Green Bay Packers
    Lost: OC Edgar Bennett (fired), DC Dom Capers (fired)
    Hired: OC Wade Wilson (DAL QB coach), DC Chuck Pagano (IND HC)

    New England Patriots
    Lost: OC Josh McDaniels (took another job), DC Matt Patricia (took another job)
    Hired: OC Chad O'Shea (NE WR coach), DC Stephen Belichick (NE DB coach)


    Oakland Raiders
    Lost: HC Jack Del Rio (fired), OC Todd Downing (fired), DC Ken Norton, Jr./John Pagano (fired), STC Brad Seely (fired)
    Hired: HC Jon Gruden (TB HC 2008), OC Bob Bratkowski (TEN WR coach), DC Paul Guenther (CIN DC), STC Rich Bisaccia (DAL STC)

    Los Angeles Rams
    Lost: DC Wade Phillips (retirement)
    Hired: DC Romeo Crennel (HOU Asst. HC)


    Tennessee Titans
    Lost: HC Mike Mularkey (fired), OC Terry Robiskie (fired)
    Hired: HC Jim Bob Cooter (DET OC), DC Alan Williams (DET DB coach)

    Minnesota Vikings
    Lost: OC Pat Shurmur (took another job)
    Hired: OC Tony Sparano (MIN OL coach)
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    That Pats' offense

    Too bad we lost both coordinators in the off-season

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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Canada View Post
    That Pats' offense

    Too bad we lost both coordinators in the off-season
    It's a real possibility this offseason

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    Broncos Cut Aqib Talib Ahead of Free Agency

    Aqib Talib is Denver's first offseason casualty.

    Denver parts ways with Pro Bowl CB Talib

    Broncos general manager confirmed that the team released their Pro Bowl starting cornerback Aqib Talib after four seasons with the team.

    "We are beyond appreciative of everything Aqib has done for us," Elway stated in a press release. "It's a business move, and we wish him the best."

    Talib acknowledged that his time could be up at season's end, noting that his status is "up in the air" with two other big-name corners in Bradley Roby and Chris Harris, Jr. set to make money. Talib, who turned 32 in February, was the odd man out. This all but guarantees a major extension for Roby this offseason.

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    NFL Retirements

    Cardinals QB Carson Palmer highlights the list of retirements.

    Notable Retirements
    ARI QB Carson Palmer, 39 years old, 15 years
    IND HB Frank Gore, 35 years old, 13 years pro
    LAC TE Antonio Gates, 38 years old, 15 years pro
    BAL TE Ben Watson, 38 years old, 14 years pro
    MIA TE Anthony Fasano, 34 years old, 12 years pro
    CIN OT Eric Winston, 35 years old, 12 years pro
    CAR DE Julius Peppers, 38 years old, 16 years pro
    SEA DE Dwight Freeney, 38 years old, 16 years pro
    NE LB James Harrison, 40 years old, 16 years pro
    ARI LB Karlos Dansby, 37 years old, 14 years pro
    MIN CB Terrence Newman, 40 years old, 15 years pro
    CAR SS Mike Adams, 37 years old, 14 years pro
    OAK K Sebastian Janikowski, 40 years old, 18 years pro
    ARI K Phil Dawson, 43 years old, 20 years pro

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    NFL Pre-Free Agency Cuts

    The Bills move on from Tyrod Taylor despite solid season.

    Notable Cuts
    CHI QB Mike Glennon
    CIN CB Dre Kirkpatrick
    BUF QB Tyrod Taylor
    DEN CB Aqib Talib
    ARI OG J.R. Sweezy
    PHI C Stefen Wisniewski
    PHI WR Torrey Smith
    ATL OG Andy Levitre
    NYG WR Brandon Marshall
    NYG OG John Jerry
    NYJ HB Matt Forte
    CAR OT Matt Kalil
    NE TE Dwayne Allen
    MIN OT Mike Remmers

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