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Bell to bounce back this week.

Le'Veon Bell has struggled the first two weeks but Field Yates says that this is the breakout week for the RB.

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CTE not an excuse for Hernandez's crimes.

Stephen A. Smith agrees that CTE is a legitimate issue, but he does not believe it should diminish the murder conviction Aaron Hernandez was serving a life sentence for.

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Eagles can control line of scrimmage against Giants.

Darren Woodson and Herm Edwards like Philadelphia's chances to control the game when they take on New York.

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Could the NFL force the Chargers to return to San Diego?

The Highly Questionable crew debate the prospect of the Los Angeles Chargers moving back to San Diego because of poor attendance.

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McDermott confident in Watkins trade decision.

Bills coach Sean McDermott says it is hard for fans to watch Sammy Watkins play well for the Rams, but he is extremely confident in the Bills receivers.

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Kellerman calls Rams-49ers best game of the year.

Max Kellerman was pleasantly surprised with how entertaining the Rams-49ers game was in Week 3 and says it was the best game so far this year.

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