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Who wins the AFC West in 2017?

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Defense won a Super Bowl for the Broncos in 2015 but couldn’t get them into the playoffs in 2016. Denver finished 9-7 because the Broncos fielded the worst offense in the division.

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Now that Seattle has put Marshawn Lynch on the reserve/retired list, Seahawks’ fans are wondering if his next move into the Hall of Fame. We answered that in February but thought it worth posting again … especially with fans asking what his Hall-of-Fame value is now.

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The Hall of Fame’s Class of 2021 already is shaping up as another remake of Star Wars, with guys like Peyton Manning, Charles Woodson and Calvin Johnson among the first-year eligibles.

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Our listeners and readers say Gronkowski will lead NFL in TDs

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Who will lead the NFL in touchdowns this season — Marshawn Lynch? Dez Bryant? Jamaal Charles?

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Adrian Peterson returns to the Vikings in 2015 at 30 years of age with fresh legs.

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Can DeMarco Murray become the NFL’s first repeat rushing champion since LaDainian Tomlinson?

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(Photo courtesy of the St. Louis Rams) Talk of Fame Network A year ago, defensive tackle Aaron Donald was the most decorated defensive player at the annual NFL scouting combine. He won the Lombardi, Bednarik, Nagurski and Outland Trophy awards and was named the ACC’s Defensive Player of the Year. Still, scouts hedged on him, …

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(Photos courtesy of the Seattle Seahawks) Talk of Fame Network Congratulations, Pete Carroll. You may not have won a Super Bowl, but you won our weekly poll. Yes, with 59 percent of the vote, Seattle’s head coach carried the election for pro football’s worst-ever play call by choosing to throw for the winning touchdown in …

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 (Photos courtesy of the Seattle Seahawks) By Clark Judge Talk of Fame Network People tell me that Pete Carroll didn’t work out in New England because he wasn’t more demanding of his players, because he wasn’t involved more in personnel decisions and because he wasn’t more like his predecessor, Bill Parcells. Maybe, but they forget …

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