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Ezekiel Elliott’s minor car accident is a good omen for his game vs. Packers - SBNation.com
Elliott was involved in a fender bender near the Cowboys’ practice facility Wednesday, and it isn’t his first.

Vince Wilfork says Tom Brady 'can stick with avocados' but he's a 'meat man' - SBNation.com
A man who absolutely looks like he hates vegetables, hates vegetables.

NFL playoff picks and predictions 2017: Experts give edge to Cowboys, Steelers in divisional play - SBNation.com
The Falcons and Patriots are also expected to cruise.

Sean McDermott’s player-friendly approach is perfect for the Bills - SBNation.com
McDermott will adapt his scheme to fit his personnel.

Vance Joseph’s hire shows Broncos will continue to be defense-first team - SBNation.com
Joseph, who reportedly signed a four-year deal, has never been a head coach before, but he has years of experience with NFL defenses.

Jadeveon Clowney became a monster when the Texans made him an outside linebacker - SBNation.com
Jadeveon Clowney is finally the player we all expected him to be thanks to a confluence of events that put him in his natural position.

Bill Belichick and Romeo Crennel's shared passion for football comes full circle in the NFL playoffs - SBNation.com
The four matchups in the divisional round all feature familiar faces in different places. That could have a big impact on the outcome of this week’s games.

Chargers will move to Los Angeles, according to report - SBNation.com
The Chargers are expected to leave San Diego after 56 years.

Watch: Best of Punter Bryan Anger
Watch some of punter Bryan Anger's best highlights from the 2016 season.

Return On Investment: Special Teams

Bucs' Top 3 Offensive Players of 2016
Pro Football Focus ranks the Bucs’ top offensive players from the 2016 season.

Bucs DE Noah Spence To Undergo Shoulder Surgery | Pewter Report
Earlier this week we learned that Bucs defensive end Noah Spence will undergo shoulder surgery to repair a torn labrum he played with most of the season.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive end Noah Spence undergoing shoulder surgery
Buccaneers DE Noah Spence is undergoing surgery to repair a torn labrum in his right shoulder, a source told ESPN.

Bucs' Noah Spence having surgery to repair torn labrum | Tampa Bay Times
Bucs rookie defensive end Noah Spence, who ranked among the NFL's rookie leaders with 5.5 sacks this season, is having surgery today to repair a torn labrum in his right shoulder.