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Chris Johnson (football, running back)

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  • Preview: Titans at Chiefs

    Alex Smith has a big new contract and Kansas City is banking that he will eventually lead the Chiefs to some big wins. Smith recently signed a four-year deal worth $68 million and that will only ramp up the expectations as Kansas City opens its season...
  • Jets: Offensive on defense; defensive about offense

    Jets: Offensive on defense; defensive about offense
    When discussing his offense for 2014, New York Jets coach Rex Ryan puts up a brave front, although a few decibels lower than he did with such bravado in recent years. When discussing his defense for 2014, well, it is more like a whisper that, on...
  • Dan Caesar's NFL Week 1 picks

    All times eastern SAINTS AT FALCONS When: 1 p.m. Line: Saints by 3 Synopsis: New Orleans has the nucleus of its high-octane, Drew Brees-led offense back, with TE Jimmy Graham again the big target. Key scatback Darren Sproles now is in Philly but...
  • Greg Cote's Week 1 NFL picks

    Hello again, pro football fans and Upset Bird flock. Welcome back as we begin our 24th season predictions. It all started in 1991. The No. 1 song on the radio was the sappy Bryan Adams ballad, "(Everything I Do) I Do It For You." Moviegoers were making...
  • Gerry Dulac's Week 1 NFL forecast

    Last season record: 168-99 (.629) All times Eastern THURSDAY Green Bay Packers (8-7-1) at Seattle Seahawks (13-3), 8:30 p.m. The Skinny: Blame Seattle's Legion of Boom defense for all those penalty flags in the preseason. The Seahawks' big,...
  • AFC team-by-team preview

    AFC team-by-team preview
    New England Patriots 2013: 12-4, first. Last in playoffs: 2013. They're going all the way: TE Rob Gronkowski is (almost) back — he's still favoring his recovering right knee and is said to be 50-50 for the opener against the Dolphins....
  • New York Jets: Unit-by-unit analysis

    The Sports Xchange New York Jets: Unit-by-unit analysis QUARTERBACKS: Starter -- Geno Smith. Backup -- Michael Vick. The quarterback competition begins now. Receiving three-quarters of the first-team reps in training camp ensured Smith would win the...
  • NFL 2014 preview: Indianapolis Colts will rule again in AFC South

    A new NFL season is dawning and the heirarchy of power in the AFC South is looking pretty familiar. The Colts are still the team to beat, but the Texans are poised to make an improvement over last year's dismal campaign. The predicted order of finish:...
  • AFC East Analysis: Pats on top, Bills on bottom - Part 1

    The Sports Xchange By Frank Cooney, The Sports Xchange EditorsNote: adds byline AFC East Analysis: Pats on top, Bills on bottom In the AFC East for 2014, two things seem certain according to a poll of The Sports Xchange football staff -- the New...
  • Titans' defense struggling in transition to 3-4

    The Sports Xchange NFL Team Report - Tennessee Titans - INSIDE SLANT The Tennessee Titans head into the regular season - their first under the guidance of Ken Whisenhunt - with some questions still to be answered. First and foremost on the list of...
  • Greg Cote's NFL power rankings

    Here is my 2014 ranking of the 32 teams, with last year's regular-season and playoff records in parentheses. As always, these teams' cooperation in helping to make this ranking as accurate as possible will be both hugely appreciated and thoroughly...
  • NFL preview: AFC power rankings, team capsules

    1. Denver Broncos Last season's record: 13-3 The additions of CB Aqib Talib, DE DeMarcus Ware and S T.J. Ward more than offset the losses of WR Eric Decker, CB Champ Bailey and RB Knowshon Moreno. More impressive, the Broncos got better all the way...