Post-mortem

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Post-Mortem: Philip Rivers can't save you

If we can just reorganize the playoffs so the Colts only play AFC South teams, they'll definitely win the Super Bowl! Also, the Saints and Chargers learned the value of scoring points in the first...

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NFL's four losers: Second chances, second failures

It's been 23 years now since the Bengals won a playoff game, and almost that long for the Chiefs. Post-Mortem returns to examine the misery of the two along with the Packers and Eagles.

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Post-Mortem: A horrific proposal

It's great for Drew Brees. It's terrible for the Bucs, and every non-Saints fan with dignity. Post-Mortem wraps up its regular season examination of the week's losers.

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Post-Mortem: Russell Wilson, exposed!

Russell Wilson had the worst game of his professional career in Week 16, and we want to understand why. Post-Mortem puts the Seahawks and the rest of last week's losers go on the slab.

Post-Mortem: Could be worse

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Post-Mortem puts this week's losers under the knife to see what went wrong. There's also some perspective in there, like a reminder that Mark Brunell and Patrick Ramsey could still be Washington's...

Post-Mortem: EJ Manuel should've gone to Epcot

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But no, you had to take him to Tampa because it's "cheaper" and "has better painkiller dealers." Post-Mortem looks at what happened on the Bills' Florida trip as well as what went wrong for this...

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Post-Mortem: Being a good guest

Philip Rivers didn't make any noise on Cincinnati's side of the field because he's polite. It also cost the Chargers a win. This week's Post-Mortem has important lessons about manners AND why your...

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Post-Mortem: Help wanted

One thing that was clear in the Colts loss to the Cardinals: they really miss Reggie Wayne. Post-Mortem returns to dissect the Colts, Texans, Lions and the other losing teams from Week 12.

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Post-Mortem: Feast or famine

Which version of the Lions offense showed up last week? The ugly one that doesn't score many points. Post-Mortem breaks down what happened to the Lions and the rest of the Week 11 losers.

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Post-Mortem: Elite company

Colin Kaepernick joined the saddest QB club this week, an elite group that counts David Carr and Curtis Painter among its members. Post-Mortem looks back at where it all went wrong for the 49ers...

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Post-Mortem: Working with Christian Ponder

WARNING: Make sure your emergency eye wash station is functioning before working with Christianponderium.

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Post-mortem: Circle of life

The Falcons are falling apart. Ryan Tannehill is being put back together. And the Rams are intent on letting the good things slip away. Dissecting what went wrong for last week's losers.

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Post-mortem: Remember the backups

You can't run well. You have Kellen Clemens as your quarterback. What do you do? (Other than punt. We know you're gonna punt plenty.)

Week 6 post-mortem: Standard-bearers

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Greg Schiano's continued employment is an insult to Adam Smith's legacy.

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How your team blew it this week

By the time you read this week's Post-Mortem, Matt Flynn may have been signed and cut by up to four different teams.

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NFL post-mortem: Nothing can save you

The post-mortem is back with a closer look at why your team lost this week.

Death by Brian Hoyer

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We're not saying trading for Hoyer is the answer in Washington, but, yes we are saying that.

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Post-mortem, Week 2: Where it all went wrong

SB Nation explains why your NFL team is lying there, cold and dead and stinky as hell.

The Post-Mortem explains why your team lost

Your team lost last week. Condolences. We're here to do the dirty work, so you can understand why and grieve properly.

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