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  • Enemy Lines: Le'Veon Bell a Sudden Star

    Posted Sep 25, 2014

    After a promising rookie season, a slimmed down Le'Veon Bell has emerged as perhaps the NFL's best running back – LaDainian Tomlinson thinks so – as he leads the league in yards from scrimmage

  • Enemy Lines: Ryan Shows Resiliency

    Posted Sep 17, 2014

    Falcons QB Matt Ryan experienced a losing season for the first time in his NFL career in 2013, but he played well and showed off his leadership skills under some very difficult circumstances

  • Enemy Lines: Robert Quinn

    Posted Sep 11, 2014

    After a one-sack game by the Rams and their vaunted pass rush in Week One, DE Robert Quinn hopes to re-create the type of pressure that created a seven-sack game against the Bucs last December

  • Enemy Lines: Kuechly Eyes a Repeat

    Posted Sep 4, 2014

    LB Luke Kuechly will have a tough time topping his two major awards in two NFL seasons, but he's more focused on an equally elusive team goal – becoming the first back-to-back NFC South champs

  • Enemy Lines: Malcolm Jenkins

    Posted Dec 27, 2013

    The late start time of Sunday’s game gives the Saints a chance to watch the scoreboard, but they remain focused on the Buccaneers, knowing a win will put them in the playoffs no matter what

  • Enemy Lines: Robert Quinn

    Posted Dec 19, 2013

    Rams DE Robert Quinn, the NFC leader with 15.0 sacks, was held in check in last year's Bucs-Rams game by left tackle Donald Penn and company, but he's been frequently unstoppable in 2013

  • Enemy Lines: Colin Kaepernick

    Posted Dec 12, 2013

    Third-year QB Colin Kaepernick has San Francisco at 9-4 and in the thick of the playoff race a year after leading them to the Super Bowl, and he also has the full support of his teammates and coaches

  • Enemy Lines: E.J. Manuel

    Posted Dec 5, 2013

    Rookie QB E.J. Manuel has had a promising first season at the helm of Buffalo's offense, particularly when he's heeded his coaches' advice to get a bit more aggressive while still protecting the football

  • Enemy Lines: Cam Newton

    Posted Nov 28, 2013

    Carolina QB Cam Newton is having yet another extremely productive season, but for the first time it's also translating into a playoff run for the Panthers because Newton isn't trying to do it all himself

  • Enemy Lines: Calvin Johnson

    Posted Nov 21, 2013

    WR Calvin Johnson is in the midst of the most prolific pass-catching stretch in NFL history, and one of the Lions' secrets to unlocking his full potential has been to move him all around the offensive formation