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It marked the first time the organization agreed to change a bird’s name because it was racially offensive.
He risks upsetting the fans, not to mention his offensive line.
Okay, Einav Hart is a good sport, but our goal today isn’t to ask questions that are outright offensive.
Heinicke, who was set to become a restricted free agent in March, said he wanted to stay with Washington because a two-year deal gives him security and he feels comfortable with Coach Ron Rivera and offensive coordinator Scott Turner.
Taking advanced metrics like those into account, Turner’s defensive contributions stand out far more than his traditional offensive numbers do.
MYLES TURNER’S GAME HAS EVOLVED. THE BOX SCORE DOESN’T KNOW IT YET.CHRIS HERRING (CHRIS.HERRING@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)FEBRUARY 10, 2021FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
Mahomes is still the most talented quarterback in the league, and if the Chiefs can fix their battered offensive line, he still has a good shot at getting back to the Super Bowl.
The Terrapins showed early signs of offensive life against the No.
The Buccaneers throttled the Chiefs along both lines, and the designs of offensive coordinator Byron Leftwich and defensive coordinator Todd Bowles were a step ahead all night.
Playing behind a beat-up offensive line, he has been running for his life for much of the game, and it hasn’t helped that he has a foot injury that reportedly could need surgery in the offseason.
Maryland has struggled to replace that offensive production.

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