The Seattle Seahawks have been looking ahead to Saturday’s wild-card game against the Los Angeles Rams with the expectation of having their starting offensive line back playing together in time for the postseason.
Schwartz was not a problem during the Eagles’ post-Super Bowl slide into putridity (if you watched Sunday night’s loss to Washington, you know putridity is the proper term), though he hasn’t quite been enough of a solution, either.
Week 17 also showed us another crucial truth: The Steelers have good wide receivers (we knew that) capable of winning downfield.
Eagles did poor job of preparing players for Sunday night’s events originally appeared on Pro Football Talk
New Orleans Saints
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''The only thing I really have left is the Super Bowl and that experience of what it would be like for the team, the city, the fans,'' DeCastro said. ''That would be amazing to get that done. I would love to see it, would love to be a part of it.''
Green Bay Packers
“Ben’s like a little big brother, at this point, knowing his family, seeing the kids and the man that he’s turned out to be,” Jake Arians said. “I love the fact that we get to know ‘em off the field. I look forward to that. And Tom and I were at the combine together. We’re the same age. It’s pretty funny.