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CHICAGO — Don’t worry, Cole Kmet said, Trevor Siemian will not take it as an insult if you say he is unlikely to keep the ball on a zone read and motor 60 yards through the New York Jets defense Sunday at MetLife Stadium. “Definitely more of a drop-back guy, get the ball out, timing,” Kmet said. “We’re not going to be running QB power with Trevor.” The Chicago Bears offense figures to take on ...

TAMPA, Fla. — The dismay is borne of expectations. How can an offense with the NFL’s all-time leading passer be near the bottom of the league in scoring? How does an offense with multiple Pro Bowl receivers and tight ends falter? How does a running back, taken with the No. 4 pick in a draft, end up 46th in the NFL in yards per attempt? This is why offensive coordinator Byron Leftwich is under ...

TAMPA, Fla. — The dismay is borne of expectations. How can an offense with the NFL’s all-time leading passer be near the bottom of the league in scoring? How does an offense with multiple Pro Bowl receivers and tight ends falter? How does a running back, taken with the No. 4 pick in a draft, end up 46th in the NFL in yards per attempt? This is why offensive coordinator Byron Leftwich is under ...

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Bailey Zappe isn’t budging. He isn’t giving an inch. The Patriots third-string quarterback has gone from a nice feel-good story filling in to a legitimate thorn in Mac Jones’ side. And that’s a good problem in the overall scheme of things. Is there a full-blown quarterback controversy brewing in Foxboro? That really depends on what head coach Bill Belichick has in mind. And throw in ...

KALAMAZOO, Mich. — Entering his first football game since Nov. 29, 2019, Nate Yarnell knew he didn't need to be perfect. Coming off an overtime loss the previous week where No. 23 Pitt saw its top two quarterbacks on the depth chart suffer injuries, Pat Narduzzi formulated a game plan behind the redshirt freshman that would be just enough to squeak out a road victory — and it was successful. ...

COLUMBIA, Mo. — In the wake of his team’s horrific loss at Kansas State, Missouri’s Eli Drinkwitz has more problems to solve this week than last but isn’t about to panic. On Tuesday, in his first public comments since Saturday’s 40-12 clunker, Drinkwitz was unwavering in his belief the Tigers can recover. If they can just ignore what he called the “toxicity and negativity” that erupted from ...

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