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Mike Martz's Chicago Bears Offensive Playbook

Mike Martz is an NFL offensive play calling genius. Here's a few of his unique plays
<p> Mike Martz is an NFL offensive play calling genius. Here's a few of his unique plays</p>

Anyone who saw the Chicago Bears self-destruct against the Detroit Lions on Monday night probably thought Chicago’s offense was in complete disarray. Well, you thought wrong. We’ve obtained an exclusive look at Mike Martz’s playbook for Monday night’s debacle and from the looks of it, the Bears' offense executed to near perfection.

Fantasy Football Week 5 Start & Sit: Quarterbacks

The Jets' Mark Sanchez is a solid start this week against the Patriots.
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Jay Cutler Back with Kristin Cavallari? Bears' Drama could Ensue

Chicago quarterback shows up at Dancing with the Stars.
<p> Chicago quarterback shows up at Dancing with the Stars.</p>

Uh-oh Chicago fans; it looks like another Jay Cutler uproar could be blowing through the Windy City this week.

Will Jay Cutler Survive 183rd Packers-Bears Game?

The 183rd meeting of the Packers and Bears is a test for Jay Cutler's offensive line.
<p> The 183rd meeting of the Green Bay Packers and Chicago Bears is a rematch of last year's NFC title game and a test for Jay Cutler's offensive line.</p>

by Nathan Rush

One day after Quinton “Rampage” Jackson takes on Jon “Bones” Jones in a light heavyweight fight at UFC 135, Chicago quarterback Jay Cutler goes toe-to-toe against the Green Bay defense in the heavyweight showdown that is Packers-Bears 183.

Both bouts could get ugly.

Fantasy Football: Week 1 By the Numbers

Last-play lateral may cost Felix Jones owners

Week 1 of the 2011 NFL season is in the books. Here are some numbers that stood out to me from the Week 1 action that's already happened.

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NFL Monday Morning Recap

Jay Cutler's 2011 season started much better than 2010 ended
<p> Jay Cutler's 2011 season started much better than 2010 ended</p>

We take a look at some of the top storylines from Week One of the NFL's 2011 season.

Fantasy Football: Week 1 Start or Sit

Don't be scared of Kenny Britt in Week 1

Week 1 of the 2011 NFL season is upon us, which means it is time to start setting your fantasy football lineups. Athlon Sports will try to help you do that each week with its Start or Sit suggestions. Keep in mind that these are suggestions and you are the owner of your fantasy team, and setting your lineup comes down to what you think is right.

Check back each week for Start or Sit and see who we are giving our thumbs up or thumbs down to and whether we had success or failure the week prior.

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Fantasy Football: Ask Athlon Week 1

Beware of RBs that face Pittsburgh and the Jets on multiple occasions

Never bench your studs. Yeah, right. Just because you drafted a running back in the first round, don't think you can just set him in the starting lineup and not have to worry about him falling on his face.

Case in point is Week 1 and Baltimore's Ray Rice. If you're in a non-PPR sit him. If you're in a league without a flex position, sit him. And if you're in a PPR league with a flex position, really consider going somewhere else this week if you have better options/matchups.

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Fantasy Football Sleepers & Busts: Quarterbacks

Get good value for some and beware of others

Athlon Sports looks at the sleepers and busts at the quarterback, running back, wide receiver and tight end positions this week. These are the players we think you can wait on and still get solid production from and the players we think have an average draft position (ADP) that is too high for what you will get in return.

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<p> Athlon Sports looks at the sleepers and busts at the quarterback, running back, wide receiver and tight end positions this week. These are the players we think you can wait on and still get solid production from and the players we think have an average draft position (ADP) that is too high for what you will get in return.</p>

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Five NFL Teams That Improved and Five That Got Worse

Here's five NFL teams that will take a step forward this year, and five that will take a step back.
<p> Here's five NFL teams that will take a step forward this year, and five that will take a step back.</p>

By RALPH VACCHIANO

No one has ever won an NFL championship in the spring and summer, and no one has ever lost one either. That’s not for lack of trying, of course.

Just ask the “Dream Team” in Philadelphia, or any of the up-and-comers pumping up their chests and thinking about a Super Bowl run. There are probably 32 teams thinking that way at the moment, even though a few of them are clearly braced for a fall.

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