Published: October 21st, 2011 | Tags: First and 10, Albert Breer, Bradie James, Cam Newton, Chicago Bears, Dallas Cowboys, Jason Garrett, Jeff Darlington, Michael Fabiano, NFL Network, Rich Eisen, Ryan Mathews, Tim Tebow, Tony Romo
Friday is the last chance to have your say in who wins top honors for last weekend’s games by voting for the NFL’s Hardest Working Man award, the Rookie of the Week, Air & Ground Player of the Week, and Never Say Never Moment of the Week.
Here’s what else is on tap for Friday:
- Tune into NFL Network’s “Around the League Live” at 5 p.m. ET to hear from Dallas Cowboys linebacker Bradie James on the team’s soap opera of a season, which continued this week with quarterback Tony Romo and coach Jason Garrett each expressing confidence in the other.
- Get yourself ready for Week 7 with NFL.com’s exclusive Game Center, featuring stats, stories and video previews of every NFL contest this weekend.
- Rich Eisen is joined by Jim Nantz and Dennis Miller for his second podcast of the week, and both are eager to impart their thoughts on the Harbaugh-Schwartz handshake and other big NFL stories.
- The Packers are the only undefeated team remaining in the NFL. Will Green Bay join the ’72 Dolphins and ’07 Patriots and go the entire regular season without losing? Our analysts investigate.
- The Chicago Bears take on the Buccaneers at Wembley Stadium 25 years after their first visit to the U.K., when they were hailed as all-conquering heroes.
- Tim Tebow‘s clean-cut image and vocal Christian faith has made him the object of as much hatred as any sports figure in America, but as Jeff Darlington writes, that hostility hasn’t changed the quarterback’s approach to life one bit.
- Will Cam Newton‘s success change how the NFL looks at athletic, spread QBs? The answer might be yes, writes Albert Breer, who reveals which current college QB stands to gain the most.
- Chargers running back Ryan Mathews‘ fantasy star is on the rise, and Michael Fabiano advises you to start him in Week 7 against a Jets defense that has allowed 22 points per game this season.
- Come up with names for the week’s most exciting plays, and tweet your way into the NFL history books. We’ll pick our favorites, and let users pick the final winner each week.
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