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Three unbeatens left in NFL
We're three whole weeks into the 2014 NFL season, and only three teams haven't lost. The final unbeatens: Cincinnati Bengals, Arizona Cardinals and Philadelphia Eagles, all winning teams from 2013, but none exactly thought to be sure-fire contenders before the season. On the other end, a host of playoff teams from last season are just 1-2. What do you make of it all?
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NFL Week 2 questions
The NFL's second week has come and gone, and both Washingtons made big news. The D.C. version saw its team lose quarterback Robert Griffin III to an ankle injury -- but win in big fashion anyway behind Kirk Cousins. The team from the state of Washington, meanwhile, was stunned in a 30-21 loss to the Chargers, with cornerback Richard Sherman being called out by San Diego players. What do you make of the week's major storylines?
Your 2014 NFL predictions?
The 2014 NFL season kicks off Thursday night, with the Super Bowl-winning Seattle Seahawks hosting the Green Bay Packers in the first of what should be many intriguing games in this wide-open league. What will happen this year? Read our experts' NFL preview, then cast your votes below!
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Are Seahawks suddenly vulnerable?
Russell Wilson had never lost a home game with the Seattle Seahawks. Then Sunday happened. Despite four interceptions by quarterback Carson Palmer, the Arizona Cardinals did the previously unthinkable: They won at CenturyLink Field 17-10 thanks to a late TD catch by Michael Floyd and a (controversial) interception by Karlos Dansby. This could give potential playoff foes hope when they go to the Pacific Northwest; Seattle had won 14 straight at home. It also could give Arizona a dubious distinction -- out of the playoffs at 11-5, if they win next week versus the San Francisco 49ers and the New Orleans Saints win as well.