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Remembering 1986

Michael Jordan scoring 63 points against the Boston Celtics... Ferdinand winning the Kentucky Derby, with Willie Shoemaker aboard... Jack Nicklaus winning another Green Jacket... the Chicago Bears doing the Super Bowl Shuffle... Spud Webb winning the NBA Slam Dunk Contest... Mike Scott dominating the National League... and the tragic death of Len Bias.

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NFC Teams To Keep An Eye On

The New Orleans Saints, and the Green Bay Packers have won the last two Super Bowls, and most people consider them one of the teams to beat in the NFC in 2011.

But what about a few other teams that we should keep an eye on? Who are the up-and-comers, and which other teams look primed to make a possible deep run in the playoffs?

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QB Trade Market Can Be Deceptive

Before the NFL lockout began 118 days ago, the Seattle Seahawks reportedly offered the Philadelphia Eagles a trade package that included a first-round pick in exchange for quarterback Kevin Kolb. Matt Hasselbeck is set to become a free agent when the lockout is lifted, and Charlie Whitehurst is not starter material. However, a look at the recent history of trades for quarterbacks might make the Seahawks reconsider their offer for Kolb.

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Dhani Jones Snubs Brian Urlacher

Cincinnati Begals linebacker Dhani Jones must think Chicago Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher is overrated.

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Evans Says Brees Played With Knee Injury

New Orleans Saints fullback Heath Evans said recently that quarterback Drew Brees played six game this season, with a knee ligament tear. Brian Allee-Walsh, of neworleans.com, has the story, below.

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Packers Beat Bears, 21-14

The Green Bay Packers have advanced to the Super Bowl, after beating the Chicago Bears, 21-14, in the NFC championship, on Sunday afternoon, at Soldier Field, in Chicago, Illinois. The Associated Press, courtesy of espn.com, has the story, below.

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NFC Championship Preview

The Green Bay Packers will take on the Chicago Bears, in the NFC championship game, on Sunday, in Chicago, Illinois. Espn.com has a preview, below.

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Scouting The Championship Game QB’s

Below, Matt Williamson, of Scouts Inc., at espn.com, breaks down the four quarterback that will be playing in this weekend's conference championship games.

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Bears Maul Seahawks, 35-24

The Chicago Bears captured an easy, 35-24, NFC Divisional NFL playoff victory, on Sunday, over the Seattle Seahawks. The Associated Press, courtesy of espn.com, has the story, below.

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Seahawks/Bears Preview

The Seattle Seahawks will square off with the Chicago Bears, on Sunday, in an NFC Divisional playoff contest. Espn.com has a preview, below.

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