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Palmer: Packers are one win away from football immortality

As Jesse Palmer points out, it's fitting that the Green Bay Packers are headed to Dallas for Super Bowl XLV since they were easily the hottest team in the NFC heading into the playoffs. Winning three road playoff games is never easy as a No. 6 seed, but head coach Mike McCarthy has led his team through the storm and is now one win away from football immortality. ...more

Palmer: Jets will have a hard time beating the Patriots

The New York Jets were finally able to exercise some demons this past weekend, after beating the Indianapolis Colts on the road to begin their post season run into the playoffs. Now they've got a tougher task ahead of them, the New England Patriots. NFL analyst Jesse Palmer has more. ...more

Palmer: What was Troy Smith thinking on Sunday?

It's very rare to find quarterbacks yelling at their head coaches in the NFL. That being said, what was Troy Smith thinking in his yelling match with now-former 49ers head coach Mike Singletary on Sunday? TSN Football analyst Jesse Palmer offers his thoughts. ...more

Palmer: It's hard to defend Giants rookie punter Dodge

A lot of people are going to be pointing their finger at New York Giants rookie punter Matt Dodge for not kicking the football out of bounds on Sunday and as Jesse Palmer points out, it's hard to defend Dodge on this one. ...more

Palmer: Request for Vick's autograph was just awkward

Dallas RB Tashard Choice was caught by NBC cameras asking Michael Vick for an autograph at midfield following the game. The whole incident just felt awkward for me to watch, because I felt like Choice was admitting inferiority to Vick as a player by asking for his autograph in such a way. ...more

Palmer: Roethlisberger won't have to prove toughness again

Ben Roethlisberger will never have to worry about proving his toughness again. Entering Sunday with broken bone in his right foot, Roethlisberger suffered a broken nose on the first series of the game, but stayed and led the Steelers to a 13-10 win over division rival Baltimore to take the lead in the AFC North division. ...more

Palmer: Fights on the field weren't so rare in college

Jesse Palmer on fighting in football, playing games on holidays, Peyton Manning's recent struggles and Matt Ryan's Falcons flying to the top of the NFC heap. ...more

Palmer: It's time for the Vikings to bench Favre

It may finally be time for the Minnesota Vikings to bench Brett Favre. After yet another embarrassing loss to divisional rival Green Bay 31-3, it may be in the Viking's best interests moving forward, to begin playing backup Tavaris Jackson for the remainder of the regular season. Jesse Palmer explains. ...more

Palmer: Coach Garrett deserves kudos for Cowboys' victory

In the short term, Jason Garrett appears to have worked wonders for the once 1-7 Cowboys. In the biggest surprise of the weekend, the Cowboys shocked the Giants 33-20, with 38-year-old Jon Kitna at quarterback, and I believe Garrett should get the bulk of the credit. ...more

Palmer: Do the Cleveland Browns have the real McCoy?

Yes, you read the score properly. The Cleveland Browns beat Tom Brady and the Patriots, 34-14, on Sunday - easily the most shocking score on the ticker. What may be even more surprising is that the Browns have won their past two games against tough teams with a rookie QB! ...more

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