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ProFootballTalk: Will the real Jay Cutler please stand up?

The PFT crew takes a look at the players and teams who have shown flashes of really good play and flashes of poor play. Ross Tucker is wondering which Jay Cutler will show up for the rest of the year.

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ProFootballTalk: Kirk Cousins needs to forget about his performance in Week 4

After throwing four interceptions against the Giants on Thursday night in Week 4, Jason Taylor thinks Washington’s Kirk Cousins needs to move on quickly.

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ProFootballTalk: What’s attractive about the Raiders’ head coaching job?

Tony Dungy joins PFT to discuss the positives of becoming the next head coach of the Raiders. Dungy believes the next head coach has to be on the same wavelength as the front office.

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PFT Live: Who’s to blame for the mess in New England?

After a 41-14 blowout loss at the hands of the Chiefs, the Patriots now find themselves at 2-2 and in a state of disarray. Mike Florio goes over the multitude of problems on the field for the Pats.

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PFT Live: Jarius Wright’s rave reviews for Teddy Bridgewater

Responsible for 132 of Teddy Bridgewater’s 317 passing yards vs. the Falcons, Vikings WR Jarius Wright talks about the change at QB and how high he thinks his partnership with Bridgewater can soar.

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PFT Live: Why the Bills decided to turn to Kyle Orton

Bills’ insider Tim Graham joins Mike Florio to discuss the decision to bench EJ Manuel for Kyle Orton. Graham says the decision is a “stark departure” from what the Bills’ front office has told the public.

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PFT Live: Jarius Wright

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The Teddy Bridgewater era got off to a smashing start on Sunday and we’ll talk to one of the biggest beneficiaries of the quarterback change in Minnesota on Tuesday’s edition of PFT Live.

Vikings wide receiver Jarius Wright will join Mike Florio to discuss the play of the team’s first-round pick in his first NFL start. Wright was responsible for 132 of Bridgewater’s 317 passing yards against the Falcons and we’d imagine that will lead to nothing but rave reviews for the new quarterback.

Wright had just 37 yards in the first three weeks of the season and the game was his best individual effort since joining the team as a fourth-round pick in the 2012 draft. We’ll hear what went right for Wright last Sunday and where he thinks his partnership with Bridgewater can go over the rest of the season when he visits the program.

It all gets started at noon ET and you can watch it all live by clicking right here.

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PFT Whiparound: Pair of rookie QBs injured in Week 4

The PFT crew takes a look at the latest news out of the NFL, including Teddy Bridgewater and Derek Carr suffering injures, the benching of E.J. Manuel and DeAngelo Williams status for Week 5.

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ProFootballTalk: Rex Ryan sticking with Geno Smith

The PFT guys break down Rex Ryan’s decision to keep Geno Smith as the starter for the New York Jets. Kevin Gilbride says there are many factors going into this choice, including who is making the call.

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ProFootballTalk: Bills bench E.J. Manuel, will start Kyle Orton

The PFT guys break down Doug Marrone’s decision to make a change at quarterback, going with Kyle Orton next week instead of E.J. Manuel. Mike Florio says it is too early to tell if it is the right move.

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PFT Live: Penalties cost Steelers vs. Tampa Bay

Ed Bouchette from the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette discusses the Steelers’ 27-24 loss to the Buccaneers and the 13 penalties committed that might lead to more discipline in the future.

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Forever Faster: NFL Week 4 Rapid Recap

Even with six teams on bye during Week 4, there were plenty of storylines to follow and Mike Florio recaps them all.

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PFT Live: Jets talk with Manish Mehta, Steelers talk with Ed Bouchette

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The Jets lost their third straight game on Sunday and the play of quarterback Geno Smith played a big role.

Smith turned the ball over twice and the Jets offense spent long stretches of the game unable to extend drives beyond three plays, which led to some chants from Michael Vick at MetLife Stadium. Jets players didn’t like hearing that and Smith took particular and profane offense to one fan’s commentary on his play, which is sure to make the quarterback’s status an issue all week.

Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News will join Mike Florio on Monday’s edition of PFT Live to discuss the loss to the Lions, Smith’s performance on and off the field and what the Jets will do as they move into a stretch of the season that will have them facing the Chargers, Broncos and Patriots over a 12-day span.

Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette will also drop by to discuss the Steelers’ 27-24 loss to the Buccaneers. The Steelers committed 13 penalties on their way to defeat and we’ll hear from Bouchette what the team might be planning to bring some more discipline in the future.

It all gets started at noon ET and you can watch it all live by clicking right here.

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PFT Whiparound: Trent Williams avoids MRI on right knee

The ProFootballTalk crew get you updated with the latest news and notes from around the league including the latest on Redskins’ Pro-Bowl tackle Trent Williams.

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PFT Live: Kirk Cousins stumbles in start vs. Giants

Kirk Cousins encountered some tough sledding against the Giants on Thursday night, turning the ball over five times. Mike Florio breaks down Cousins performance and wonders how he will respond against Seattle.

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