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PFT Live: Bills talk with Tim Graham, Week 12 picks

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The snow has been piling up in Buffalo all week and the Bills won’t be able to practice for the second straight day on Thursday because of a travel ban in effect on roads in the area.

As a result, there’s growing doubt about the ability for the Bills and Jets to play in Buffalo on Sunday. Tim Graham of the Buffalo News will join Mike Florio on Thursday’s edition of PFT Live to discuss the latest developments on the weather front and what it will mean for Sunday’s game. They’ll discuss possible alternatives, including playing the game at a different date or in a different location, and the impact that the snowstorm will have on the team’s preparations whenever they play the game.

Florio and MDS will reveal their picks for that game later in the show, although we’d imagine they are somewhat contingent on the Bills actually getting a chance to prepare for the contest. They’ll have picks for all of the rest of the games as well, all of which are set to go off as originally planned.

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

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PFT Live: Game starting to slow down for Bucs’ Mike Evans

Fresh off being named the NFC’s offensive player of the week after his 209 yards and two touchdowns game, Buccaneers WR Mike Evans joins Mike Florio to talk about his rookie season, keys for a successful season down the home stretch and much more.

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PFT Live: MetLife Stadium fosters uncertain futures

For the first time ever, Mike Florio has added a position player to his Coaching Hot Seat list. The man honored with the dubious distinction is Giants QB Eli Manning who joins his coach, GM and also the decision-makers in the Jets’ clubhouse.

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PFT Live: Mike Evans, Coaching hot seat

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It’s been a big week for Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans and it is only getting bigger on Wednesday.

Evans was named the NFC’s offensive player of the week in recognition of his 209 yards and two touchdowns in the Buccaneers’ victory last Sunday and he’ll be a guest on Wednesday’s edition of PFT Live as well. He and Mike Florio will discuss his big game in Week 11, his overall success during his rookie season and his feelings about the keys to the rest of the season for the Bucs during his visit.

Florio will also have his weekly look at the coaching hot seat to see which teams may be headed toward making the same kind of change that Tampa made after the 2013 season.

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

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ProFootballTalk: Could Adrian Peterson have avoided his suspension?

The PFT crew discusses the impact of Roger Goodell’s decision to suspend Adrian Peterson for the rest of the season and what AP’s next move might be.

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PFT Live: According to DeMaurice Smith, litigation is inevitable

PFT Live: NFLPA Executive Director DeMaurice Smith joins Mike Florio on PFT Live to break down the latest regarding Adrian Peterson’s suspension, saying the NFLPA believes Roger Goodell has overstepped his bounds when it comes to handing down discipline.

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PFT Live: Patrick Peterson talks Cardinals’ strong start

The Cardinals own the best record in the NFL and cornerback Patrick Peterson joins PFT Live to talk about Arizona’s chances of holding on to the top spot in the NFC, his recent turnaround in play and the overall vibe in the locker room.

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PFT Live: Patrick Peterson

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How does it feel to be part of the team with the best record in the NFL?

We’ll find out when Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson joins Mike Florio on Tuesday’s edition of PFT Live. They’ll discuss last Sunday’s victory over the Lions and how the Cardinals are feeling about their chances of holding onto the top seed in the NFC over the final six weeks of the regular season. They’ll also talk about the recent turnaround in Peterson’s play, including the two fourth quarter interceptions in the Week 10 victory over the Rams.

In addition to Peterson’s visit, Florio will have all the latest from around the league on Tuesday. That includes the NFL’s announcement that Vikings running back Adrian Peterson is suspended for at least the rest of the 2014 season.

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

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PFT Live: Patriots showing they are the team to beat

Mike Florio breaks down the Patriots’ big win over the Colts on Sunday Night Football. Florio says the Patriots, barring an epic collapse, have ensured the road to Phoenix will come through New England.

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PFT Live: NFL playoff races heat up as the season winds down

Mike Florio takes a look at the playoff races in each division.  Six of the eight division leaders hold a single-game lead or less with six weeks remaining.

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PFT Live: Technicalities may be behind DEA’s surprise inspection

Mike Florio discusses and dissects the DEA’s unannounced inspection of visiting teams’ medical staffs in Week 11, which were based on the claims from former players about the mishandling of prescription drugs.

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PFT Live: Bob Glauber, Redskins talk with Rich Tandler

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Things aren’t getting any better in Washington.

The Buccaneers blew out the Redskins on Sunday to gain their second win of the season and send the home team further into a morass of negativity during coach Jay Gruden’s first year on the job. Rich Tandler of CSN Washington will join Mike Florio on Monday’s edition of PFT Live to discuss the latest defeat, the animosity from the fan base, the continued struggles of the offense with quarterback Robert Griffin III at the helm and whether there’s any hope for better days to come in the near future.

Bob Glauber of Newsday will also join Florio as we take a look back at the rest of the action from a Sunday filled with surprising results that clarified some playoff pictures while muddying others.

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

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Fortunate turn of events for pair of backup quarterbacks

PFT Live: Mike Florio examines the QB situation with the Eagles and Cardinals, noting how both Mark Sanchez and Drew Stanton were thought to be on their way out of the league, but are now starting for division leaders.

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Tom Curran: Indianapolis is the Patriots’ best competition

PFT Live: Tom Curran joins Mike Florio to talk about the Patriots-Colts matchup on Sunday Night Football. Curran discusses why New England should worry about Indianapolis and the high level of play coming from Rob Gronkowski.

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PFT Planet: Can Philly’s defense contain Aaron Rodgers?

PFT Live: Mike Florio answers questions from around the PFT Planet, including if the Eagles can slow down a red-hot Aaron Rodgers, Ron Rivera’s future in Carolina and whether or not Adrian Peterson returns this year.

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