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Coach Kyle Shanahan's success in San Francisco overseeing productive offenses without elite quarterback play is a reason why so many teams each January are seeking the next trendy, play-calling offensive coach to take over their team. All four head coaches in the conference championship games come from an offensive background with Kansas City's Andy Reid and Cincinnati's Zac Taylor also calling plays like Shanahan, while Philadelphia's Nick Sirianni delegated that duty during his first season.

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BOSTON — In Bill We Trust. O’Brien, that is. The other Bill — Belichick — is still teetering on the edge of being trusted given some of his curious decision-making in recent years. At least he got the right guy to be his offensive coordinator, and gave him the actual title. While Belichick’s a year late with this hire, it’s better late than never as the saying goes. Landing a coach who has a ...

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Been watching these 49ers lately, thinking that they look awfully reminiscent of something. Reminiscent of a team that came from the same division nine years earlier and completed what may be the most celebrated season in Seattle sports history. The 2013 Seahawks aren't just the standard-bearers for what an athletic organization should look like in the Emerald City; they may be the most iconic ...

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In the first round, the Eagles played like they have something to prove. In the next round, they’ll actually get to prove it. Pay no attention to Brock Purdy’s draft status or the relative ease with which the Eagles advanced to the NFC championship game. Against the 49ers, they will face a team that poses a significant test ... maybe the first one they’ve faced all season. This is about ...

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