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Armen and Levack Celebrity Picks

With Armen's lead shrinking, he, Levack, and a local celebrity, represented this week by News 10's Liana Bonavita, returned for another edition of our NFL Picks.

See who they picked, and hear their full talk, including some discussion about the weekend's high school and college action, below.

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Buster Olney From the Winter Meetings

Toward the end of the one the wildest winter meeting sessions in recent memory, ESPN's Buster Olney joined Armen Williams to discuss the latest developments.  Will the Yankees be in the market for a starting pitcher? What starting pitcher will it be?  What should Bomber fans expect from their ball club?  Should they expect anything?

Buster Olney answered all those questions. Hear the full talk below.

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Chip Brown With Armen And Levack on College Football

To review the College Football Playoff Committee's final decision, look ahead to what it means, and discuss the future of Michigan Football, analyst Chip Brown joined Armen and Levack.

Hear their full talk below.

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Week 14 Celebrity Picks Results

With Armen out, Jeff Levack and I were joined by ESPN's Mark Kestecher for this week's celebrity picks. A big performance from the celebrity narrowed Armen's season-long lead, and set up an interesting final three weeks of the year.

Check out the full picks below, and their full conversation, too.

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Herm Edwards on Armen and Levack

After a win for the Giants and another loss for the Jets - and a tough defeat for the Bills - Herm Edwards joined Armen and Levack, while I filled in for Armen Williams, to discuss the future of the Giants, the motivation of the Jets, and the playoff chances of the Bills.

Check out the full interview below.

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NFL Week 14 Local Preview

The Bills have a huge game this weekend against the Broncos, while the disappointing seasons of the Jets and Giants plot on against sub .500 opponents.

On Friday, Andrew Williams and I sat down to help preview each with thoughts and predictions for each game.

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Ed Reed Thinks Justin Beiber Will Doom Patriots

This weekend's Sunday Night Football match up pits the charging Chargers against the New England Patriots, in a battle with big implications on the AFC Wildcard race.

The game will likely be decided by the two quarterbacks - won by whichever picks apart the opposing defense best.

...Unless it's already been decided, as Showtime analyst Ed Reed jokingly suggests it may be, because who the Pats hung out with earlier this week.  Watch the discussion.

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Andrew Brandt With Armen and Levack on Adrian Peterson

With the sagas of Adrian Peterson and Ray Rice still ongoing - and the appeal of the former currently being adjudicated - ESPN business analyst Andrew Brandt joined Armen and Levack to help detail the cases.

How complex is the AP case, and could Ray Rice come back this season? Hear the answers below.

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Geno Smith will start on MNF for the Jets (Getty Images).
Geno Smith will start on MNF for the Jets (Getty Images).
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Are You OK With the Jets’ Monday Night Game Plan? [POLL]

In a passing league, with quarterbacks dropping back 40 or 50 times a game to take advantage of the NFL's new rules, the Jets attempted only 13 passes on Monday night.  They, instead, ran it 49 times - taking the ball out of Geno Smith's hand, abandoning the forward pass, and taking football back 70 years.

It didn't work.  The Jets lost to the Dolphins 16-13 and, when they were supposed to be evaluating Geno Smith, learned nothing about the second year QB.

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Ryan Fitzpatrick’s Son Shows Off Math Skills

Texans quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick is smart.  In fact, he's probably too smart.  The former Bill played his college ball at Harvard - a prolific powerhouse for lawyers, but not NFL players.

As the signal caller showed on Sunday, though, he's not the only genius in the family.  After Houston's romp over the Titans, Fitzpatrick was joined at his press conference by his son, who showed off his crazy math skills.  Check out the video below.

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