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Dec. 15, 2014
Dec. 15, 2014

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Dec. 15, 2014

EDITOR'S LETTER
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FOR DEC. 15, 2014

This is an article from the Dec. 15, 2014 issue

Passers Bye

With Robert Griffin III(center) getting benched in Washington, Colin Kaepernick(left) continuing to struggle with the 49ers and Geno Smith(right) showing little signs of improvement with the Jets, has 2014 been the year of quarterback busts in the NFL? Which teams are most likely to make a change behind center in the off-season? Go to SI.com/nfl to read Chris Burke's thoughts on the NFL's 2015 QB market, as he discusses which playcallers are most likely to be traded, which will find new teams as free agents (he's looking at you, Brian Hoyer) and which college quarterbacks will go at the top of the draft.

SI DIGITAL BONUS

Le Grand LeMond

From the SI Vault Dec. 25, 1989

Greg LeMond, the 1989 Sportsman of the Year, rewrote his own legend with a heroic comeback and a magnificent finish in the Tour de France

By E.M. Swift

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SI.COM'S TOP 10

1 Behind the Gurley Suspension

2 Fear the Brow

For a roundup of last week's 10 most popular stories on SI.com, including a look at Lee Jenkins's Dec. 8 SPORTS ILLUSTRATED feature on Pelicans big man Anthony Davis and his historic start this season, go to SI.com/topstories

3 Speaking with The Don

4 Growth Spurts

5 On the Bubble

6 Great Expectations

7 Watt for MVP

8 Playing Through Injuries

9 Back on the Field

10 Honoring Magic Johnson

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