Top 5 Headlines 1/21: Senior Bowl Analysis - K-State's Tyler Lockett

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1. K-State's Tyler Lockett wants his production to do the talking at Senior Bowl

By Terez Paylor - The Kansas City Star

" Tyler Lockett remembers one of his favorite catches this year like it was yesterday.

It was the second quarter of Kansas State's 31-30 win at Oklahoma, and Jake Waters' pass was soaring high over the middle as Lockett ran a post route. The corner was lurking nearby, and the safety was bearing down on him."    READ MORE…

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2. Le'Veon Bell, Antonio Brown share 101 Award for AFC offensive player of year

By Randy Covitz - The Kansas City Star

"The 45th annual NFL 101 Awards winners will have a new twist this year.

Committee of 101 voters selected Pittsburgh running back Le'Veon Bell and wide receiver Antonio Brown as co-winners of the AFC Offensive Player of the Year, the first time two players will share an award."    READ MORE…

3. What do the Pats and Seahawks do that the Chiefs don't? Simple: FINISH

By Sean Keeler - Fox Sports

"Since the start of the 2013 regular season, the Seattle Seahawks are 15-3 under Pete Carroll in games played after Nov. 15. The New England Patriots' balls may shrink in the cold, but the wins do not: Team Hoodie is 13-5 after Nov. 15.

Through Nov. 15, Andy Reid's Kansas City Chiefs teams are 15-3. After Nov. 15, the record dips to 5-10. Hmm."    READ MORE…

4. Chiefs' Dontari Poe selected by Team Carter for Pro Bowl

By AP - Fox Sports

"The first 26 players were drafted by the two Pro Bowl teams Tuesday, with the remainder from more glamorous positions to be chosen in a televised event Wednesday night.

The players were picked Tuesday after Dallas running back DeMarco Murray and Cleveland cornerback Joe Haden were selected co-captains for Michael Irvin's team. Houston defensive end J.J. Watt and Pittsburgh wide receiver Antonio Brown were chosen by Chris Carter as co-captains of his team."    READ MORE…

5. Bill Musgrave named Raiders OC

By ESPN - ESPN.com

"The Oakland Raiders have named Bill Musgrave their new offensive coordinator.

Musgrave joins new head coach Jack Del Rio's staff after spending the 2014 season as the Philadelphia Eagles' quarterbacks coach."    READ MORE…

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