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It’s All Over, Fat Man! has shut down. Here are our farewell posts.

Goodbye, and thanks

Doug bids farewell to IAOFM

Fresh starts

Doc marks the end of an era

Thank you, see you soon

IAOFM had a great run, see you somewhere else on the internets soon

It’s been fun, but I have to go

Ted says goodbye and explains why he won't be writing about NFL football any longer

Chargers pick Flowers to spruce up secondary

San Diego agrees with former Chiefs corner; Cowboys add Nwaneri; Hernandez double murder trial scheduled for May 2015

Jerry Butler joins John Fox in Chicago

Panthers done with Hardy; Card cut Dockett; Browns add McCown; Niners to cut Stevie Johnson; Bengals cut Geathers

Final Score: Broncos 29, Chiefs 16 (Updated)

Broncos improve to 9-3, joining four other teams to share best record in NFL; C.J. Anderson has another big day; with Broncos, Peyton Manning 6-0 versus Chiefs

Fat Camp: Scoffing at the “blueprint” and those who tout it

Ted debunks the silly MSM idea that the success the Patriots had last week represents some replicable "blueprint" for beating the Broncos.