02 Dec 2014, 02:09pm by Scott Kacsmar
Was Patriots-Packers a Super Bowl preview? Also: six-point lead fails Baltimore, The Adventures of Geno Tebow, the biggest Jacksonville comeback ever, and shady clock operations.
5 comments, Last at 03 Dec 2014, 1:30am by buzzorhowl
02 Dec 2014, 11:06am by Andrew Healy
Baltimore's blown lead against San Diego might be an ominous sign of things to come for the Ravens.
10 comments, Last at 06 Dec 2014, 5:14am by MiftahSidik
01 Dec 2014, 06:49pm by Vincent Verhei
DeAndre Hopkins shows that J.J. Watt isn't the only headliner in Houston, putting up one of the best games for a wide receiver we have ever measured.
159 comments, Last at 05 Dec 2014, 1:49pm by firstname.lastname@example.org
01 Dec 2014, 11:48am by Andrew Potter
This week, the FO staff debates Andy Dalton's mediocrity, the nightmare QB class of 2007, and that final DPI call that gave San Diego a win over Baltimore.
180 comments, Last at 03 Dec 2014, 11:44am by JoeyHarringtonsPiano
28 Nov 2014, 10:10am by Cian Fahey
In only seven pro games, the Giants' rookie wideout has shown an ability to compete with the league's best defenders.
6 comments, Last at 09 Feb 2015, 4:47am by VideoMarketing
27 Nov 2014, 07:16pm by Chad Peltier
Rivalry week has significant conference and Playoff ramifications. Should Alabama, Mississippi State, Oregon, or Florida State be worried about getting upset by their rivals?
4 comments, Last at 01 Dec 2014, 10:43am by Joshua Northey
26 Nov 2014, 12:25pm by Mike Kurtz and Tom Gower
Mike and Tom try to figure out what kind of secret sauce Arizona is feeding the media to sit at the top of the power rankings and in the middle of our DVOA rankings.
4 comments, Last at 28 Nov 2014, 7:20am by coboney
26 Nov 2014, 12:00pm by Brian Fremeau
Florida State has yet to lose a game this year, but there's a reason you won't find them at the top of most rankings.
7 comments, Last at 29 Nov 2014, 10:06am by Brian Fremeau
25 Nov 2014, 06:13pm by Aaron Schatz
Denver remains No. 1 in the Football Outsiders DVOA ratings, but New England moves up to No. 2 and has taken over as our Super Bowl favorite.
181 comments, Last at 04 Dec 2014, 7:22am by Jerry
25 Nov 2014, 02:40pm by Scott Kacsmar
Peyton Manning breaks the GWD record. Also: Tony Romo comes through in a game with high ratings, Mike Smith's timeout generosity, and dysfunction rules in the NFC's underbelly.
2 comments, Last at 25 Nov 2014, 11:15pm by techvet