17 Dec 2015, 01:02pm by Ben Muth
Ben Muth bids a sad farewell (for this column, at least) to one of the NFL's best offensive lines.
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16 Dec 2015, 01:20pm by Cian Fahey
One second-year player is blossoming, while the other still has serious holes in his game.
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15 Dec 2015, 08:06pm by Aaron Schatz
Carolina and New England slide up a little, Arizona slides down, but overall not much change in this week's DVOA ratings.
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15 Dec 2015, 03:49pm by Scott Kacsmar
Eli Manning shreds Miami in one of his best games to close a week with one 4QC. Also: Oakland stuns Denver, Cousins loses his mind, Chargers can't score, Tampa Bay's self-inflicted wounds, and Buffalo is one loss closer to 16 seasons without the playoffs.
17 comments, Last at 19 Dec 2015, 6:36am by Andrew Potter
15 Dec 2015, 02:25pm by Andrew Healy
Oakland's defense smothered Denver's offense on Sunday. Can the Broncos' offense get its act together -- and if not, is the defense good enough to win a Super Bowl anyway?
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14 Dec 2015, 08:53pm by Vincent Verhei
Tavon Austin is doing things that no other wide receiver has ever done before -- which, for the Rams, is both good news and bad.
46 comments, Last at 16 Dec 2015, 4:32pm by greybeard
14 Dec 2015, 05:28am by Andrew Potter
Pittsburgh's big win puts Cincinnati's season in jeopardy, but the Steelers can't gain ground in the playoff race. The Seahawks' hot streak continues in Baltimore. And Oakland gets a weird victory in Denver.
183 comments, Last at 16 Dec 2015, 8:06pm by dryheat
11 Dec 2015, 09:34am by Scott Kacsmar
The Vikings were a spin away from OT in Arizona. See how an ugly GWD became a milestone for Carson Palmer and how "All Day" turned into "One Drive" for Adrian Peterson. Plus: which director can best capture the sadness of Matt Kalil?
29 comments, Last at 12 Dec 2015, 1:03pm by jmaron
10 Dec 2015, 05:30pm by Bill Connelly
Michigan State couldn't finish a drive to save its life for three quarters against Iowa. And then Spartans engaged on a nine-minute, 22-play drive that finished in the end zone and sent them to the College Football Playoff. Bill Connelly celebrates this drive and plays with long-drive data.
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