29 Aug 2016, 12:36pm by Guest
Guest columnist Zachary O. Binney fact-checks a story in a national publication and finds that everyone makes mistakes.
20 comments, Last at 31 Aug 2016, 2:15pm by Bright Blue Shorts
26 Aug 2016, 01:15pm by Rob Eves
As actual NFL football returns to our lives, we have observations on good quarterback play in Dallas, bad quarterback play in Denver, the Olympics, baseball, taxes, and mermaids.
40 comments, Last at 13 Sep 2016, 8:05pm by jellygamatgoldg
25 Aug 2016, 01:39pm by Cian Fahey
The Seahawks receiver put himself on the map with a numerical explosion in the second half of last year, but Cian Fahey shows that Baldwin has been very good for a long time now.
6 comments, Last at 27 Aug 2016, 8:28am by nickd46
23 Aug 2016, 05:34pm by Scott Kacsmar
You don't see many fifth-round rookie wideouts with real expectations, but Tajae Sharpe is one. Tennessee's poor history of developing wideouts has led to a rare opportunity that Sharpe can seize this season.
4 comments, Last at 25 Aug 2016, 4:44pm by Jerry
22 Aug 2016, 03:56pm by Vincent Verhei
Our look at players going too low in fantasy drafts shows an obvious trend: people have lost faith in the Cincinnati offense. We explain why overestimating the Bengals' decline is a mistake.
3 comments, Last at 28 Sep 2016, 12:32am by kez0223
18 Aug 2016, 09:58am by Cian Fahey
Cian Fahey shows how a pair of pass-rushers could carry New England to victory even without their quarterback.
14 comments, Last at 30 Aug 2016, 5:01pm by SandyRiver
17 Aug 2016, 07:57pm by Scott Kacsmar
Is Derek Carr a franchise QB or a young player trying to find his way? Scott Kacsmar sees his career as a case study for how fans value fantasy football vs. reality, and the divide between stats and film study.
112 comments, Last at 17 Nov 2016, 11:44am by ClickbaitTeddyfanBS
16 Aug 2016, 02:53pm by Vincent Verhei
Our look at players going way too early in fantasy drafts starts with a veteran quarterback making a big return in Big D.
32 comments, Last at 01 Sep 2016, 1:03pm by email@example.com
15 Aug 2016, 03:09pm by Scott Kacsmar
Amari Cooper finished with the 11th-most receiving yards by a rookie in NFL history, but is catching the ball his biggest weakness? Scott Kacsmar finds out just how many drops he had and looks at Cooper's catch radius.
5 comments, Last at 16 Aug 2016, 2:47pm by fb29