21 Aug 2014, 04:17pm by Cian Fahey
Why did Eli Manning struggle so badly in 2013, and what can he and the Giants do to ensure better results this season?
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21 Aug 2014, 12:00pm by Ben Muth
Ben Muth reveals which offensive lines he'll be covering this season, including the Chicago Bears. How did they improve so drastically in 2013, and can they maintain that improvement this fall?
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20 Aug 2014, 08:22pm by Mike Kurtz and Tom Gower
Mike and Tom's tour of the league gets musical! Listen to the strangely up-tempo Blinded by the Luck, the haunting melancholy of The Schiano Man, and the endless march of the Saints.
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20 Aug 2014, 02:23pm by Brian Fremeau
There will be four teams in the inaugural College Football Playoff at the end of the season. What common characteristics will distinguish these teams above all others?
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18 Aug 2014, 05:41pm by Scott Kacsmar
Are the best defenses against play action the best against regular passes too? How much impact does play action really have in an NFL game, and does it correlate from year to year?
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15 Aug 2014, 11:00am by Rory Hickey
This week: The Raiders get sloppy, Jon Gruden gets philosophical, and Tom Brady gets very, very, very close with his centers.
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14 Aug 2014, 12:48pm by Scott Kacsmar
The two best play-action offenses were the best passing offenses without play action too. Is that normal? Also: a Flacco surprise, Jason Garrett's allergy, and what the heck happened in Washington?
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13 Aug 2014, 06:03pm by Mike Kurtz and Tom Gower
Mike and Tom kick off this year's group of Over/Unders with a little admiration for the Patriots, a little fear of the Eagles, and like a million words about the Bills for some reason.
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13 Aug 2014, 01:13pm by Brian Fremeau
We don’t know how the playoff selection committee will measure it, or how much of a factor it will be, but strength of schedule has never been more important in college football. Probably.