26 Oct 2015, 10:22am by Andrew Potter
This week: The future looks bright for the Jags and Raiders, the Rams and Falcons win ugly, and does anyone want to win the NFC East?
123 comments, Last at 28 Oct 2015, 9:32am by CaffeineMan
23 Oct 2015, 02:07pm by Rory Hickey
The predominant subject this week: bad football, featuring the Wolverines, Colts, Redskins, 49ers, and Jaguars.
9 comments, Last at 24 Oct 2015, 6:18pm by mehllageman56
23 Oct 2015, 01:09pm by Guest
We all know torn ACLs are bad for everyone, but which injuries stand out as particularly bad news at certain positions?
6 comments, Last at 17 Mar 2016, 3:15am by William2789
22 Oct 2015, 03:53pm by Chad Peltier
There aren't many big headliner games this weekend, but plenty of possible shootouts and upsets.
1 comment, Last at 22 Oct 2015, 4:13pm by techvet
22 Oct 2015, 03:39pm by Andrew Healy and Sterling Xie
The guys discuss the wildly different breakout seasons of Andy Dalton and Cam Newton, then wonder if either could be an MVP candidate.
8 comments, Last at 23 Oct 2015, 11:32am by Noah of Arkadia
22 Oct 2015, 10:24am by Ben Muth
Ben Muth says the Cleveland offensive line played very well against Denver's elite front seven, but their efforts were largely wasted by their teammates' mistakes.
18 comments, Last at 21 Feb 2016, 3:18am by adeliazahrah
21 Oct 2015, 05:12pm by Brian Fremeau
We've eliminated all preseason projection data from the FEI ratings, and updated the FEI offense, defense, special teams, and field position stat pages to make the ratings more intuitive and tangible. Thoughts?
10 comments, Last at 23 Oct 2015, 7:18pm by RoninX
21 Oct 2015, 11:56am by Cian Fahey
Cian Fahey looks at the Panthers' come-from-behind win over Seattle and finds Cam Newton playing at his best.
3 comments, Last at 21 Oct 2015, 11:46pm by alan frankel
20 Oct 2015, 08:15pm by Aaron Schatz
A very strange week for the DVOA ratings gives us a number of games with topsy-turvy results and the Arizona Cardinals somehow regaining the No. 1 spot despite a loss to Pittsburgh.
158 comments, Last at 25 Oct 2015, 7:10pm by Sid
20 Oct 2015, 04:23pm by Scott Kacsmar
Blown leads are undeniably a big part of the legacy of Pete Carroll's Seahawks. Also: Peyton's lucky in a different way, groaning over Bears-Lions, and Philip Rivers denied greatness again.
18 comments, Last at 21 Oct 2015, 7:04pm by gomer_rs