27 Jan 2016, 11:32am by Andrew Healy and Sterling Xie
Andrew and Sterling continue the annual tradition of singling out the worst of the worst.
55 comments, Last at 08 Feb 2016, 1:17pm by Sid
26 Jan 2016, 06:35am by Vincent Verhei
What weaknesses were exposed in Carolina's worst games this season that Denver might be able to exploit in the Super Bowl? And what key special teamer could be the Panthers' Achilles heel?
160 comments, Last at 02 Feb 2016, 8:18pm by Apbestever
25 Jan 2016, 09:20pm by Aaron Schatz
In the NFC Championship Game, Carolina puts up the biggest single-game DVOA of the year and one of the 10 best in DVOA history. The Panthers now go into Super Bowl 50 as clear favorites.
115 comments, Last at 04 Aug 2016, 7:06pm by davepyne
25 Jan 2016, 12:53pm by Scott Kacsmar
The conclusion to Brady-Manning is an instant classic that was all about the defenses. Of all things, a missed extra point led to the most crucial two-point conversion attempt in NFL history.
15 comments, Last at 27 Jan 2016, 12:35am by Grendel13G
25 Jan 2016, 12:42am by Andrew Potter
The Broncos' pass rush gets Peyton Manning a big (final?) win over Tom Brady, while the Panthers dominate Arizona to reach the Super Bowl.
386 comments, Last at 28 Jan 2016, 9:50pm by Kaelik
22 Jan 2016, 03:50pm by Aaron Schatz
The NFC Championship Game looks like a big game of big plays. Each team has a strong defense, but each offense is well-suited to attack the personnel and tendencies of its opponent.
7 comments, Last at 23 Jan 2016, 8:27am by Jerry
22 Jan 2016, 12:20pm by Scott Kacsmar
Brady-Manning XVII: The Final Chapter is just another game about turnovers, field position, and situational football. Should the Patriots go pass-happy against the No. 1 defense? Can a conservative Denver offense score enough?
47 comments, Last at 24 Jan 2016, 1:53pm by Blackmallow
22 Jan 2016, 10:51am by Guest
Fallout from the divisional round of the playoffs dominate the quotes this week.
2 comments, Last at 29 Jan 2016, 5:40am by stephenrowan
21 Jan 2016, 01:10pm by Ben Muth
Ben Muth says Denver's offensive line played well against Pittsburgh, but they will need to make some key strategic changes to get past New England and back to the Super Bowl.
14 comments, Last at 26 Feb 2016, 7:41am by Herron