09 Dec 2015, 12:22pm by Cian Fahey
Some quarterbacks get to play with great teammates. Some are surrounded by mediocrity. And some -- like Bridgewater -- are stuck in bad situations.
60 comments, Last at 27 Jan 2016, 5:19am by ytbtomp3
08 Dec 2015, 08:51pm by Aaron Schatz
Seattle moves into the No. 1 spot in weighted DVOA and threatens to finish No. 1 overall for a fourth straight year, while the undefeated Panthers drop to a surprising sixth. Blame an easy schedule that may have included two games with the worst defense ever.
132 comments, Last at 04 Feb 2016, 10:32am by ismail
08 Dec 2015, 03:44pm by Scott Kacsmar
Cam Newton continues Carolina's historic turnaround in close-game success. Three wild QB runs pay off, while three return scores end a 94-game streak for the Patriots. Also: did Tom Coughlin lose another battle for the fourth-down revolution?
3 comments, Last at 09 Dec 2015, 5:40am by Scott Kacsmar
08 Dec 2015, 01:25pm by Andrew Healy
The kinds of special teams disasters that struck New England on Sunday aren't likely to happen again -- are they?
31 comments, Last at 09 Dec 2015, 3:59pm by Kevin from Philly
07 Dec 2015, 11:41pm by Vincent Verhei
After a weekend full of big quarterback runs, we look at which quarterbacks have been most effective on the ground this season -- and which defenses have been the best and worst at stopping them.
61 comments, Last at 18 Dec 2015, 5:08pm by BrownsFan27
07 Dec 2015, 10:06am by Andrew Potter
The FO crew discusses New England's crazy loss to the Eagles, the Panthers' shootout win over New Orleans, and Seattle's resurgence in Minnesota.
171 comments, Last at 14 Dec 2015, 1:11pm by Hoodie_Sleeves
04 Dec 2015, 03:47pm by Bill Connelly
While waiting for Championship Week carnage to unfold (or, more likely, not), Bill Connelly revisits the precursor to the Five Factors idea: Four Truths.
04 Dec 2015, 02:24pm by Rory Hickey
This week: thumbs and facemasks, the state of NFL officiating, dominant cornerbacks, and the Ryans.
12 comments, Last at 06 Dec 2015, 10:21am by jacobk
04 Dec 2015, 08:25am by Scott Kacsmar
The longest Hail Mary in NFL history after the Lions were defending for the lateral? Oh, this is so Detroit, but bad officiating ruining game outcomes is a nationwide problem that must be fixed.
74 comments, Last at 08 Dec 2015, 4:40pm by Eleutheria
03 Dec 2015, 06:50pm by Chad Peltier
Either we're in for a quiet weekend where the top four teams stay the same and advance to the playoff -- or things could get crazy with an almost entirely different set of teams vying for the championship.