04 Feb 2015, 03:49am by Matt Waldman
Mariota’s NFL potential explored through three questions, seven plays, and seven NFL comparisons.
12 comments, Last at 23 Feb 2015, 2:50am by matt_waldman_is_a_nerd
02 Feb 2015, 04:28pm by Scott Kacsmar
The costliest interception in NFL history preserves the biggest fourth-quarter comeback in Super Bowl history. Also: what a cast of unexpected heroes and goats.
74 comments, Last at 09 Feb 2015, 10:28am by usernaim250
02 Feb 2015, 10:44am by Vincent Verhei
By FO's advanced numbers, the MVP of Super Bowl XLIX was an easy choice -- even though the losing team actually ended up with a higher DVOA rating.
58 comments, Last at 04 Feb 2015, 7:26pm by herewegobrowniesherewego
02 Feb 2015, 01:49am by Andrew Potter
The closest matchup in Super Bowl history ends with a play call nobody understands... and a fourth title for Bill Belichick and Tom Brady.
353 comments, Last at 05 Feb 2015, 8:25pm by GrandVezir
30 Jan 2015, 02:14pm by Rory Hickey
Two days from game day, the key men on both sides of Super Bowl XLIX discuss this year's edition of the biggest game of all time.
15 comments, Last at 04 Jun 2015, 1:49am by KimJen
29 Jan 2015, 03:27pm by Aaron Schatz
Possibly the closest Super Bowl matchup in history also poses the question: how much does it mean when certain aspects of an NFL team improve dramatically in the second half of the season?
277 comments, Last at 01 Feb 2015, 6:56pm by BigPoppa
28 Jan 2015, 03:11pm by Mike Kurtz and Tom Gower
Amidst pre-Super Bowl hype, Mike and Tom look from the top of the game to the bottom of the barrel to find the terrible players and complete boneheads who worked so hard to help their teams lose in 2014.
39 comments, Last at 04 Feb 2015, 7:00am by dbt
28 Jan 2015, 02:08pm by Scott Kacsmar
How big is mobility in Russell Wilson's game? We looked at every play of the scramblin' man's career to understand how much of Seattle's offense is by design versus improv.
17 comments, Last at 30 Jan 2015, 1:38pm by Bobman
28 Jan 2015, 12:16pm by Matt Waldman
Much of the major media has written off this year's quarterbacks beyond the top three prospects, but Bonner deserves due diligence.
2 comments, Last at 28 Jan 2015, 2:17pm by Aaron Brooks Good Twin
27 Jan 2015, 05:40pm by Aaron Schatz
Seattle and New England were among the most penalized teams in the NFL this year, and among the teams with the fewest penalties on their opponents. But the gap between Seattle and the rest of the NFL on that latter number is a bit nuts.
27 comments, Last at 31 Jan 2015, 8:47pm by RickD