25 Sep 2014, 11:14pm by Aaron Schatz
We hear a lot about how hard it is to make the playoffs after a bad start, but what about when good teams have bad starts? (Click to read more.)
7 comments, Last at 27 Sep 2014, 3:03pm by Aaron Schatz
23 Sep 2014, 04:39pm by Matt Waldman
Spend an hour in the film room with Matt Waldman as he reviews the talents of Wisconsin's Melvin Gordon and Alabama's Amari Cooper.
22 Sep 2014, 02:56pm by Vincent Verhei
Dennis Pitta's hip, Ike Taylor's arm, Stephen Tulloch's knee, DeAngelo Hall's Achilles, and Danny Woodhead's ankle headline Week 3's injury list.
18 comments, Last at 25 Sep 2014, 11:58pm by bubqr
22 Sep 2014, 07:25am by Mike Tanier
Also, a deep look at Kirk Cousins, and plenty of trophies to go around!
20 Sep 2014, 07:48am by Mike Tanier
Featuring The Skeptics Guide to Kirk Cousins.
8 comments, Last at 25 Sep 2014, 5:11am by Theo
19 Sep 2014, 05:04pm by Tom Gower
For this week's Sunday Night Football column, I break down a couple screens by the Panthers, one of the best RB screen teams in the league, and the Steelers, who ran more WR screens than anybody else in the league in 2013.
19 Sep 2014, 03:00pm by Rivers McCown
Rivers and Danny talk to Steph Stradley about speaking for her gender in NFL matters, the NFL bag policy, Rice-Peterson, the Texans, and Who Wants To Be A Millionaire. Also discussed: the path for aspiring writers, which NFL players we'd make (non-Toronto) Argonauts, and what would make us quit watching the NFL.
Please note that this podcast contains foul language and some adult situations. It's not work-safe.
19 Sep 2014, 12:57am by Aaron Schatz
So, did Atlanta set the all-time single-game record for DVOA on Thursday night? For 45 minutes, they sort of did. (Click to read more.)
41 comments, Last at 25 Sep 2014, 4:15am by Theo
18 Sep 2014, 12:17pm by Aaron Schatz
A good article here by our old buddy Bill Barnwell on what professional football might look like if the NFL were to fall apart. Bill makes a good case for the idea that the thing most likely to change professional football is not the current controversies about player behavior, or even the issue of concussions. The most likely change agent is the transformation of the broadcast television business (and, more and more, the broadcast Internet business).
15 comments, Last at 20 Sep 2014, 6:21pm by tuluse
Mike and Tom weigh the chances of this year's class of receivers, running backs and tight ends who are on pace to break the magical 1,000-yard mark for the first time.