18 Nov 2013, 04:03pm by Rivers McCown
A rundown of all Week 11's biggest injuries and their ramifications. (Click to read more.)
13 comments, Last at 19 Jan 2014, 10:02am by louis vuitton
18 Nov 2013, 01:46pm by Rivers McCown
PK riffs on the flag protection quarterbacks got in Week 11, discusses the results of said week, and looks at the Sam Hurd case.
8 comments, Last at 21 Nov 2013, 8:30am by evenchunkiermonkey
18 Nov 2013, 07:49am by Mike Tanier
I have fun "classifying" all 32 teams according to types this week: offensive teams, defensive teams, doubt generators, and so on. Not all of the categories match the numbers precisely, but it makes for some fun comparisons. Follow the link (or Click around Sports on Earth) for my take on the 49ers offense, such as it is.
8 comments, Last at 21 Nov 2013, 2:57pm by Intropy
15 Nov 2013, 08:11am by Mike Tanier
The Magnificent Seven. What have we got for entertainment? 'Phins hugging Dungy on the pavement.
11 comments, Last at 16 Nov 2013, 11:18pm by Dad2sca
14 Nov 2013, 02:30pm by Rivers McCown
I did a radio spot with Seth Payne and Mike Meltzer that mainly focused on what the Texans should be looking for with Case Keenum, but there's plenty of general Texans discussion as well.
14 Nov 2013, 02:28pm by Rivers McCown
What happens when your virtual punter becomes your only weapon? Jon Bois went to the lab.
6 comments, Last at 15 Nov 2013, 1:56am by Perfundle
14 Nov 2013, 11:41am by Matt Waldman
Case Keenum is the most surprising bench player in the NFL this year. I’ve studied his three starts and I believe the Cardinals defense provided the best evidence that the Texans’ new starter has the potential to succeed long-term. Read the rest at the RSP blog.
3 comments, Last at 15 Nov 2013, 3:02pm by Alaska Jack
13 Nov 2013, 08:08am by Mike Tanier
Remember the Blueprint for stopping the 2007 Giants? It has been six years, so I figured I could dust off the blueprint concept without repeating myself. Here is a detailed breakdown of Chiefs defensive tactics that can stop the Broncos.
13 comments, Last at 15 Nov 2013, 4:51pm by commissionerleaf
13 Nov 2013, 02:13am by Matt Waldman
The Nelson-Aaron Rodgers combo is among the best in football at the back-shoulder fade. One of the reasons this play remains so effective for the Packers’ duo is that Nelson is equally strong at earning separation against press coverage and winning 50/50 balls in the vertical game. Defenders cannot assume every deep pass is a back-shoulder play. Read the rest at the RSP blog.
5 comments, Last at 14 Nov 2013, 6:22pm by tomdrees
SackSEER grades the 2014 class as a historically strong group of pass-rush prospects... but the player making the most history comes out as a disappointment.