16 Nov 2015, 05:05pm by Vincent Verhei
Peyton Manning's multiple ailments highlight the injuries suffered around the league in Week 10.
20 comments, Last at 19 Nov 2015, 12:47am by ssereb
16 Nov 2015, 04:32pm by Vincent Verhei
Peter King looks at the dramatic late games on Sunday, including New England's win to get to 9-0, Arizona establishing divisional dominance, and perhaps the end of Peyton Manning.
16 Nov 2015, 12:17pm by Aaron Schatz
The Saints are on pace to break the NFL record for touchdown passes allowed, so out you go, Rob Ryan. UPDATE: Well, change of plans. Apparently, these original reports were incorrect. In a press conference today, Sean Payton insisted that Rob Ryan was still his defensive coordinator. As of Monday afternoon, at least.
51 comments, Last at 18 Nov 2015, 4:02pm by Hoodie_Sleeves
16 Nov 2015, 08:50am by Mike Tanier
Also featuring speculation about the content of Rob Ryan's blackmail videos.
3 comments, Last at 16 Nov 2015, 10:31am by Jerry
15 Nov 2015, 07:21pm by Scott Kacsmar
Peyton Manning broke the NFL record for passing yards, but will he spend more time being the guy expected to break the record than the actual record holder? Regardless, he's always been on a record pace for it despite challenges from his peers and his health. (Click to read more.)
12 comments, Last at 17 Nov 2015, 11:36pm by Mash Wilson
14 Nov 2015, 09:29am by Mike Tanier
Hey folks! I am back after a week of flying across the country and not being able to easily update stuff. Look for a cool insidery feature from me at Bleacher Report in the weeks to come. Until then: the usual previews, including Part II of Peyton Manning's novella.
14 comments, Last at 16 Nov 2015, 1:56am by tuluse
12 Nov 2015, 03:47pm by Aaron Schatz
The time has come to join Part II of the Loser League! Pick the worst fantasy football players for Weeks 10-17 and you'll get a chance to win a free copy of our 2016 KUBIAK fantasy football projections.
10 Nov 2015, 04:31pm by Aaron Schatz
Breaking and unexpected injury news. Andrew Luck will miss 2-6 weeks with a laceration in one of his kidneys as well as a partial tear of an abdominal muscle. It's not quite as bad for the Colts as you might imagine. They have a bye this week, and Matt Hasselbeck is still a reasonable backup at the age of 40. I assume Hasselbeck faces Atlanta in Week 11 -- the Falcons schedule gets EVEN MORE RIDICULOUSLY EASY with this injury -- and probably Tampa Bay in Week 12. Perhaps Luck can be back in time for Week 13 at Pittsburgh?
49 comments, Last at 15 Nov 2015, 8:46am by Raiderjoe
09 Nov 2015, 05:28pm by Andrew Potter
Ben Roethlisberger's latest injury is just part of a string of bad news for the Steelers this year.
11 comments, Last at 11 Nov 2015, 6:31pm by Andrew Potter
06 Nov 2015, 04:47pm by Vincent Verhei
This is a fun little discovery by a British statistician called Joey Faulkner. In looking at how many NFL plays were run from each yard line, he noticed a pretty gradual curve, with a massive spike at the 20 -- which isn't surprising, since so many drives start there after touchbacks. However, he also noticed smaller spikes at the 30, 40, 50, the other 40, et cetera, all over the field more or less between the 10s. His hypothesis: NFL referees, like all humans, have a natural tendency to spot the ball right on the 10-yard lines when they end up anywhere near that general vicinity.
33 comments, Last at 10 Nov 2015, 4:06am by Eleutheria
It's good to be the Carolina Panthers: trending upwards in DVOA, with an easier schedule and postseason path moving them past the Patriots as our Super Bowl favorites.