11 Feb 2016, 07:16pm by Vincent Verhei
Ending the unrealistic-but-not-impossible speculation that the Raiders might leave Oakland this season, Rachel Swan of the San Francisco Chronicle reports that the football team signed a lease to stay in O.co. Coliseum for 2016, with one-year options for 2017 and 2018. The long-term future of the team is still in doubt, with San Antonio and Las Vegas among the cities that have met with the Raiders about relocation. And if the Chargers are able to get a new stadium deal to stay in San Diego, then it's also possible that the Rams and Raiders will end up sharing a stadium in Los Angeles.
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08 Feb 2016, 03:14pm by Aaron Schatz
Here's our announcement of the four men who starred in Super Bowl 50 and will be new Football Outsiders-branded elite players for Madden 16 Ultimate Team this weekend. (Click to read more.)
08 Feb 2016, 12:02am by Vincent Verhei
Marshawn Lynch has apparently left the NFL the same way he played in it -- as a man of few words.
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06 Feb 2016, 10:04pm by Scott Kacsmar
The Pro Football Hall of Fame announces the class of 2016.
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31 Jan 2016, 09:34pm by Aaron Schatz
I never quite know at what point we should be posting news of the "sources report" variety. I usually prefer for a trade or retirement or cut to actually be announced. But at this point there have been enough reports that Calvin Johnson is going to retire that I think we can consider this one on the up-and-up. Johnson is still playing at a high level -- he was eighth in DYAR and 16th in DVOA among wide receivers this year -- and the Lions are going to miss him significantly on the field.
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29 Jan 2016, 06:58pm by Vincent Verhei
The Chargers announced today they will play the 2016 NFL season in San Diego, but their future in the city beyond that is very much in jeopardy.
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28 Jan 2016, 03:35pm by Vincent Verhei
The NFL has announced its all-time Super Bowl 50 Golden Team, "celebrating the best overall career performances in the Super Bowl." As you would expect, the roster is dominated by Steelers -- seven Pittsburgh players made the list, followed by five Cowboys, four 49ers, three Raiders, and three Packers. (Though that tally gets complicated by Deion Sanders and Charles Haley, each of whom played in a Super Bowl with both Dallas and San Francisco. I just counted one as a 49er, one as a Cowboy.) Only one Patriot makes the list: kicker Adam Vinatieri.
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25 Jan 2016, 04:35pm by Andrew Potter
What injuries did Carolina and Denver suffer on their way to the Super Bowl?
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23 Jan 2016, 04:22am by Vincent Verhei
Benjamin Morris at 538.com points out that in all the madness of Andy Reid's clock mutilation and Aaron Rodgers' Hails of Mary, few noticed that both the Chiefs and Packers kicked extra points when basic math and league-wide averages said they should have gone for two. This is actually a few days old, but hey, Morris used my Tweet, so it's only fair to mention his piece here.
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21 Jan 2016, 10:52am by Mike Tanier
Featuring guest commentary from Fate himself. Herself? Featuring guest commentary from Fate.
14 comments, Last at 24 Jan 2016, 1:03pm by Will Allen
An erratic but improving offensive line played a big part in Denver's championship win.