02 Feb 2015, 01:42pm by Vincent Verhei
Peter King tries to explain what we all watched in the desert on Sunday night.
4 comments, Last at 03 Feb 2015, 1:20pm by Raiderjoe
02 Feb 2015, 08:57am by Mike Tanier
The full Troll So Hard headline was supposed to be Patriots Overcome Distractions in Ultimate Clutch Redemption Legacy Narrative.
4 comments, Last at 02 Feb 2015, 5:01pm by Kevin from Philly
02 Feb 2015, 03:12am by Matt Waldman
Looking beyond the single-worst call in Super Bowl history to make sense of a winning philosophy that came a yard shy of consecutive championships.
2 comments, Last at 02 Feb 2015, 7:20pm by Theo
31 Jan 2015, 08:50pm by Scott Kacsmar
The NFL Honors presents this year's award winners and Hall of Fame selections.
76 comments, Last at 01 Mar 2015, 3:06pm by tuluse
31 Jan 2015, 08:22pm by Scott Kacsmar
Scott Kacsmar previews Super Bowl XLIX.
31 Jan 2015, 10:28am by Matt Waldman
Strong isn’t flashy, but Jeff Lloyd and I show you why this Sun Devil’s ability to flash clean, simple execution makes him a prospect with game that should be pro ready sooner than later.
31 Jan 2015, 09:47am by Mike Tanier
I just felt like comparing Darrelle Revis to Mike Haynes, okay?
1 comment, Last at 31 Jan 2015, 8:54pm by RickD
30 Jan 2015, 02:58pm by Scott Kacsmar
Stephanie Stradley looks at topics for the Houston Texans heading into the 2015 offseason, and we look at teams with easy schedules and low variance.
6 comments, Last at 03 Feb 2015, 4:05pm by Steph
28 Jan 2015, 04:16pm by Aaron Schatz
HELL to the YES. Featuring guest stars!
7 comments, Last at 29 Jan 2015, 8:28am by rac5869
28 Jan 2015, 01:08pm by Aaron Schatz
A good feature on Five Thirty-Eight about the gradual, unstoppable, constant improvement of NFL kickers when it comes to field-goal accuracy. The research points out that many of our fourth-down models are actually outdated because they underestimate the odds of hitting a long field goal. Of course, this also makes punting from the opponent's 35 look even more stupid.
48 comments, Last at 30 Jan 2015, 12:48pm by Revenge
The Giants are the league's most injured team for the second straight year, while Chip Kelly's Eagles finish in the top five again. Also: Jay Gruden takes a page from Bill Belichick, and find out which team wasted their short-term IR tag.