04 Nov 2014, 12:01pm by Scott Kacsmar
Scott Kacsmar tells the tale of how Ben Roethlisberger has quietly been one of the best quarterbacks of his era, and he's never played better than he is right now. (Click to read more.)
115 comments, Last at 20 Nov 2014, 9:05am by Jerry
04 Nov 2014, 10:45am by Matt Waldman
I was wrong about Andre Ellington’s NFL career, but I probably would have made the same conclusions if I had to do it again. Find out why.
03 Nov 2014, 03:41pm by Andrew Potter
The first-place Eagles lose key starters on both sides of the ball.
14 comments, Last at 05 Nov 2014, 4:24pm by chemical burn
03 Nov 2014, 03:30pm by Vincent Verhei
I'm just going to quote the intro paragraph here: "Week 9 had no shortage of big-time storylines. Let’s examine each of them, from Big Ben’s second straight six-spot, to the Patriots’ punishment of Peyton, to the Cards’ continued dominance in the NFC."
2 comments, Last at 04 Nov 2014, 2:42pm by RickD
03 Nov 2014, 08:53am by Mike Tanier
Also, the Bilal Powell Wildcat has actually begun to affect my quality of life.
10 comments, Last at 04 Nov 2014, 2:04am by chemical burn
01 Nov 2014, 08:16am by Mike Tanier
Merry BradyManningmas. Scroll past the Monday night game.
16 comments, Last at 03 Nov 2014, 12:58am by Raiderjoe
31 Oct 2014, 07:48pm by Vincent Verhei
This piece by Andrew Heisel at Vice Sports (the official way-too-long headline of which is "NFL Players Didn't Know the Dangers of Playing Football and Neither Did Anyone Else") looks back at historical injury data and articles to determine whether NFL players have known what they were getting in to.
31 Oct 2014, 02:47pm by Tom Gower
This week's Sunday Night Football column for NBC Sports covers what happens the week after a quarterback has a big passing day like Ben Roethlisberger has. The short answer: a whole lot of regression to the mean.
7 comments, Last at 05 Nov 2014, 12:25am by LionInAZ
31 Oct 2014, 12:07pm by Aaron Schatz
University of Houston head coach Tony Levine disagrees with statisticians about the random nature of turnovers, and has tried to build his team's strategy around winning the turnover margin consistently. Is this truly possible, or have the Cougars just had two lucky years?
17 comments, Last at 02 Nov 2014, 10:49pm by Whatev
28 Oct 2014, 04:20pm by Aaron Schatz
Tampa Bay is your one team active at the trade deadline, trading safety Mark Barron to St. Louis for fourth- and sixth-round picks, and backup linebacker Jonathan Casillas to the Patriots for... oh, probably not much, but it isn't announced yet. Barron is the big deal here. Really, if I ran an NFL team I would happily trade a fourth and a sixth to get a guy who just two years ago was the No. 7 overall pick in the whole draft... and who has been completely misused by his current head coach. Mark Barron is a strong safety. He belongs in the box. He is not your Cover-2 deep guy.
19 comments, Last at 31 Oct 2014, 11:02am by dryheat
The Seahawks' ability to cover New England's once-in-a-generation tight end will go a long way in determining who wins Super Bowl XLIX.