27 Oct 2014, 03:17pm by Andrew Potter
Bad years for the Rams and Bears just keep getting worse.
5 comments, Last at 29 Oct 2014, 4:17pm by LionInAZ
27 Oct 2014, 02:53pm by Vincent Verhei
This article is a few days old (it was written in advance of the Detroit-Atlanta game in London), but it still offers an interesting look of the NFL's replay process and technological advances, contrasted with the behind-the-scenes goings on of English sporting life.
27 Oct 2014, 02:45pm by Vincent Verhei
Peter King, like everyone else, was impressed with Ben Roethlisberger's big day. He's also impressed with Tom Brady and Peyton Manning, and Arizona's latest find at receiver, but he's still worried about Seattle.
7 comments, Last at 29 Oct 2014, 6:09am by Bright Blue Shorts
27 Oct 2014, 08:36am by Mike Tanier
With special appearances from Anna and Elsa and The Scrummy Soprano.
1 comment, Last at 27 Oct 2014, 9:52am by steveNC
26 Oct 2014, 07:31pm by Matt Waldman
Get the RSP pre-draft sample evaluation on Martavis Bryant, who has three touchdowns in two games since the Steelers made him an active contributor in the offense.
3 comments, Last at 31 Oct 2014, 2:04pm by jacobk
25 Oct 2014, 09:32am by Mike Tanier
Just a little top-down synergizing on the "culture trumps scheme" paradigm.
12 comments, Last at 27 Oct 2014, 9:30pm by LionInAZ
24 Oct 2014, 12:19pm by Tom Gower
For this week's SNF feature for NBC Sports, I wrote about the Green Bay Packer receiver leading the league in DYAR. Nope, it's Randall Cobb, not Jordy Nelson.
9 comments, Last at 28 Oct 2014, 1:19pm by PackerNation
23 Oct 2014, 04:58am by Vincent Verhei
This was supposed to be the week Jake Locker returned to the starting lineup in Tennessee. Plans change. Jim Wyatt of The Tennesseean reports that the Titans plan to give sixth-round rookie Zach Mettenberger his first career start against Houston this Sunday.
34 comments, Last at 24 Oct 2014, 5:24pm by mehllageman56
22 Oct 2014, 07:29pm by Vincent Verhei
I know what you're thinking: It's about time the New England Patriots got a little coverage on this site. The good news is this isn't a story about Bill Belichick's frosty demeanor, or Tom Brady's latest modeling gig. No, this piece by Brian Filipiak at Sons of Sam Horn breaks down the recent successes and failures of the New England run defense, and though it's a specific analysis of the Patriots, there's a lot of good stuff in here that will help explain what's going on with any other team.
7 comments, Last at 25 Oct 2014, 2:14am by mehllageman56
Short-yardage passing had a good year, except at the end of the Super Bowl. We look at the return of quarterback runs, the rise in pass-happy strategy, and 2014 success rates for offense and defense.