09 Nov 2010, 01:29pm by Vincent Verhei
Patriots fans will choke on their lunches, or whatever else they are eating in front of their computers, when they see just how much Wes Welker and the Pats tight ends have struggled without Randy Moss around to draw the safeties deep.
29 comments, Last at 10 Nov 2010, 10:31am by RichC
02 Nov 2010, 03:34pm by Vincent Verhei
In which we ask: What if Mark Sanchez hasn't really improved this season?
20 comments, Last at 09 Nov 2010, 3:47am by Vince Verhei
27 Oct 2010, 11:46am by Vincent Verhei
Normally, Any Given Sunday looks at what we can learn from an upset about a team's weaknesses going forward. But sometimes, an upset is just an upset, and this was one of those weeks. Plus: Why Colt McCoy's early accuracy is nothing special.
2 comments, Last at 27 Oct 2010, 3:53pm by Joseph
19 Oct 2010, 12:52pm by Vincent Verhei
It's a tale of two lines this week in Any Given Sunday. You're probably familiar with the woeful state of the Chicago offensive line, but the experiment on Seattle's defensive line, and the big results it's producing, may surprise you.
10 comments, Last at 21 Oct 2010, 10:48am by Eddo
12 Oct 2010, 06:23pm by Vincent Verhei
Just how bad are the San Diego Chargers on special teams this year? Really, really, historically bad. So bad, we had to invent a stat comparable to herpes.
7 comments, Last at 15 Oct 2010, 5:06pm by Scott C
05 Oct 2010, 05:51pm by Vincent Verhei
This week's Any Given Sunday discusses the holes in the Philadelphia run defense as well as the problems the Redskins are having against the pass.
9 comments, Last at 08 Oct 2010, 2:41pm by Bowl Game Anomaly
28 Sep 2010, 01:41pm by Vincent Verhei
This week's Any Given Sunday explains how the Saints have the same problems now that they had in both 2008 and 2009: When the defense isn't playing with a lead, it is just not very good.
21 Sep 2010, 12:15pm by Vincent Verhei
Can you name the last offensive lineman drafted by Dallas in the first round? Hint: It was in 1981.
8 comments, Last at 04 Oct 2010, 7:48pm by stephenmcf
14 Sep 2010, 12:34pm by Vincent Verhei
As the first Any Given Sunday of the season points out, it isn't Houston's victory over Indianapolis that is important. It's how the Texans won, finally showing a running game to compliment their passing game and exposing the return of Indy's run defense issues.
20 comments, Last at 16 Sep 2010, 11:26pm by drobviousso
19 Jan 2010, 01:32pm by Aaron Schatz
The final Any Given Sunday of the 2009 season takes a look at similarity scores for Shonn Greene and Mark Sanchez in their rookie seasons. You will never believe what first-year starting quarterback had the most similar season to Sanchez -- or just how similar it was.
39 comments, Last at 21 Jan 2010, 9:54am by DrewTS