16 Mar 2012, 11:17am by Aaron Schatz
How much does a team improve when it adds a top pass-rusher? Looking back at the last 20 years, the answer seems to be both "not much" and "a lot," depending on whether you had realistic expectations for what one non-quarterback can mean to a team's overall performance.
14 comments, Last at 15 Oct 2012, 2:31pm by sera
15 Mar 2012, 05:03pm by Rivers McCown
Mario Williams is an ideal solution to the Bills' pass rush woes ... if he can stay healthy.
11 comments, Last at 15 Oct 2012, 2:32pm by sera
10 Mar 2012, 07:47pm by Rivers McCown
The Redskins are taking a big risk by trading up in the draft for the opportunity to take Robert Griffin III. He projects as a great franchise quarterback, but the loss of so many picks will hurt the team's depth in the short- and long-term.
45 comments, Last at 11 Apr 2013, 11:41am by Anonymous12
05 Mar 2012, 06:34pm by Rivers McCown
The bad uses are mostly circumstantial, but, to be clear: keeping a talented running back on a one-year deal is good. Keeping your franchise quarterback on the tag despite having nearly eight months to negotiate with him, thus losing your All-Pro guard and star receiver, is bad.
13 comments, Last at 08 Mar 2012, 4:55pm by LionInAZ
02 Mar 2012, 05:31pm by Aaron Schatz
Where are the best fits for top free agents like Mario Williams and Peyton Manning? Try Tennessee and Seattle, respectively.
13 comments, Last at 05 Mar 2012, 6:22pm by CoachG
29 Feb 2012, 01:42pm by Aaron Schatz
Here's a look at Speed Score for the 2012 class of running backs. This year, Speed Score actually falls pretty close in line with conventional wisdom, except for a couple of sleeper power backs with injury questions.
18 comments, Last at 06 Mar 2012, 1:08am by Dan
24 Feb 2012, 05:15pm by Vince Verhei
In recent years, great running backs haven't done much to carry teams through the playoffs. The best teams have gotten by with later-round picks and undrafted free agents. Plus, looking at the last decade of top 16 picks suggests that drafting defense is the best way to turn your team around.
18 comments, Last at 29 Feb 2012, 6:02am by Mr Shush
17 Feb 2012, 02:55pm by Vince Verhei
We recommend five players who need the franchise tag: Ray Rice, Matt Forte, Wes Welker, Carlos Rogers, and either Drew Brees or Carl Nicks.
23 comments, Last at 24 Feb 2012, 4:53pm by Anonymoussa
06 Feb 2012, 05:22am by Rivers McCown
A look at New York's chances of contending for the crown again next season shows a lot of reasons to be optimistic.
25 comments, Last at 29 Feb 2012, 4:41am by the cat in the box is dead
02 Feb 2012, 01:14pm by Danny Tuccitto
The Patriots are in the Super Bowl after spending three years undoing Josh McDaniels' pass offense. How soon they get back depends in part on the degree to which he undoes the undoing. In this Insider piece, we use game charting data to chronicle the history of the former, and explore potential options regarding the latter.
23 comments, Last at 06 Feb 2012, 4:55am by Vince Verhei