08 Nov 2013, 12:21pm by Scott Kacsmar
Based on DVOA and other factors, we can say with conviction we are experiencing the best 0-8 team (Tampa Bay) and the least competitive team (Jacksonville) since the merger. But the 2008 Lions may want to keep the Faygo in the fridge if they think one of these teams will join them in celebration at 0-16.
10 comments, Last at 10 Nov 2013, 6:22pm by Scott Kacsmar
05 Nov 2013, 03:43pm by Rivers McCown
A brief look at the biggest weakness for each of the NFL's major contenders so far.
7 comments, Last at 07 Nov 2013, 8:04am by Lyford
01 Nov 2013, 11:01am by Scott Kacsmar
After his historic day against Dallas, Calvin Johnson's on pace for the best season in terms of Win Probability Added by a non-quarterback since 1999. Is it about time we start giving the receivers the respect they deserve for the value they bring to these pass-happy offenses?
7 comments, Last at 01 Nov 2013, 5:57pm by StanSellsBoats
29 Oct 2013, 02:04pm by Rivers McCown
Remember early in the season when it looked like the 49ers were struggling? They've quietly reestablished themselves as contenders, and help for their receiving corps and pass rush could be on the way.
21 comments, Last at 12 Nov 2013, 8:41pm by Ian Chapman
25 Oct 2013, 12:19pm by Scott Kacsmar
With the trade deadline coming up, will losing teams consider dealing players like Josh Gordon or Adrian Peterson? And if they make a trade, which teams make the best partners?
5 comments, Last at 26 Oct 2013, 6:28pm by justanothersteve
22 Oct 2013, 12:56pm by Rivers McCown
The Bengals are a well-built team that has proved they can win battles of attrition, but games like Sunday must become more common from Andy Dalton if they're going to seriously be considered NFL royalty.
5 comments, Last at 24 Oct 2013, 12:02am by greybeard
20 Oct 2013, 12:35pm by Scott Kacsmar
Andrew Luck may not be setting the league on fire like Dan Marino in 1983-84, but his consistent performances in situational football put him on a path to greatness that Peyton Manning once walked in Indianapolis. But is Luck walking it faster?
5 comments, Last at 21 Oct 2013, 4:22pm by mmeiselman
15 Oct 2013, 01:23pm by Rivers McCown
The big difference in New Orleans' passing attack this year isn't Sean Payton's return -- it's the return of Jimmy Graham's health. If that is compromised in any way going forward by his foot injury, New Orleans could be in trouble.
11 Oct 2013, 01:34pm by Scott Kacsmar
The read option hasn't been as effective this year, even though teams are using it more. More details here.
22 comments, Last at 14 Oct 2013, 4:16am by Borkowskowitz
08 Oct 2013, 03:07pm by Rivers McCown
Indianapolis has taken giant steps forward on both offense and pass defense through five games. With Pep Hamilton in charge, the Andrew Luck-led offense has seen a big boost in third-down efficiency and run-game success. Robert Mathis probably won't wind up with 30 sacks this season though, so the pass defense is still more questionable than our ratings make them out to be.
4 comments, Last at 09 Oct 2013, 3:57pm by Heracleitii