19 Jul 2011, 03:58pm by Aaron Schatz
ESPN asked a bunch of us ESPN-associated writers which team we picked as the most set up to win from 2014-2016. After consulting with the FO staff, I went with Green Bay, which has a lot of young talent and has younger players in line to replace its most important older players (Shields for Woodson, Nelson for Driver, Sherrod for Clifton). We also thought about the Rams, Patriots, and Bucs, who all get votes from others. John Clayton goes with the team Ben Muth wanted me to pick: "Whoever gets Andrew Luck."
23 comments, Last at 26 Jul 2011, 7:12pm by tuluse
12 Jul 2011, 12:29pm by Rivers McCown
Sometimes that great player who falls to you in the draft is, in fact, too good to be true.
27 comments, Last at 19 Jul 2011, 6:23pm by nath
28 Jun 2011, 06:04pm by Brian McIntyre
Today's entry in the ESPN "10 Most Disappointing" series looks at frustrating examples of teams giving up early on players (and one coach) who went on to huge success with other teams.
14 comments, Last at 13 Sep 2011, 4:35pm by Josh0364
21 Jun 2011, 11:57am by Sean McCormick
Continuing our series on NFL disappointments, today we look at players who burned their fantasy owners: Lots of guys struck by the Curse of 370, a couple disappointing quarterbacks, and the long-lost forgotten horrible 2001 season of Derrick Alexander.
5 comments, Last at 25 Jun 2011, 8:14pm by IrishLuck
14 Jun 2011, 11:47am by Mike Tanier
Our "most disappointing" lists continue with the 10 most disappointing playoff flops of the last 25 years. The rule is only teams that lost their first playoff game, so you get no 1998 Vikings. But you do get plenty of Martyball.
42 comments, Last at 29 Jun 2011, 3:36pm by sjt
09 Jun 2011, 11:20am by Brian McIntyre
Our ESPN Insider "Most Disappointing" series continues with Andre Rison, Albert Haynesworth, and other free agent flops.
6 comments, Last at 11 Jun 2011, 5:19pm by ammek
31 May 2011, 07:31pm by Aaron Schatz
Here's the latest in our series on "10 Most Disappointing" for ESPN Insider. This week, it's players who couldn't follow up impressive rookie seasons, from recent players (Steve Slaton, Jarius Byrd) to those you've forgotten (Mike Croel, Reggie Brooks).
4 comments, Last at 02 Jun 2011, 4:34pm by Aaron Brooks' Good Twin
24 May 2011, 11:50am by Mike Tanier
Not the ten most one-sided trades. No, this is a list of the top ten trades that worked for nobody. Was one year of Terrell Owens worth the headaches? Was Brandon Meriweather worth watching Reche Caldwell drop passes in the AFC Championship Game? Features appearances by all kinds of bad quarterbacks including Kelly Stouffer, Rex Grossman, and A.J. Feeley. Click the discussion thread for the text from the two "Honorable Mention" entries.
18 comments, Last at 27 May 2011, 9:55am by Anonymouse
17 May 2011, 01:40pm by Sean McCormick
When there's no NFL news to talk about, what are a bunch of football writers to do? Write up some lists, of course. We aren't immune. Here's the beginning of a series for ESPN on "Top 10 Most Disappointing," starting with the 10 most disappointing teams of the last 25 years.
20 comments, Last at 19 May 2011, 12:28pm by Sean McCormick
19 Apr 2011, 01:03pm by Mike Tanier
For this week's ESPN Insider column, Mike Tanier discusses why the post-lockout environment could favor a few specific teams, including Green Bay, Seattle, Pittsburgh, New England, and the New York Giants.
2 comments, Last at 12 Oct 2011, 2:26pm by Ryan