01 Aug 2014, 01:53pm by Rivers McCown
How much can one franchise quarterback do when saddled with a bad roster in a bad division? We're about to find out. (Well, again.)
31 Jul 2014, 11:19am by Aaron Schatz
We simulated the season moving Arizona around to every division to see what happened. The result? Their Super Bowl odds would go up 60 percent in the AFC South. It's also good these days to live in the AFC North and NFC East. The NFC West, not so much.
2 comments, Last at 31 Jul 2014, 3:14pm by willybhu
30 Jul 2014, 09:23pm by Brian Fremeau
We compared FEI projections to Vegas lines to find which teams were the best bets to outperform and underperform season win total expectations in 2014.
2 comments, Last at 06 Aug 2014, 9:22pm by cfn_ms
24 Jul 2014, 02:57pm by Brian Fremeau
Which college football teams downgraded their schedule strength this season, and which ones made an upgrade?
23 Jul 2014, 12:48pm by Scott Kacsmar
At Insider we ranked all 32 NFL teams based solely on the collective talent of their players under the age of 25. Find out which star player made the birthday cut by less than a week, and which Super Bowl XLVIII participant brings up the rear.
5 comments, Last at 28 Jul 2014, 10:52pm by LionInAZ
22 Jul 2014, 10:33am by Aaron Schatz
Here's another preview of Football Outsiders Almanac 2014 while you anxiously wait for tomorrow night's release. Once again this year, our Top 25 Prospects list is also running on ESPN Insider. This is our list of promising lower-drafted (or undrafted) young players who haven't yet gotten much playing time. This year's top five: Andre Ellington, Travis Kelce, Damontre Moore, Jordan Reed, and Terron Armstead.
18 Jul 2014, 12:34pm by Vince Verhei
Today, looking at teams we think have a good chance to get better or worse in the NFC. On the rise: Atlanta, Tampa Bay, and Washington. Possibly declining: Arizona, Carolina, and the surprisingly old San Francisco 49ers.
17 Jul 2014, 12:50pm by Rivers McCown
Taking a look on ESPN Insider at which teams we think are on the rise or falling this season in the AFC. Moving up: Buffalo, Houston, and Pittsburgh. Moving down: Kansas City, Miami, and the New York Jets.
13 comments, Last at 19 Jul 2014, 9:26pm by Rocco
10 Jul 2014, 10:08pm by Brian Fremeau
Identifying the most likely College Football Playoff contenders over the next three seasons based on current program ratings and trajectory.