16 Oct 2013, 03:03pm by Scott Kacsmar
This week's key matchups include Cam Newton feasting on the Rams and why Brandon Jacobs may actually be a good start in Week 7 against Minnesota. Yes, you are still in 2013.
15 Oct 2013, 02:18pm by Brian Fremeau
With the release of the first BCS rankings scheduled for this Sunday, which teams are likely to hold their position and potentially move up as the season progresses?
1 comment, Last at 16 Oct 2013, 12:52pm by cfn_ms
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
10 Oct 2013, 01:23pm by Aaron Schatz
Could Washington throw the NFC East into further topsy-turvy turmoil? Plus, in Cover Watch: Just how big is the gap between EJ Manuel and Thad Lewis, anyway?
09 Oct 2013, 01:40pm by Scott Kacsmar
Julio Jones is out for the year, but his production has to go somewhere in Atlanta. Matt Schaub deserves one more chance against a poor St. Louis defense while Knowshon Moreno (sixth in fantasy points among running backs) may have his best game of the season against Jacksonville.
2 comments, Last at 11 Oct 2013, 7:21am by rock
08 Oct 2013, 09:12pm by Brian Fremeau
Ranking the five biggest match-ups remaining in the regular season in terms of their projected impact on the BCS national championship race.
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
04 Oct 2013, 01:22pm by Scott Kacsmar
There's no denying the Seattle Seahawks are a much different team on the road than at home, but can it all be placed on their location forcing them to travel more than any other team? Travel from west-to-east has been a debated topic in the NFL and we have found data that is certainly interesting, though not largely conclusive on whether or not the Pacific teams are at a significant disadvantage.
20 comments, Last at 07 Oct 2013, 10:02am by Ranbonamus
03 Oct 2013, 04:11pm by Aaron Schatz
Interesting notes for this week's Colts-Seahawks matchup: Seattle's cornerbacks have actually given up a lot of yardage to opposing wideouts this year, and the Colts' defense really needs to figure out how to stop Seattle on second downs. Cover Watch looks at the Jets and Falcons.
13 comments, Last at 09 Oct 2013, 3:46am by Jennifer Herren