22 Nov 2011, 04:18pm by Vince Verhei
The Giants have a major weakness right now: an inability to run the football effectively.
3 comments, Last at 23 Nov 2011, 11:55am by Kurt
21 Nov 2011, 10:49pm by Brian Fremeau
Both the Razorbacks and Tigers rank in the top-10 in Special Teams Efficiency (STE), but they excel in different ways. For Arkansas, its the electric punt and kickoff return teams; for LSU, punting and place kicking. Brian Fremeau breaks down the matchups to watch for in between offensive series.
20 Nov 2011, 06:10pm by Rivers McCown
We take a look at how first-time starters fare against pass defenses of varying quality: just how much will the Pats' defense help Tyler Palko?
18 Nov 2011, 09:57am by Brian Fremeau
Houston has much more in common with the 2007 Hawaii Warriors (a team that flopped badly in a Sugar Bowl matchup with Georgia) than with the non-AQ BCS busters like Utah, Boise State, and TCU that have thrived in recent seasons.
1 comment, Last at 18 Nov 2011, 1:55pm by AnonymousBoob
17 Nov 2011, 12:18pm by Aaron Schatz
I'm a well-known Mark Sanchez detractor, so perhaps you'll be surprised to see me defending the Jets quarterback in this piece. The main point: There's a difference between horrible and slightly below-average, especially when you're talking about a third-year player who still has potential for improvement.
4 comments, Last at 22 Nov 2011, 12:43am by Anonymous(not that one)
16 Nov 2011, 01:55pm by Danny Tuccitto
We know that the score line affects how much teams run the ball. Do you want to know which fantasy backs are most and least affected by that phenomenon? In this week's fantasy column, we detail running back usage rates by score gap; and, of course, the player matchups to watch.
2 comments, Last at 17 Nov 2011, 12:48pm by cbirkemeier
15 Nov 2011, 02:52pm by Vince Verhei
The enigmatic Baltimore Ravens are one of the most inconsistent teams in the league, playing better against good teams than against bad teams. Also, we're sick of writing about the Eagles.
7 comments, Last at 16 Nov 2011, 7:30am by GrandVezir
13 Nov 2011, 07:29pm by Danny Tuccitto
Green Bay may be undefeated, but so far they have a very obvious Achilles heel: pass defense. Can a team with a below average pass defense actually win the Super Bowl? It would be pretty darn rare. And why exactly is the Packers pass defense playing so much worse than last year?
5 comments, Last at 16 Nov 2011, 10:09am by Mr. Guest to you
11 Nov 2011, 11:38am by Aaron Schatz
Looking at similarity scores for top young running backs Matt Forte, Ray Rice, and Arian Foster, and trying to figure out who deserves to be paid the big bucks.
11 comments, Last at 14 Nov 2011, 7:00pm by tuluse