04 Dec 2010, 06:33pm by Doug Farrar
This week's Monday Night Football feature for ESPN Insider goes in depth on how this year's Patriots offense compares to the record-setting offense of 2007... and why this year's offense is likely to avoid the late-season fade of three years ago.
10 comments, Last at 07 Dec 2010, 3:49pm by Marcumzilla
03 Dec 2010, 04:18pm by Brian Fremeau
In the only conference championship rematch of 2010, South Carolina looks to flip the script and take down undefeated Auburn. Brian Fremeau breaks down the drive summary from their first meeting to identify offensive, defensive and special teams opportunities for each team.
1 comment, Last at 03 Dec 2010, 10:10pm by JonFrum
02 Dec 2010, 08:37pm by Aaron Schatz
This week's Numbers Crunching goes in depth on Steelers-Ravens, Bucs-Falcons, and Jets-Patriots. Time to give Geno Hayes some love!
2 comments, Last at 04 Dec 2010, 1:41pm by Boo-urns
02 Dec 2010, 03:18pm by Bill Barnwell
We attempt to find the new Devin Aromashodu or Billy Volek before getting into this week's games.
2 comments, Last at 02 Dec 2010, 6:08pm by Jayson Werth
02 Dec 2010, 01:55pm by Bill Barnwell
We use similarity scores to project the future of our number-one prospect in this feature for ESPN Insider.
1 comment, Last at 03 Dec 2010, 5:40pm by drobviousso
30 Nov 2010, 01:32pm by Vincent Verhei
If you want to shut down Michael Vick, you better know your left from your right. Vince Verhei explains in this week's Any Given Sunday.
25 comments, Last at 03 Dec 2010, 7:42pm by Tampa Bay Mike
27 Nov 2010, 04:12pm by Doug Farrar
In this week's Monday Night Football feature for ESPN Insider, Doug Farrar details how the Cardinals left themselves unprepared for the loss of veterans before the 2010 season.
19 comments, Last at 29 Nov 2010, 11:58pm by Spielman
24 Nov 2010, 09:59am by Bill Barnwell
Fantasy Matchups looks at the Rusty Smith matchup in detail.
2 comments, Last at 26 Nov 2010, 8:12pm by Jayson Werth
24 Nov 2010, 09:50am by Aaron Schatz
This week's Numbers Crunching breaks down San Diego at Indianapolis, Green Bay at Atlanta, and Jacksonville at the New York Giants.
3 comments, Last at 24 Nov 2010, 10:48pm by Ddnova
23 Nov 2010, 04:11pm by Vincent Verhei
Rusty Smith or Kerry Collins, does it really matter? If the Titans make the playoffs, they'll do it with defense and special teams -- and even in an upset loss, those two units still came to play against Washington.
3 comments, Last at 24 Nov 2010, 7:02pm by dmb