10 Nov 2009, 11:01am by Aaron Schatz
Yours truly guests on the Bill Simmons podcast along with Mike Lombardi, catching up with the NFL at midseason. Included: Lombardi and I make the same Super Bowl pick at gunpoint, why Miami is the best team with a losing record, and how the Giants might be similar to the 2005 Steelers.
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08 Nov 2009, 11:15pm by Bill Barnwell
This week's Monday Night Football feature asks fans to look at Kyle Orton's rookie season in its proper context, and consider how he's played over the past two seasons. What if Orton is a much better quarterback than anyone gives him credit for?
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06 Nov 2009, 01:01pm by Bill Barnwell
With a look at fantasy points by month.
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05 Nov 2009, 11:11am by Aaron Schatz
Among this week's subjects in Numbers Crunching: The incredible consistency of the New England offense, how the Saints' biggest weakness could lead to a Carolina upset, and why DVOA's rank for the Houston defense (28th) is so different from the NFL's official rank (16th).
04 Nov 2009, 12:53pm by Bill Connelly
This week's ESPN Insider college football feature takes a look at this week's big LSU-Alabama contest. With so many good defensive players on both sides, how is anybody going to score in this game? Look at the numbers, and you'll see each team will have certain openings for offense.
04 Nov 2009, 11:25am by Vincent Verhei
Baltimore's domination of the previously undefeated Broncos helps show us that the Ravens are a major contender despite their 4-3 record.
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02 Nov 2009, 02:34pm by Sean McCormick
This week's ESPN MNF feature takes a look at Matt Ryan's huge home-away splits.
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30 Oct 2009, 12:31pm by Bill Barnwell
You know, because relying on Matthew Stafford and Marc Bulger to put on a display is such a great idea.
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29 Oct 2009, 02:32pm by Aaron Schatz
Does it seem like 2009 has more awful teams than ever before? As this ESPN article points out, the difference isn't that big, and the bad teams aren't as bad as you think. Schedule strength means things are going to get better... except for Tampa Bay and Washington.
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29 Oct 2009, 11:21am by Aaron Schatz
In our latest look at stats for this week's matchups around the league: Philadelphia needs to get more out of its Wildcat, Steve Slaton has a weird rushing/receiving split, and Tennessee makes a big punter upgrade. Plus: Aaron Rodgers gets ready for a big day of YAC-ity sacks.