22 Oct 2009, 04:03pm by Aaron Schatz
Our roundup of interesting stats for Week 7 shows the big gap between San Diego's starting wide receivers and explains how Cincinnati's strength is Chicago's weakness.
21 Oct 2009, 12:15pm by Mike Tanier
We put together a glossary of route-running terms to accompany an article by Seth Wickersham in the next (non-naked) issue of ESPN The Magazine. The ESPN folks have tossed it online for those who have Insider, along with a pretty little flash app that lets you click through diagrams of the various routes.
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20 Oct 2009, 01:13pm by Vincent Verhei
This week's Any Given Sunday looks at Sunday's shocking Eagles loss and finds that it is the product of some bad luck, injuries on the offensive line, and a big gaping 32-year-old hole in the middle of the defense.
5 comments, Last at 21 Oct 2009, 11:40am by chemical burn
19 Oct 2009, 01:50pm by Bill Barnwell
This week's MNF feature on ESPN takes a look at the biggest problem with the San Diego Chargers -- not the coach, not the offense, but one specific injury on defense.
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18 Oct 2009, 08:32pm by Brian Fremeau
Brian Fremeau examines the plight of one-loss teams in the BCS.
15 Oct 2009, 01:25pm by Aaron Schatz
Here are some key stats from all of this weekend's matchups, including a look at some surprising strengths: Kansas City's special teams, Cincinnati's coverage of top receivers, and Philadelphia's running game on third down.
14 Oct 2009, 06:02pm by Bill Connelly
This week's college football feature for ESPN Insider previews this weekend's big battle between USC and Notre Dame.
14 Oct 2009, 12:26pm by Bill Barnwell
For ESPN this week, I did a piece looking at how Drew Brees and Philip Rivers have performed since Brees' departure from the Chargers in 2006.
13 comments, Last at 16 Oct 2009, 7:11pm by Capitan
13 Oct 2009, 01:00pm by Vincent Verhei
What fatal 49ers flaw was exposed against the Falcons, and where is Frisco likely to fantastically fail in the future? And why are the Falcons likely to be filleted by four future foes? For more f-words, please ask Mike Singletary about this game.
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