13 Aug 2010, 04:54pm by Bill Connelly
Expanding the use of the POE measure we often use to evaluate running backs, here's a look at what Points Over Expected can tell us about how returning quarterbacks did in 2009. Case Keenum, Ryan Mallett, Kellen Moore, Andrew Luck and others make the list. Jake Locker? Terrelle Pryor? Christian Ponder? They did not rank as high.
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10 Aug 2010, 10:00am by Bill Barnwell
Our ESPN feature this week gives a very broad outline of the plus-minus research introduced in this year's book/on the website, and then uses it to project some outlying wideouts in fantasy football heading into 2010.
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09 Aug 2010, 02:18pm by Brian Fremeau
At Insider, we take a look at which one-sided college rivalries are most likely to flip this season. Auburn could end a couple of streaks.
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04 Aug 2010, 10:53am by Ned Macey
This week's ESPN column finds a home for the best veteran free agents left on the market.
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03 Aug 2010, 01:18pm by Bill Barnwell
We have a story up for ESPN today on the effects of replacing Brett Favre with Tarvaris Jackson.
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03 Aug 2010, 01:11pm by Bill Barnwell
J.I. Halsell's salary cap analysis series ends with a look at the teams of the AFC West.
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29 Jul 2010, 06:58pm by Aaron Schatz
It isn't a shock that Andre' Davis may not be worth the money in Houston... but could the Colts possibly decide that Bob Sanders' unhealthy body isn't worth the money either?
28 Jul 2010, 01:30pm by J.I. Halsell
Here's our salary cap analysis for the AFC East, where players like Jason Allen and Vernon Gholston need to finally live up to their draft position, and the Patriots have to figure out how to pay Randy Moss and Tom Brady.
28 Jul 2010, 01:27pm by J.I. Halsell
This week, J.I. Halsell's salary cap analysis moves on to the AFC, starting with the fourth teams in the North.
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