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.
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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.
25 comments, Last at 14 Oct 2009, 2:13pm by coboney
12 Oct 2009, 03:06pm by Sean McCormick
This week's MNF feature looks at the trade of Braylon Edwards to the Jets.
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09 Oct 2009, 02:36pm by The Outsiders
This week's FO college football feature on ESPN looks at units that are doing a great job underneath the radar: offenses for Stanford and TCU as well as defenses for Virginia, Oregon, and USF.
09 Oct 2009, 12:46pm by Bill Barnwell
This week's fantasy matchups column looks at when you should consider a player's past performance against a specific team. Plus: It's a good week for Big Ben and FO binky Jerome Harrison, and an even worse than usual week for JaMarcus Russell. Can you complete zero percent of passes in a game?
3 comments, Last at 10 Oct 2009, 9:40pm by tuluse
08 Oct 2009, 04:15pm by Aaron Schatz
Here's our weekly look at interesting statistics from the NFL's upcoming games.
06 Oct 2009, 03:39pm by Vincent Verhei
How for real are the Broncos? If Sunday's win over Dallas is any indication, the answer is "very." Plus: Will someone please get the Cowboys some wide receivers?
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04 Oct 2009, 08:18pm by Aaron Schatz
We update an essay from Pro Football Prospectus 2005 that looked at Brett Favre's supposedly poor record indoors. The short version: The Metrodome isn't Favre's Kryptonite anymore, if it ever really was.
02 Oct 2009, 03:27pm by Bill Barnwell
This week's Numbers Crunching ponders the bizarre splits of three weeks of NFL action.