19 Jun 2009, 06:52pm by Bill Barnwell
Our list of the NFL's most irreplaceable players, based not only on how good they are but how big the drop in quality is to their backups.
11 comments, Last at 30 Jun 2009, 7:31pm by SammyG
16 Jun 2009, 11:18am by Bill Barnwell
Today's ESPN INSIDER feature looks at the effect upon the Eagles of losing Jeremiah Trotter, Hugh Douglas, Bobby Taylor/Troy Vincent, and Corey Simon, and whether that provides them the benefit of the doubt for their dealings with their crop of veterans over the next two years.
5 comments, Last at 16 Jun 2009, 10:52pm by SolomonsLines
12 Jun 2009, 12:14pm by Bill Barnwell
Our five AFC Building Blocks to be are...
14 comments, Last at 14 Jun 2009, 7:13am by Jimmy Oz
11 Jun 2009, 03:19pm by Bill Barnwell
Which NFC players might become building blocks for their teams in 2009?
6 comments, Last at 12 Jun 2009, 12:14pm by GnomeChumpsky
13 May 2009, 12:13pm by Bill Barnwell
As part of ESPN's package today on players on the hotseat, we've looked league-wide and found ten spots that teams left unfilled this offseason.
10 comments, Last at 04 Jun 2009, 8:07pm by Theo
11 May 2009, 05:51pm by Bill Barnwell
This week's ESPN Insider feature looks at the other side of drops; which teams and players were on defense for the most drops in 2008, and was it luck or skill?
17 comments, Last at 26 Jun 2009, 4:29pm by ChicagoRaider
05 May 2009, 04:03pm by Bill Barnwell
This week's ESPN Insider feature is a look at ten rookies who profile as potential immediate starters at the NFL level.
7 comments, Last at 12 Jun 2009, 4:06pm by Richard
21 Apr 2009, 11:35am by Bill Barnwell
This week's ESPN Insider feature looks at the track record of upper-echelon wide receivers when moving from one team to another, and what factors teams need to consider when making trades for the likes of Anquan Boldin and Braylon Edwards.
2 comments, Last at 21 Apr 2009, 4:31pm by Catfish84
15 Apr 2009, 10:20am by Aaron Schatz
Just in time for the release of the new NFL schedule, here's a look at five common misconceptions about bye weeks, travel, and other schedule issues. We've written about the first four in the past; the new finding here is that there's no correlation between injuries and when a team has its bye week.
13 comments, Last at 19 Apr 2009, 11:50pm by the silent speaker