23 Feb 2009, 05:31pm by Aaron Schatz
This week's feature for ESPN takes a look at Matt Cassel and points out that the Patriots have another alternative to Tom Brady: Kevin O'Connell. You also might note a piece on speed scores at ESPN today; that one will be re-run over here on FO later in the week.
4 comments, Last at 25 Feb 2009, 1:23am by Rich Conley
18 Feb 2009, 02:21pm by Doug Farrar
Doug Farrar takes a look at the biggest "Workout Warriors" of the last few NFL scouting combines, players who didn't quite pan out after their draft stock skyrocketed in Indianapolis.
13 comments, Last at 21 Feb 2009, 11:45pm by Illmatic74
11 Feb 2009, 03:37pm by Bill Barnwell
This ESPN Insider piece details why the Jets should give Kellen Clemens a second chance to be their starting quarterback.
21 comments, Last at 15 Feb 2009, 4:16pm by Noah of Arkadia
02 Feb 2009, 07:03pm by Bill Barnwell
Your best and worst DYAR numbers from Super Bowl XLIII. Did we mention that Kurt Warner outplayed Ben Roethlisberger?
61 comments, Last at 16 Feb 2009, 3:44am by JT
29 Jan 2009, 06:19pm by Aaron Schatz
Here's the final ESPN Numbers Crunching of the season, featuring a bit of a preview of tomorrow's big FO preview -- plus a couple bits that probably won't fit into tomorrow's preview. Learn about the penalty split between Pittsburgh's offense and defense, the way the Steelers have matched the Panthers, and how Ike Taylor's strengths and weaknesses might match those of Larry Fitzgerald.
5 comments, Last at 01 Feb 2009, 9:42am by Larry Turner
28 Jan 2009, 04:33pm by Doug Farrar
FO takes a look at five under-the-radar players who might make the difference in Super Bowl XLIII.
1 comment, Last at 31 Jan 2009, 3:33pm by Yaguar
27 Jan 2009, 06:18pm by Aaron Schatz
Here's the latest B.S. Report, the final "Mega Playoff Podcast Edition" with Cousin Sal, Michael Lombardi, and myself. This sucker is 80 minutes long. Yikes.
27 comments, Last at 30 Jan 2009, 12:25am by Aloysius Mephistopheles
27 Jan 2009, 03:45pm by Ned Macey
Ned Macey takes a look at the differences between the 2005 and 2008 Pittsburgh Steelers. In total DVOA, the difference is almost zero, but underneath the surface a lot of specific strengths and weaknesses have changed.
2 comments, Last at 27 Jan 2009, 7:09pm by troycapitated polamalizer
26 Jan 2009, 04:23pm by Aaron Schatz
In this extra piece for ESPN Insider, I look at where the Cardinals stand among the most pass-happy teams in NFL history. As you might imagine, their regular season blows away any other team in Super Bowl history... but things have changed in January.
3 comments, Last at 27 Jan 2009, 11:50am by Travis