13 Oct 2015, 11:04am by Aaron Schatz
Using a series of metrics, we look at the best offensive lines of 2015 so far. Cincinnati is No. 1, Atlanta a surprising No. 2. Even more surprising: Dallas doesn't make the top ten, which brings up even more questions about how much the offensive line makes the running back or vice versa.
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12 Oct 2015, 08:05am by Brian Fremeau
Of the 16 remaining undefeated teams, who has the best chance to run the table? According to the latest FEI ratings, it's Clemson and it isn't close.
10 Oct 2015, 03:03pm by Scott Kacsmar
Each Saturday we will have a second DFS advice column on Insider, but this one only focuses on the late games. Some of this week's favorite players include Philip Rivers, Dion Lewis, Rueben Randle and Owen Daniels.
08 Oct 2015, 02:03pm by Aaron Schatz
The Packers are automatic Super Bowl contenders because of their offense. But they only become leading Super Bowl contenders if the defense can be better than average. And so far this season, the Packers defense is on an upswing, despite weaknesses against scrambling quarterbacks and third-and-long situations.
07 Oct 2015, 12:28pm by Scott Kacsmar
Some of our favorite Week 5 DraftKings matchups include Alex Smith, Todd Gurley, Martavis Bryant and Crockett Gillmore.
07 Oct 2015, 12:22pm by Scott Kacsmar
Which quarterbacks push the envelope on third down, and which are comfortable playing it safe? Our new ALEX metric (Air Less EXpected) tells you who is always throwing short of the sticks, starting with the patron saint of Alex, Mr. Smith.
05 Oct 2015, 10:00pm by Brian Fremeau
After a big win against Notre Dame, Clemson leads this week's list of the teams most likely to remain undefeated through the regular season.
03 Oct 2015, 09:28am by Scott Kacsmar
Each Saturday we will have a second DFS advice column on Insider, but this one only focuses on the late games. Some of this week's favorite players include Aaron Rodgers, Mark Ingram and John Brown.
01 Oct 2015, 04:04pm by Vincent Verhei
This piece by Aaron Schatz for ESPN Insider explains that the Broncos have been even better than we forecast them to be. One reason? New defensive coordinator Wade Phillips' attack-heavy 3-4 scheme, which tends to use one-gap principles more associated with a 4-3 alignment. It's an excellent fit for the specific talents of Denver's top two pass-rushers, Von Miller and DeMarcus Ware. This isn't Phillips' first time getting quick results from a defense.