28 Sep 2009, 05:20am by Vincent Verhei
The linked article focuses on the defensive strategy the Redskins used against the Lions and Matthew Stafford, and why it was so unsuccessful. It does not discuss the controversial coaching decisions Jim Zorn made in the first quarter of the game that have some Redskins fans up in arms.
15 comments, Last at 30 Sep 2009, 12:21pm by AG
27 Sep 2009, 01:49pm by Bill Barnwell
Our ESPN column this week looks at quarterbacks with similar two-game streaks to Jake Delhomme's disastrous end to 2008 and start to 2009.
26 Sep 2009, 04:09pm by Aaron Schatz
ESPN Magazine asked me to look at whether there truly is such a thing as a clutch quarterback, i.e. a quarterback who always plays better in the fourth quarter of close games. This article is the (very short) result: After looking at both passer rating and DVOA, there doesn't seem to be any year-to-year correlation in the difference between a quarterback's performance in the clutch and his performance overall.
50 comments, Last at 30 Sep 2009, 12:11pm by RickD
25 Sep 2009, 02:18pm by Bill Barnwell
Here's the Week 3 matchups column.
16 comments, Last at 28 Sep 2009, 3:25am by Bill Barnwell
24 Sep 2009, 03:42pm by Aaron Schatz
Hi ho. I made my first-ever appearance on the ESPN Fantasy Focus podcast today, talking for about 15 minutes about various fantasy football issues including the Bears, opponent adjustments, and the Jets defense. Interview starts about halfway in, and does not require a Insider subscription.
3 comments, Last at 24 Sep 2009, 9:03pm by tally
24 Sep 2009, 01:25pm by Aaron Schatz
This week's Numbers Crunching looks at a variety of stats from 2008 and 2009. Learn why Washington should spread the field against Detroit, which little-known player might be the key to a Green Bay win, and which Tennessee defender may be aging quickly.
3 comments, Last at 26 Sep 2009, 11:32am by pheimill
23 Sep 2009, 02:46pm by Bill Connelly
This week's college football feature for ESPN Insider looks at four early-season surprises: Cincinnati, Connecticut, Nebraska, and Missouri.
22 Sep 2009, 12:11am by Vincent Verhei
The Packers were supposed to be the hot turnaround team of 2009. The Bengals were supposed to be, well, the Bengals. Too bad nobody told Antwan Odom or the surprisingly effective Bengals offensive line. (And yes, like any of our ESPN material that doesn't say otherwise, this is now Insider only.)
20 Sep 2009, 07:26pm by David Gardner
In his first ESPN.com column, our new assistant editor explains how the Wildcat is the "boom-and-bust running back" of offensive formations.
4 comments, Last at 21 Sep 2009, 11:10am by Aaron Schatz