19 Nov 2013, 02:42pm by Rivers McCown
An improved defense bolstered by Jon Beason and an easy schedule can't mask passing-game problems that still haven't been fixed yet.
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15 Nov 2013, 01:58pm by Brian Fremeau
There are six undefeated teams. How many would their be if they were playing one another's schedules instead of their own?
15 Nov 2013, 09:24am by Scott Kacsmar
Are the undefeated Chiefs a legit Super Bowl contender, or is this a paper tiger headed for heartbreak of a Lin Elliott (1995) or Elvis Grbac (1997) nature from past top-seeded Kansas City teams? The Broncos are a nightmare matchup, but at least the Chiefs are catching them at the right time and match up well with the rest of the AFC.
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14 Nov 2013, 02:46pm by Aaron Schatz
The drop from Aaron Rodgers to Scott Tolzien is huge, but is it really worth two touchdowns? In Cover Watch, we look at how Adrian Peterson can keep things close for the Vikings in Seattle.
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13 Nov 2013, 01:15pm by Scott Kacsmar
How close are Nick Foles and Case Keenum to "elite" status in fantasy football? Plus we detail the Chiefs-Broncos matchup.
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12 Nov 2013, 02:24pm by Rivers McCown
The Jets are the odds-on favorite for the sixth playoff spot in the AFC. They're built on the same formula every Rex Ryan Jets team has been: defensive and special teams excellence, offensive inadequacy, and inconsistency.
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08 Nov 2013, 12:21pm by Scott Kacsmar
Based on DVOA and other factors, we can say with conviction we are experiencing the best 0-8 team (Tampa Bay) and the least competitive team (Jacksonville) since the merger. But the 2008 Lions may want to keep the Faygo in the fridge if they think one of these teams will join them in celebration at 0-16.
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07 Nov 2013, 12:23pm by Aaron Schatz
We've been driving the Carolina bandwagon since the preseason, so why stop now? Although home-field advantage still makes San Francisco the favorite, the game is a lot closer than people think, and the Carolina front seven is a strong weapon against San Francisco's running game. Cover Watch looks at Oakland and the New York Giants.
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06 Nov 2013, 11:55am by Scott Kacsmar
For Week 10 we're looking at Aaron Rodgers backup plans and compiling the "All-Injury Fantasy Team." It's depressing, but there's no crying in football.