02 Apr 2015, 11:03am by Nathan Forster
Alabama's Amari Cooper looks like a star, but otherwise it's a lackluster group of wide receiver prospects compared to last year's star-studded class.
15 comments, Last at 14 Apr 2015, 1:50pm by Matthewaz28
31 Mar 2015, 12:18pm by Aaron Schatz
A look at fourth-down decision making in 2014 highlights Sean Payton, Marc Trestman, and... wait, this can't be right... Jim Caldwell? Plus: Chip Kelly may be less aggressive than you think he is.
20 comments, Last at 02 Apr 2015, 10:21am by Aaron Schatz
27 Mar 2015, 12:51pm by Scott Kacsmar
Short-yardage passing had a good year, except at the end of the Super Bowl. We look at the return of quarterback runs, the rise in pass-happy strategy, and 2014 success rates for offense and defense.
11 comments, Last at 06 Apr 2015, 8:23pm by tuluse
26 Mar 2015, 12:43pm by Guest
Guest columnist Jared Cohen's research shows that Philadelphia may not be the only offense that sees an unusually high rate of opposing injuries.
25 comments, Last at 02 Apr 2015, 2:34pm by Bobman
24 Mar 2015, 03:42pm by Guest
Guest columnist Jared Cohen explores whether teams are faking injuries to slow down high-tempo offenses like the Eagles.
24 comments, Last at 08 Apr 2015, 8:50am by armchair journeyman quarterback
23 Mar 2015, 10:28am by Scott Kacsmar
The Colts have proposed a nine-point touchdown that includes a bonus 50-yard field goal after a two-point conversion. We look at the potential impact this could have on the game.
59 comments, Last at 27 Mar 2015, 6:02pm by Moridin
20 Mar 2015, 02:21pm by Andrew Healy
Did the Dolphins pay too much for Ndamukong Suh? And what free agency trick have the Patriots mastered that gives them a leg up on the rest of the league?
97 comments, Last at 30 Mar 2015, 8:22pm by Jerry
16 Mar 2015, 02:43pm by Scott Kacsmar
One 2014 team had the highest rate of failed completions on offense and defense. Another ranked 16th on both sides of the ball. Which one won the Super Bowl?
33 comments, Last at 19 Mar 2015, 9:43pm by tuluse
13 Mar 2015, 01:42pm by Andrew Healy
When analyzing trades, is it possible to measure players, draft picks, and cap space on one scale? Well, we can try.
123 comments, Last at 19 Mar 2015, 4:08pm by chemical burn
09 Mar 2015, 05:47pm by Aaron Schatz
Or, at least, of the past 25 years. It's probably not who you think it is.
46 comments, Last at 24 Mar 2015, 1:52am by LionInAZ