The weekend's biggest upset goes under the Football Outsiders lens.
Buffalo's domination of Aaron Rodgers on Sunday showed once again that elite defenses usually shut down elite offenses.
Can Colin Kaepernick reverse his sophomore slump? And is Donald Penn the best Fat Guy Offensive Weapon ever?
Baltimore's blown lead against San Diego might be an ominous sign of things to come for the Ravens.
When did Mike Smith become such a terrible coach? And how does a scatter-armed quarterback like Brian Hoyer win so much?
Sometimes a big upset in the NFL is a sign teams are better or worse than we had previously believed. And sometimes, they're just flukes.
Is Drew Brees beginning to play short of his reputation? Did Sean Payton lose his courage? And how weird was it to see Anquan Boldin drop passes?
How did New England keep Peyton Manning off balance? And do the Patriots now have the best punt returner of the Super Bowl era?
Pittsburgh got the win and Ben Roethlisberger got the numbers, but Andrew Healy says that Andrew Luck was the best player on the field.
Though it's easy to blame Seattle's loss to St. Louis on trick plays and special teams, Andrew Healy says teams are starting to exploit weaknesses in the Seahawks defense.
How did Dallas knock off the defending Super Bowl champs? By shutting down Percy Harvin and getting the play of the year from Tony Romo.