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James Brooks and Ickey Woods were two of the biggest names on Sam Wyche’s 1980s Cincinnati Bengals. They’re also the subjects of our first installment of Legends of DVOA, a six-part series looking back on some non-superstars of yesteryear who finished among the league leaders in DVOA or DYAR multiple times.
Matt Ryan ranks ninth on the all-time passing yardage list and 10th on the all-time passing touchdown list. Does that make him a Hall of Famer? The first of our six-part series of Hall of Fame debates takes a long, hard look at Ryan’s portfolio. Atlanta Falcons fans may not like the results.
The two playoff teams from the NFC West both need help in the middle of the field, Seattle on offense, L.A. on defense. Elsewhere, "need" is a relative term as San Francisco searches for a pass-rusher, but an absolute in Arizona's secondary.
Our anti-dynasty rankings begin with a look at the teams that failed to make the top 50. Also: the worst stretches for each of the five franchises to never hit 30 dynasty points, including a pair of teams from the 1960s.
Football Outsiders' look at the worst teams in NFL history kicks off! Here's a look at the methodology behind our Anti-Dynasty Rankings and a list of all 58 teams that we'll be covering.
It's hard to find needs on a team that won the Super Bowl and brings back all 22 starters. The Saints, however need receivers, while the Falcons and Panthers both need defensive help.