Innovative Statistics, Intelligent Analysis
Bill Connelly looks at where college football stands in terms of both the opportunity and success of black coaches.
Ben Muth breaks down the Steelers big gaffe on the offensive line and, as a special holiday treat, gives a detailed look at the special teams play of the year.
The two worst teams in the NFL according to DVOA square off, and Mike Tanier watches every play to see if John Fox can maintain his dignity, John Skelton can live up to the Ben Roethlisberger hype, and Jay Feely can survive an onside kick.
It's time to unearth a few underappreciated players. We'll start with the guy challenging Ndamukong Suh and a receiver who's adjusting to social media.
In this week's delayed DVOA ratings: New England passes New England as the best offense ever, and San Diego passes the 1997 Seahawks and 2000 Bills as NOT the worst special teams ever.
Tom and Mike help a few brave souls with their league championships, and send their holiday wishes to the sky! (ESPN and NFL headquarters.)
Although it's been a good week for Jamaal Charles, he deserves more. Is he having one of the best seasons by a back ... ever?
A strange day in the NFL brought us Miracle at the Meadowlands II, Cleveland introducing the A-11 to pro football, and a fat man running 71 yards. Run, fat man, run!
The SDA crew walks you through the first eight games of the three-week bowl season, highlighted by Boise State-Utah on Wednesday night in Las Vegas.
Crowder speaks up again, Justin Tuck isn't sure of his travel plans, Steve Smith doesn't take apologies well, and more in this week's best quotes.