After a very slow start to the year, the Falcons have won three in a row to get back to .500. Offensive line expert Ben Muth shows how the offensive line led the way to Atlanta's biggest win of the year.
3 comments, Last at 10 Nov 2018, 11:11am by Alex51
Don't look now, but Matt Ryan's on fire, Calvin Ridley and Julio Jones are getting open, Steve Sarkisian is making things easier for everyone, and the Falcons are playing their best football since the first half of Super Bowl LI.
After feasting on cupcakes all season, Irv Smith and Alabama finally got hold of the main course ... and they devoured LSU 29-0. There's no doubt that the Crimson Tide are the best team in the land, but what has happened to college football's upper middle class? Brian Fremeau investigates.
1 comment, Last at 08 Nov 2018, 4:58pm by RevBackjoy
The Chiefs hit the DVOA sweet spot against Cleveland on Sunday, shooting their ratings up so they now rank among the best teams ever in both offensive and total team DVOA after nine weeks. The Patriots, Falcons, and 49ers also rise this week.
Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady hand off to running backs (pseudo and real) with varying results. Also: Drew Brees is the 1972 Dolphins' favorite quarterback, the Chargers hang on again, Sam Darnold epitomizes the AFC East QB struggle, and why are coaches losing their minds vs. Bill O'Brien?
19 comments, Last at 09 Nov 2018, 7:56pm by Lost Ti-Cats Fan
Our staff of tape-grinding analysts, computer whizzes, and dedicated wordsmiths bring you the kind of cutting-edge commentary you won't find anywhere else: Nathan Peterman is really bad at football. Not the worst this particular week, but still. Really bad.
57 comments, Last at 08 Nov 2018, 6:26pm by Vincent Verhei
A series of blowouts in the early window gives way to three tight contests in the afternoon, including a Game of the Year contender in New Orleans. Your Audibles crew discusses another bad, bad day for the Bills offense; an historic day for the Vikings pass rush; and another dynamic offensive show in Carolina.