Samuel, Cooper Kupp, and Jonathan Taylor are just some of the players who enjoyed better fantasy seasons than we were expecting. Can they excel again in 2022?
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Bill Polian, architect of Super Bowl teams in Buffalo and Indianapolis, reveals the stories behind developing many NFL champions.
Yes, you'll find many players from Seattle's Legion of Boom era on this roster. But is there a spot for any of Carroll's players from his days with the Jets and Patriots?
Our postseason look at the biggest weakness on each team starts out west, where offensive (and kicking) talent has proven to be in short supply.
The 2015 Saints were the worst defense we have ever measured, and Brandon Browner set a single-season record for penalties, so it's no surprise to see him at the bottom of the coverage tables.
Patrick Peterson's dominant coverage was a big reason the Cardinals won their first division title in six years.
You don't often hear Jay Cutler names as on the of the NFL's top passers, but no quarterback was better under duress in 2015.