First he poured through the numbers to determine the NFL's worst franchise of all time. Now Mark Hutson turns things around to determine the best franchise of all time. Will it be the Packers? The Cowboys? How about the Pride of Irwindale?
"You got your unamortized bonus in my peanut butter!... You got your peanut butter in my unamortized bonus!" Instead of just starting an offseason discussion thread on whether the cap rules need to be changed, we figured we would kick off such a discussion with an article that explained the basics of the salary cap. And it just so happens that Chris Miraglia wrote such an article.
Reader Barry Goodberg on a variety of draft-related topics. How did we get to the point where the draft was such an event? How do teams hide their draft intentions? And what about that classic "draft value chart?"
You hear it over and over again: teams are playing more of the Cover 2. What the heck is the Cover 2? How does it work? Chris Miraglia enlightens us with a basic discussion of how to play Cover 2, its strengths and weaknesses, and the changes made by Tony Dungy. Complete with (very simple) illustrations.
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Some people say this year's Super Bowl was the greatest ever played. Others are partial to the Patriots' win from two years ago, or wide right, or Namath's guarantee. But we couldn't possibly invent a mathematical formula to measure the greatest Super Bowls of all time, could we? Vincent Verhei says never say never -- and you may be surprised at his choice for the biggest of the big games.
Something a bit different. No numbers, no analysis, just the story of one Patriots fan and the obstacles thrown in his path when he wanted to watch one of the NFL's greatest games ever, the Snow Bowl, back in 2002.