While the Cowboys have gotten away from the offensive scheme that was working so well early in the season, the Jets once again have a quarterback who can actually use the weapons around him -- and maybe even lead a surge to the playoffs.
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The Lions have improved drastically on defense, confusing opposing quarterbacks and getting improved play in the secondary. That officially makes them a problem not just for the division, but for the entire NFC.
The Steelers are Mason Rudolph's team for the rest of the year, but that doesn't mean their playoff hopes are dead. And just what kind of weapon do the Seahawks have in rookie wide receiver D.K. Metcalf?
Tennessee's big win was built on a game plan designed to punish a downed opponent, but it leaves questions about their ability to play from behind. For Cleveland, despite the nine sacks, the problems go beyond pass-blocking.
Once upon a time, we predicted that Ahmad Bradshaw, Brent Celek, and Pierre Thomas would have long, productive NFL careers. Of course, we said the same thing about Josh Beekman, H.B. Blades, and Mansfield Wrotto. Rivers McCown looks back at what we got right and what we got wrong.
2 comments, Last at 10 Aug 2019, 11:02am by takeleavebelieve
New on ESPN+, our Top 25 Prospects list (also appearing in Football Outsiders Almanac 2019). This is our annual list of under-the-radar prospects, lower-round and undrafted players in their second or third years who we think could break out in the next couple seasons to have valuable NFL careers. This year's list includes Lorenzo Carter, Keke Coutee, Maurice Hurst, and Mason Rudolph.