The Cincinnati quarterback isn't the most physically talented passer in the NFL, but Derrik Klassen shows how his mechanics and decision-making can exploit tiny weaknesses in coverage.
San Francisco's rushing attack was powerful enough to reach the NFC Championship Game, but they were helpless against Aaron Donald and the rest of L.A.'s defensive front.
With Matthew Stafford capable of hitting his receivers for big gains at any time, defenses are playing cautiously, opening themselves to smaller gains underneath.
Derrik Klassen shows how Buffalo has merged the running skills of Josh Allen with some elaborate blocking schemes to build an attack capable of steamrolling most any defense.
The key to San Francisco's playoff-clinching upset was an aggressive defensive front that stymied Sony Michel and company. Derrik Klassen shows what this means for the 49ers—and the Rams—in the playoffs.
The 49ers' quarterback of the future may already be their best option in the present.
Mac Jones has surprisingly been the top rookie quarterback of 2021, but the Buffalo Bills exposed flaws in the New England offense in a way that other teams will emulate in the postseason.
Kyler Murray looks shaky. Kliff Kingsbury's play designs leave a lot to be desired. And the losses of DeAndre Hopkins and others have caused a severe talent drain.
With Micah Parsons blossoming into a Pro Bowl-caliber star and Demarcus Lawrence, Randy Gregory, and Neville Gallimore returning to health, Dallas suddenly looks like one of the most complete teams in the playoff field.
Baltimore's former MVP is floundering, and the Ravens have failed to score 20 points or more in four straight games. Derek Klassen checks the film, however, and finds plenty of blame to go around.