Innovative Statistics, Intelligent Analysis
Lost in the discussion of blocked punts and missed kicks following Sunday night's tie was that the defenders for both Seattle and Arizona were playing out of their minds.
You can talk about the penalties if you want to. We would rather focus on some of the best plays you'll see from a wide receiver on an NFL field.
The Browns' converted quarterback has become a successful wide receiver, and as Cian Fahey explains, he's not just doing it with raw athletic talent -- he's showing the kind of technique that some first-rounders lack.
The Rams are off to their best start since 2006, and they're winning without much production from superstar Todd Gurley. Cian explains what Los Angeles is doing well -- and where they are still weak.
Cian Fahey shows how Mike Zimmer has led his team through a month of upheaval to become one of the NFL's best teams.
The rookie receiver has made an instant impact and made the Giants offense one of the most difficult in the NFL to defend.
With quarterback questions aplenty, Cian Fahey shows how the running back (and his offensive line) could carry Denver back to the playoffs.
Cian Fahey examines Arizona's hybrid defender and explains the unique skills he offers to the Cardinals defense.
The Seahawks receiver put himself on the map with a numerical explosion in the second half of last year, but Cian Fahey shows that Baldwin has been very good for a long time now.
Cian Fahey shows how a pair of pass-rushers could carry New England to victory even without their quarterback.