George Kittle had a monster game on Sunday night, but how much of that was his own production, and how much was the failings of the Philadelphia defense? We look back at the best passers, runners, and receivers of Week 4.
Once upon a time, 30 points were enough to win in the NFL. These days, 30 points is sometimes where the game starts. We look at the rise of shootouts across the NFL, as well as the best passers, runners, and receivers in Week 3.
Buffalo's Josh Allen has been stunningly good this season. Philadelphia's Carson Wentz has been shockingly bad. We put their starts into perspective and try to predict how they'll do the rest of the season. Plus the best passers, runners, and receivers of Week 2.
Cleveland's Odell Beckham was our worst receiver of the week, but is it really his fault that Baker Mayfield kept throwing incompletions his way? We look at what happens when you remove incomplete passes from our receiver rankings and show the best passers, runners, and receivers of Week 1.
Travis Kelce's game against Houston in the divisional round of the playoffs last season was the best by a tight end in the past decade, but it's New England's Rob Gronkowski who dominates the list of good games.
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Our examination of the best and worst wide receivers of the past 10 years spends a lot of time discussing Atlanta's trade for Julio Jones and the other players involved in Atlanta's trade to acquire him. Plus: Who was the least efficient receiver of the decade, and why was he still a good player?
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