Our free agency preview begins on offense, where there is an absolute glut of wide receivers to fit any budget or role. If you're looking for a quarterback, on the other hand, you may be out of luck.
Jeff Fisher! Shea Patterson! Contentious lawsuits! Our team-by-team USFL previews begin with an update on whether or not the league will actually be able to use any of the intellectual property it has been advertising for months.
Third time's a charm? Minor league football is back, with the USFL trying to get off the ground once again. But is there substance behind the nostalgia?
The FO readers agreed with AP voters on major awards, but they had the voting a lot closer. Plus results on FO-only awards such as Unit of the Year, Keep Choppin' Wood, and Best and Worst Commercial.
While our numbers say the Chargers will once again miss the playoffs in 2021, most of our writers disagree. They are not so optimistic about the Indianapolis Colts, however. Also, can anyone stop the Chiefs and Buccaneers from meeting in the Super Bowl again? Or Spencer Rattler from being the top draft pick next April?
Fitting the best possible roster under the 2021 salary cap? Easy. Doing so and still being able to field a team in 2022? A little tougher.
Former Baltimore Ravens analyst Sean Clement explores the opposing viewpoints of old-school football coaches and modern-era data-driven observers, and how the two must find a way to work together to get the most out of players such as Lamar Jackson.
Our resident fashion mavens return to judge the NFL's newest uniforms, including retro looks in Cleveland and Tampa Bay, an anti-retro look in Atlanta, and the team with no name in D.C. One things for sure, though: Los Angeles has the best uniforms in the league, while Los Angeles has the worst. And no, that's not a typo.
Tony Dungy oversaw some great defenses in Tampa Bay and some great offenses in Indianapolis. Can anyone from the "wrong" team infiltrate his all-time starting lineup?