It's our annual list of the best, the worst, and the most unforgettable, as voted by you, the readers. 2016 was a great year for the Patriots, the Falcons, the Cowboys, and Tecmo Bo nostalgia.
Remember when the Eagles sacked Ben Roethlisberger eight times in 2008? Scott Kacsmar takes a stroll down memory lane with a look at the last time the Steelers played in Philadelphia, the No. 1 team in DVOA in 2008.
After nearly four decades as an NFL offensive line coach, Howard Mudd has collected all his wisdom and knowledge on the subject in his upcoming book. In this excerpt, Mudd and others share their favorite blockers ever, and Walter Jones shares his secret technique for finishing off pass-rushers.
The 1998 Falcons were one of the biggest surprise Super Bowl teams of the DVOA era. Scott Kacsmar interviews Jamal Anderson, Atlanta's record-setting back, to discuss that legendary turnaround, the "Dirty Bird," and the Curse of 370.
It's time to inaugurate the 2016 NFL season with our annual look at where the FO staff disagrees with the FO stat forecast. In particular, the writers think the stats are a bit too optimistic about a rebound for the Ravens.
UCLA linebacker Myles Jack fell out of the first round of the 2016 draft due to injury concerns. What does the FO injury database tell us about similar cases in the past?
It's our annual list of the best, the worst, and the most unforgettable, as voted by the only readers in the world who seem to realize how awesome Lavonte David is.
The numbers say that Seattle and New England will meet again in the Super Bowl. Our writers aren't so sure.
Can Urban Meyer and the Buckeyes make it two in a row? FO's projections say yes; do the writers agree?