A young pair of linebackers tie for the NFL lead in big defensive plays. The usual suspects dominate at interior lineman, edge rusher, and safety. And how does a part-time corner consistently get more defeats than most big-name starters?
Our annual look at defensive personnel asks where the Patriots' base defense was, if Matt Milano and the Bills will ever stop playing nickel, and if the Packers can spare a dime.
Our annual look at offensive personnel asks if the league has reached a three-receiver equilibrium, and looks at the few teams that still use fullbacks, including the Minnesota Vikings and C.J. Ham.
After years of the top of the receiving plus-minus rankings being dominated by high-volume short-yardage players, Stefon Diggs throws us back to 2014.
For over a decade, the passing plus-minus and CPOE rankings were an opportunity to wax poetic about Drew Brees. With Brees retired, can anyone claim his mantle?
For the second straight season, a rookie tops our annual YAC+ rankings—though it's not the one you may have expected.
Our Anti-Dynasty rankings conclude with arson, paper bags, high schoolers in disguise, and the worst football teams of all time.
The anti-dynasty project reaches its penultimate stage, looking at the mess Urban Meyer and Trevor Lawrence have inherited, doubling down on Patriots schadenfreude, dancing the Pennsylvania Polka, and trying to figure out just who are the Anti-Seahawks.