Who hurt their stock more on Sunday: Knowshon Moreno or Beanie Wells? This version of Monday's ESPN Insider feature has additional analysis of Moreno, Felix Jones, and whether Lucas Oil Stadium is slowing down 40 times.
Ned Macey shows an overlooked key to the Cardinals' Super Bowl run and finds a surprisingly comparable team from earlier this decade. Plus, Vince Verhei updates last year's study that said the Giants were the least likely Super Bowl champs of all time. How do the Cards compare?
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FO pauses its Super Bowl preparation to delve into our cornerback game charting stats from 2008. One longtime FO favorite had a big rebound year, while a newer FO fave crashed to earth after a fabulous rookie season. Plus: Should the Redskins deal Carlos Rogers?
Against the Dolphins last year, Tom Brady threw the 20th perfect game in NFL history -- whatever that means. Guest columnist Pete Palmer tears apart the NFL's passer rating system, puts it back together, and suggests a new alternative.
Quick, what do Ben Roethlisberger, Mark Brunell, Chris Chandler and Jeff George have in common? Stuart Fraser looks at quarterbacks who managed to succeed despite some dubious pass protection, and wonders what comes next for Pittsburgh.
The New York Giants had to win three playoff games on the road, then beat a team that was shooting for greatest-ever status in Super Bowl XLII. How does that stack up to the playoff runs of other Super Bowl winners? And how the heck did the best team of Pittsburgh's Steel Curtain era miss the Super Bowl?
Here's a look at our game charting data for defensive backs through Week 13. Which team's cornerbacks might be a lot better than we realized? Which Pro Bowl selection was a lifetime achievement award for a player having unexpected struggles in 2007? And how astonishingly bad has Jason David really been?