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Philadelphia Eagles: Carson Wentz is NFL’s Best Red Zone Quarterback

Posted on 7 Nov, 2017, by in NFL

There are a number of factors contributing to the Philadelphia Eagles holding the best record in the NFL halfway through the 2017 NFL season. Maybe the biggest of them is Carson Wentz, in his second season doing better than any other quarterback when it comes to executing in the red zone. More

Tom Brady Has Been on Fire Ever Since his Famous “Career Ending” Game

Posted on 21 Nov, 2016, by in NFL

Should Tom Brady win the MVP this season even if he missed four games due to suspension? That’s a matter for voters to figure out. Based on numbers and his team’s achievements, Brady is the best quarterback in the NFL, and it’s not even close. More

NFL Stats: Offensive & Defensive Team Rankings

Posted on 14 Sep, 2016, by in NFL

Heading into week 2 of the 2016 NFL season, it’s a good opportunity to take a look at some of the stats and rankings following the first weekend, and see what kind of offense and especially defensive rankings held determine the outcome of a game, and which teams stood out for better or worse. More

Houston Texans – Andre Johnson the Only One With Something to Play for

Posted on 25 Dec, 2013, by in NFL

Not everything is about winning, at least not for the Houston Texans, heading into the final week of the NFL season carrying 13 consecutive losses and nothing to play for. Andre Johnson, the team’s star wide receiver for the last decade, has a bit more at stake, having the chance to become the first player with four seasons of 100 receptions and 1500 yards at least. More

Eli Manning is an Elite Interceptions Thrower

Posted on 18 Dec, 2013, by in NFL

By throwing five interceptions in one game against the Seattle Seahawks, Eli Manning became only the second quarterback since 1985 to have two seasons or more with 25 interceptions. More

Detroit Lions – Reggie Bush Changed The Running Game Completely

Posted on 5 Dec, 2013, by in NFL

There were those who didn’t want Reggie Bush to sign with the Detroit Lions, afraid he’s coming at too much of a price, and actually being washed up as a feature running back. In this season so far and the combination with him and Jouique Bell, both as rushers and as receiving targets has proven quite the opposite. More

Carolina Panthers – A Defense Like No Other in The NFL

Posted on 5 Dec, 2013, by in NFL

It’s never about just one thing, one player or coach when a team does very well in the NFL, but it’s usually one thing that takes the bulk of the credit. With the Carolina Panthers, despite the redemption story of Ron Rivera and Cam Newton once again looking like a quarterback that will dominate for years, it begins and ends with their defense. More

Cleveland Browns – Worst Second Half Team in the NFL

Posted on 16 Oct, 2013, by in NFL

It’s slightly surprising to see the Cleveland Browns at 3-3, tied for second in the AFC North. However, considering how badly they’ve done this season after the halftime break, regardless if it’s been Brandon Weeden or Brian Hoyer at quarterback, makes it even weirder that they’ve won so much this season. More

Pittsburgh Steelers – NFL’s Worst Pass Rush

Posted on 10 Oct, 2013, by in NFL

One of the interesting aspects of the terrible 0-4 start the Pittsburgh Steelers have had so far this season has to do with the team’s inability to get sacks or create turnovers, making a defensive unit that’s usually among the best in the NFL just as bad as the problem-plagued offensive unit. More

Washington Redskins – Robert Griffin III Looked Worse Than Ever Before

Posted on 10 Sep, 2013, by in NFL

The Washington Redskins are hoping that rust was the case for Robert Griffin III having what was statistically his worst game in the NFL, but are secretly worried about an injury that he hasn’t been able to shake off, even if almost a year has passed. More