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  1. Patriots LT Nate Solder is a valuable asset

    Mike Reiss

    In an entertaining piece on Grantland, Bill Barnwell produces the first entry of a multi-part list on the top-50 trade assets in the NFL. Barnwell covers numbers 30-50 in Part I and lays out the ground rules at the start of the piece, pointing out th...

    Blog | July 22, 2014
  2. Grantland: Still on the shopping list

    Mike Reiss

    In a piece written for Grantland.com, Bill Barnwell pinpoints teams that have still have "shopping" to do at specific positions. "We've all done it. You go to the grocery store with a list, but after working your way through each aisle and choosin...

    Blog | June 15, 2013
  3. Welker equals Houshmandzadeh?

    Mike Reiss

    In a piece now posted on Grantland.com, Bill Barnwell shares his unique view on franchise-tagged players by breaking them down into six categories: 1. "True" franchise player 2. Expiration date 3. Trade candidate 4. Leverage removal 5. Leap ye...

    Blog | July 16, 2012
  4. Grantland: 2 with Pats ties 'least valuable'

    Mike Reiss

    On Grantland.com, the new website in which Bill Simmons serves as editor-in-chief, writer Bill Barnwell runs a reverse play against the NFL Network's recent Top 100 players poll. "Who cares if somebody puts Peyton Manning ahead of Tom Brady or vic...

    Blog | July 13, 2011
  5. Maroney tops charts on goal-to-go runs

    Mike Reiss

    Tim Graham, who covers the AFC East for ESPN.com, recruits Football Outsiders managing editor Bill Barnwell to dissect goal-line and short-yardage (1-to-2 yards) data for every AFC East running back. The results, from this view, are surprising as ...

    Blog | April 02, 2010