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  1. QB matters most, with or without Crabtree

    Mike Sando

    The San Francisco 49ers, though unusually healthy in recent seasons, had a hard time recovering from injuries to return specialist Ted Ginn Jr. and top defensive lineman Justin Smith over the past two seasons. Bill Barnwell drives home that point ...

    Blog | May 23, 2013
  2. Miles separating NFC West from the rest

    Mike Sando

    Each NFL team played eight regular-season road games in 2008, same as every season. The Seattle Seahawks traveled 29,912 air miles for their road games. The Pittsburgh Steelers traveled 5,682 air miles for theirs. Grantland's Bill Barnwell expl...

    Blog | July 03, 2012
  3. Tip of the cap to Cardinals' offensive line

    Mike Sando

    Thanks to Bill Barnwell of Football Outsiders for pointing out former offensive lineman Ben Muth's latest look at the Arizona Cardinals' offensive front, a subject Muth last addressed following Week 2. Like Muth, I've also seen improvement from Ca...

    Blog | November 04, 2010
  4. Forsett, Doucet lead NFC West prospects

    Mike Sando

    Bill Barnwell of Football Outsiders lists the Seattle Seahawks' Justin Forsett and the Arizona Cardinals' Early Doucet among his top 10 prospects for 2010. By prospects, Barnwell is talking about young NFL backups who appear close to assuming more...

    Blog | July 14, 2010
  5. How injuries affected NFC West teams

    Mike Sando

    Bill Barnwell of Football Outsiders has released injury totals for 2009 NFL teams. The Seahawks and Rams ranked among the eight teams that lost the most starter games to injury. The Cardinals ranked among the five least injured, although they lost...

    Blog | January 29, 2010
  6. No debate about it: More games, more injuries

    Mike Sando

    Posted by's Mike Sando I'm not linking to Bill Barnwell's report for Football Outsiders solely because it validates what I already tried to tell teammate Paul Kuharsky in a Double Coverage debate about extending the NFL ...

    Blog | June 02, 2009