In the NFL offseason, big names with big contracts and not-so-big numbers could find themselves as cap casualties. Rivers McCown points out five such potential victims.
Khaled Elsayed of Pro Football Focus explains why the Broncos offensive line is the top such unit in the NFL, despite a plethora of key injuries.
Limiting an opponent's yards and points is only part of a defense's true task. Albert Larcada explains why a new stat better illustrates a defense's true strength, and why the Houston Texans could flex their muscles in Week 2.
From ESPN The Magazine, Kenny Mayne talks to Joe Flacco about Jim Zorn, The Blind Side and holding the ball too long.
KC Joyner writes that Jammal Brown, Jared Gaither and the last nine Super Bowl winners show that the left tackle slot is not nearly as important as pop culture has led us to believe.
KC Joyner turns his metric evaluation to Oklahoma LT Trent Williams, considered a 2010 first-rounder by many. KC's take? Um, no. In fact, he projects more as the next Gosder Cherilus.
Everyone knows the left tackle is the most important position on the offensive line, right? The stats say no, writes KC Joyner.
Which rookies will make the biggest impact this season in the NFC? Todd McShay has the rundown.
A lightning rod for criticism and often misunderstood, Rams head coach Mike Martz has carved a singular path to success in the NFL.
Scouts, Inc., identifies where each team in this division appears vulnerable heading into training camp.
Mike Shanahan is so convinced of his system that he has lost sight of how special Clinton Portis is.
Julius Peppers let his guard down once, and it cost him big time.