Gary Horton examines what to the Chiefs do with their defensive talent that makes them so good.
Gary Horton examines Peyton Manning's favorite plays and what the Giants can do to try to slow him down.
Gary Horton examines what the Arizona Cardinals will look like with a new group of coaches and personnel in 2013, detailing changes on both sides of the ball.
Gary Horton projects who the best tight ends will be in 2016. And neither of the Pats' vaunted TEs are No. 1.
Gary Horton examines four weaknesses for the Atlanta Falcons against the Seattle Seahawks. Atlanta's inability to stop the run or the Seahawks' pass-rush pressure could lead to an upset.
Gary Horton examines four weaknesses for the Washington Redskins against the Seattle Seahawks. A patchwork defense could doom the Redskins
A film review reveals that the Pittsburgh Steelers have several areas of concern on defense, Gary Horton writes.
While Peyton Manning has claimed the lion's share of the attention out in Denver, the Broncos' improved defense has tremendously helped its climb in the AFC West.
Gary Horton analyzes the weak spots that could trip up the unbeaten Falcons.
The New Orleans Saints sit at a disappointing 1-4. Gary Horton gives three keys for the team to turn it around and make a playoff run.
After a loss to the San Francisco 49ers in the opener, Gary Horton explains why Green Bay Packers fans shouldn't panic and how the Pack can address its Week 1 problems.
How will the Chicago Bears' defense hold up if Brian Urlacher is injured? Not so well, writes Gary Horton.
As the Andrew Luck era begins on offense, the Indy D transitions to a 3-4 scheme, a change that could produce plenty of problems given the Colts' current personnel.
Gary Horton examines the new-look New England Patriots offense. With the new wrinkles added for 2012, the unit could be virtually unstoppable.
Gary Horton of Scouts Inc. looks at the defensive personnel and scheme changes for the Jets, Bills, Seahawks and Cowboys -- the four teams that upgraded the most on defense during the 2012 NFL offseason.
Gary Horton of Scouts Inc. gives his top 10 most versatile players in the AFC, including Tim Tebow and Julian Edelman.