Herm Edwards ranks his top five NFL head coaches for the 2013 season. The Chiefs' Andy Reid comes in No. 1.
Herm Edwards weighs in on the Washington Redskins' benching of Robert Griffin III, explaining why it hurts RG III's standing in the locker room.
The Miami Dolphins and Baltimore Ravens are jockeying for the final playoff spot in the AFC. Herm Edwards explains why he believes the Dolphins have the edge.
Herm Edwards explains the Dallas Cowboys' blueprint for success after they beat the New York Giants on Sunday.
Herm Edwards breaks down his list of the NFL's top 10 cornerbacks, including Richard Sherman and Patrick Peterson. Darrelle Revis is on the list, but he's not No. 1 this time.
ESPN Insider Herm Edwards ranks his list of the top 5 under-performing, pivotal players in the NFL this season, including Joe Flacco and Mike Wallace.
ESPN Insider Herm Edwards analyzes the Kansas City Chiefs' success this season, led by a defense that has reminded some people of the 2000 Baltimore Ravens.
ESPN Insider Herm Edwards identifies the top five underperforming teams in the NFL, and offers advice on how they can turn things around. The New York Giants and Houston Texans lead the list.
ESPN Insider Herm Edwards analyzes the weaknesses for all the top NFL contenders, including Denver's struggles with pass defense.
ESPN Insider Herm Edwards grades the NFL coaches who took over new teams this season through Week 4. Andy Reid and Marc Trestman lead the pack.
Herm Edwards profiles five NFL quarterbacks under scrutiny in 2013, offering his verdict on their play thus far and a take on how they could improve.
ESPN Insider Herm Edwards analyzes the new Marc Trestman-designed offense for the Chicago Bears, and assesses whether they can continue to be successful throughout the season.
Herm Edwards analyzes what each of the NFL's new head coaches did in Week 1 of the season.
ESPN Insider Herm Edwards identifies the NFL's top players at every position, including Aaron Rodgers, J.J. Watt and Darrelle Revis
ESPN Insider Herm Edwards writes that the Bengals are his favorite to win the AFC North in 2013, based on an elite defense, versatility on offense and great recent draft history.
Contrary to popular opinion, Herm Edwards writes that the New York Jets have reason for optimism heading into the 2013 NFL season. Another strong defense coupled with a less turnover-prone offense could help the Jets outperform expectations.