Gary Horton details how acquiring Aqib Talib will help shore up a shaky secondary in New England.
Gary Horton ranks and analyzes the impact of 2012's injuries, noting that the Jets' loss of Darrelle Revis is the season's most damaging injury yet.
After losing Aaron Hernandez to injury, New England will need to adjust on offense. Will Wes Welker or Kellen Winslow Jr. help fill the void?
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. ranks the top 10 dynamic duos in the AFC, including Tom Brady and Wes Welker.
Gary Horton of Scouts Inc. gives his top 10 most versatile players in the AFC, including Tim Tebow and Julian Edelman.
Gary Horton of Scouts Inc. gives his top 10 breakout players in the AFC, including Marcell Dareus and Joe Haden.
Gary Horton of Scouts Inc. analyzes how some of the top front offices in the NFL function and why those teams have been so successful recently.
Gary Horton of Scouts Inc. analyzes the changes new coaches and coordinators will make to their teams.
Gary Horton of Scouts Inc. analyzes whether the Green Bay Packers have improved their defense this offseason.
Gary Horton of Scouts Inc. breaks down the top six offseason needs for every team in the AFC East.
Gary Horton of Scouts Inc. writes that five teams, including the Buffalo Bills and New England Patriots, have fixed their teams the most in free agency.
Gary Horton of Scouts Inc. examines the five best fits for pending free agent defensive end Mario Williams, including New England, Dallas and Houston.
Gary Horton of Scouts Inc. examines the five best fits for pending free agent wide reciever Vincent Jackson, including San Diego, Chicago and New England.
Gary Horton of Scouts Inc. prepares you for the NFL's offseason by breaking down the three key areas each team in the AFC must address before the 2012 season begins.
Gary Horton of Scouts Inc. takes a look at all 32 NFL teams heading toward the 2011 season (whenever it arrives) in terms of offseason observations, the decision makers and the offensive and defensive philosophies of each team.