In ESPN The Magazine, Steve Wulf writes that when Russell Wilson starts Super Bowl XLVIII, fans won't bat an eye. But when James Harris started a playoff game in 1974, America wasn't so color-blind.
Nick Foles turned in a stunningly successful season for the Philadelphia Eagles, but how much of it was luck? Scott Kacsmar shows why the young signal-caller was more good than lucky and makes the Eagles a legitimate title threat.
The biggest stories from Week 7 include a coaching failure for San Diego, questionable behavior from the Lions and plenty of quarterback news.
Chris Sprow explains how Michael Vick's newfound accuracy isn't an outlier and, when combined with his legs, makes him an ideal MVP candidate.
Just one week into the 2010 NFL season and there are plenty of reminders about how important durability is, writes Adam Schefter.
What do the best offenses in the NFL have in common? They all prominently feature the tight end.
Jim Haslett's future in New Orleans is up in the air, and he may decide to take a break from coaching in 2006.
Once upon a time, NFC teams dominated the NFL. But these playoff teams are an embarrassment.
Tom Brady and Daunte Culpepper are human. Drew Brees and Kurt Warner aren't. What's up with NFL QBs?