Will the Pats make the playoffs? Biggest surprise team? Biggest flop? These questions and more answered in Scouts Inc.'s Week 2 roundtable.
Scouts Inc. runs down five team needs for each NFC North team.
So, who's the best of the QBs? Scouts Inc. re-ranks the top 64 QBs in the league, and some of the rankings may just surprise you.
Scouts Inc. watched the film and diagramed how a few plays we're bound to see in the AFC and NFC Championship Games on Sunday work so well.
Green Bay and New York meet in the NFC Championship Game and Scouts Inc. goes position by position and breaks it down to find out who has the edge on advancing to Super Bowl XLII.
While New England, Indy, Dallas and Green Bay have been dominant all season, each one of them has a glaring weakness just waiting to be exposed, writes Scouts Inc.
According to Scouts Inc., Dallas has the best remaining special teams in the playoffs and the defending champion Colts are the worst.
Scouts Inc. updates its rankings of the top playoff linebackers and says the Chargers got a boost last weekend.
The Seahawks' DBs had a good showing against the Redskins, while questions remain about how the Jaguars will hold up against the Patriots.
The top offensive lines in the playoffs are well-rested, while Scouts Inc. says the Chargers and Jaguars must improve up front.
The Chargers still have the best running backs in the playoffs but the San Diego running game must improve this week against the Colts.
The two top seeds in the NFL playoffs sit 1-2 in Scouts Inc.'s updated overall rankings of all eight playoff teams.
It's no shock New England is on top, but it might be surprising to see where the other playoff teams rank in Scouts Inc.'s playoff coaches rankings.
Scouts Inc. has ranked the defensive lines of all the remaining teams in the postseason, and the Giants' pass-rushing monsters are at the top of the list.
So who has the best receivers among the remaining playoff teams? Scouts Inc. ranks them all.
A Manning is making news in the latest Scouts Inc. playoff QB rankings, but this time, it's not Peyton.