KC Joyner explains why the Baltimore Ravens' offense will likely keep them out of the playoffs in 2014.
KC Joyner explains why the Pittsburgh Steelers, an 8-8 team in 2013, could win the AFC North this coming season.
KC Joyner examines how Marc Trestman helped Jay Cutler cut down on his bad decisions and why the Chicago Bears may have the top passing attack in the NFC North in 2014.
KC Joyner makes the case for why the New York Giants will be a playoff team in 2014. Key personnel upgrades at two positions, along with some improved luck (particularly for Eli Manning) will fuel the turnaround.
KC Joyner writes that the Seattle Seahawks' pass defense may be more vulnerable than one may think, which could lead to troubles against the high-powered Denver Broncos offense.
KC Joyner highlights five teams that didn't make the playoffs this season that could make it next year, including the Dallas Cowboys.
KC Joyner makes the case for why the San Francisco 49ers should be considered the favorites to win the Super Bowl, due to their ability to match up well with each of the three other remaining teams.
KC Joyner writes that given the Seahawks' volatile run defense, Seattle's playoff success will likely hinge on which run D shows up versus the Saints and other potential opponents.
The Bengals may not be a top-two seed in the AFC, but their deep and versatile roster gives them a great shot to reach the Super Bowl, KC Joyner writes.
KC Joyner explains why Baylor is returning enough talent to make a run at college football playoff contention next season.
KC Joyner explains why the San Francisco 49ers are the team with the fewest weaknesses, and therefore best equipped to take down the Seattle Seahawks.
KC Joyner details the reasons why the Green Bay Packers are still a good bet to win the NFC North and make the playoffs despite their current 6-6-1 record.
KC Joyner details the reasons that the Carolina Panthers, despite an eight-game winning streak, won't be a contender in the playoffs.
KC Joyner breaks down which quarterbacks are worth keeping for next season.
KC Joyner believes that the Cowboys are just starting to hit their stride and that bigger things could be on the horizon in Big D.
KC Joyner identifies specific defensive units against which fantasy football owners should start their players, including the Miami Dolphins' run defense and the Detroit Lions' pass defense.