Matt Williamson explains why the Patriots' improved running game against the Broncos' injury-depleted defense could be the deciding factor in Sunday's AFC Championship Game.
Matt Williamson identifies the weakest links from the eight remaining teams in the NFL playoffs. Colin Kaepernick surprisingly makes the list.
Matt Williamson points out the three NFL teams that should feel the worst after watching strong playoff shots slip away, and offers fixes for how each team can avoid similar disappointment in 2014.
Matt Williamson analyzes the Kansas City Chiefs' biggest flaws, and explores how far they can go in the playoffs despite them.
Matt Williamson explains why the Niners' lagging offense may derail their postseason hopes.
Matt Williamson explains why the Carolina Panthers' defense is so good and why it can carry the team to the playoffs.
Matt Williamson explains why the Jets are winning and if they can make the playoffs this season.
Matt Williamson explains why the Dallas Cowboys are the class of the NFC East and how far they can go in the postseason.
Matt Williamson examines the Denver Broncos' home-field advantage and what teams could knock them off come the postseason.
Matt Williamson breaks down the problems for the Atlanta Falcons' defense and whether they can be remedied.
Matt Williamson explains why the Green Bay Packers were able to stop the read-option but left their secondary vulnerable.
Matt Williamson looks at which teams are only a strong draft away from competing in their respective divisions. One franchise is the Chicago Bears, which would benefit from the addition of another linebacker.
Matt Williamson examines what the San Francisco 49ers need to do to get back to the Super Bowl next season.
Matt Williamson examines if the Baltimore Ravens' passing game will have success in the Super Bowl against the San Francisco 49ers defense.
After an impressive win over the Houston Texans, Matt Williamson explains why the New England Patriots will beat the Baltimore Ravens next Sunday.
The Texans shut down the Bengals Saturday night, but can they replicate that performance against Tom Brady and the Patriots?