Rivers McCown of Football Outsiders writes that despite a four-game winning streak, the New York Giants remain outside the realm of legitimate contenders.
PJ Walsh examines where the contrarian betting value lies in Week 11, based on a system that examines teams that performed poorly against the spread in the first half of the season.
KC Joyner says the Baltimore Ravens are poised for a decline and offers five reasons why.
Herm Edwards analyzes five teams, including the Philadelphia Eagles, Dallas Cowboys and Pittsburgh Steelers, to determine if they are pretenders or contenders.
The New York Giants, after losing to the Philadelphia Eagles, are now not even the last team out of the playoffs in the NFC, according to Insider's NFL Playoff Predictor.
KC Joyner writes that the San Francisco 49ers are playoff pretenders. They may be a high seed entering the playoffs, but with a low-powered offense, they won't last long.
How can you tell which teams are NFL contenders? According to Player X, all you have to do is listen.
There are 10 undefeated teams in the NFL. Time to see what teams are for real and which ones won't last, writes Gary Horton.
The Bengals and Bears have enjoyed similar success this season, but is either ready for a playoff run? Rick Spielman takes a look.
FFL columnist Scott Engel reviews and analyzes the latest fantasy trends.
Now that every NFL team has played half of its schedule, our GM poses five questions that beg for answers.
Which teams will emerge from a crowded pack of NFL playoff hopefuls? Our GM sorts it out.