Matt Williamson writes that following New England's win over the Steelers, the Patriots' offense appears to be clicking behind a strong running game and an improved Tom Brady.
Matt Williamson examines five teams that now feature positional holes due to preseason injuries or lack of player development, including the Miami Dolphins tight ends.
Matt Williamson takes a look at five underrated offseason signings that could have big impacts for teams this season.
Matt Williamson takes a look at six wide receivers who have the potential to break out in the 2013 season, including Randall Cobb.
Matt Williamson grades each AFC team on the offseason moves it made, both in free agency and the draft. The Baltimore Ravens top the conference.
Matt Williamson grades each NFC team on the free-agent signings it has made since the end of the season.
Matt Williamson grades each AFC team on the free-agent signings and trades it has made since the end of the season. Not surprisingly, the Denver Broncos receive an A.
Matt Williamson writes that even with a strong defense, the Cincinnati Bengals are likely to be outmatched by their first-round playoff opponent.
As we saw against the Giants, the Steelers rely on their power running game to close out opponents. As Matt Williamson writes, Pittsburgh is peaking because of its strong backs and improving offensive line.
Matt Williamson handicaps the AFC North after two weeks, noting that the Cincinnati Bengals may not be a playoff contender.
After ranking the top 200 players in the NFL, Matt Williamson reviews the list to spot the stars most likely to rise in next season's rankings.
Scouts Inc. and Matt Williamson ranks the top 200 players in the NFL in its annual Big Book. Aaron Rodgers leads a trio of QBs that tops the list.
Matt Williamson grades each AFC team on the offseason moves it made, both in free agency and the draft. The Buffalo Bills top the list with an A-.
Matt Williamson lists who he believes the top wide receivers will be in 2015. Matt Forte and Chris Johnson don't make the list.
Matt Williamson of Scouts Inc. identifies the teams that could become legit contenders with a successful draft.