As evidenced by the teams still alive in the playoffs, sack differential has become a critical stat, writes Len Pasquarelli in his weekly Tip Sheet column.
The Giants and Packers will battle to decide the NFC's representative at the Super Bowl. Len Pasquarelli answers five questions about the conference title game.
Len Pasquarelli analyzes the six NFC playoff teams and answers several key questions, including: Does anybody have a chance against the Pats?
If the Cowboys can play as poorly as they did on Monday night and still win, there's no telling what Dallas can accomplish this season, writes Len Pasquarelli.
Tony Romo is the real deal ... and so are the Cowboys, who woke up at halftime to throttle the defending NFC champion Bears.
Joseph Addai is just one of the backs being asked to carry a bigger load as the two-back system -- for various reasons -- may be giving way to the workhorse days of old, writes Len Pasquarelli.
Rocky Boiman has returned to the Colts with a one-year contract.
What is the next hot trend on the defensive side of the ball? That's hard to pinpoint, but one place to look is in the secondary, writes Len Pasquarelli.
The last two times Bill Parcells won a title, he switched kickers in midseason. Suddenly Martin Gramatica's game-winning FG in his first game takes on a new meaning, writes Len Pasquarelli.
After some lean years for any team not named the Eagles, the NFC East looks as though it might be on the way back up.
People say, "Offense wins games, but defense wins championships." Ultimately, winning comes down to both.
Two months after his tearful Super Bowl week news conference, the leading rusher in NFL history has made his retirement official.
Offensive guards will never get the kind of recognition that OTs do, but that's starting to change.
In a move rumored for more than a year, Dallas Cowboys director of pro and college scouting Larry Lacewell on Thursday announced his retirement, ending a career in which he supplied much of the talent for three Super Bowl championship teams.
Bill Belichick knows that for the Patriots to make history, they have to forget about last season's Super Bowl championship.
LBs Jeremiah Trotter and Jason Gildon are among the big-name free agents still looking for jobs.