There's no question the Seattle Seahawks ended the 2013 season with the league's most dominant secondary. But the New England Patriots look poised to steal that title from them in 2014.
KC Joyner details why Jairus Byrd will have a bigger impact on the New Orleans defense than Darrelle Revis will with the New England Patriots.
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 explains how the acquisition of free agent Ed Reed could help lead the New England Patriots back to the Super Bowl.
While Tom Brady remains one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL, his advancing age and declining numbers signal an end to his ability to overcome the rest of the roster's weaknesses and, in turn, the end of the Patriots' AFC dominance.
KC Joyner writes that the New York Giants' rushing attack has improved over their last seven games and they should use it often against the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XLVI.
ESPN Insider KC Joyner writes that while the New England Patriots' defense is far from elite, it's much better than people give it credit for.
ESPN Insider KC Joyner writes that we shouldn't view Denver's loss to New England as the end of Tim Tebow's magical ride. With minor offensive improvements, Tebow and the Broncos will be back.
ESPN Insider KC Joyner writes that there are eight reasons the New York Giants should be considered strong Super Bowl favorites as the playoffs begin.
KC Joyner explains why the belief that this is the best era for elite quarterbacks is, in fact, not true. The past five years actually had the fewest elite quarterbacks.
KC Joyner explains why Ben Roethlisberger may actually end up being statistically better than Tom Brady when all is said and done.
KC Joyner writes that Jammal Brown, Jared Gaither and the last nine Super Bowl winners show that the left tackle slot is not nearly as important as pop culture has led us to believe.
Even though the Patriots lost the Super Bowl, they still defied the odds by winning 18 straight games, writes KC Joyner.