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  1. Sneaky pickups entering Week 7

    Eric Karabell

    Josh Cribbs has always been a master in the return game but a tease to fantasy owners interested in him as a sleeper wide receiver, just in case those tremendous skills translated positively to big value. It hasn't happened yet. Cribbs, who had 11...

    Blog | October 18, 2013
  2. NFL - The New England Patriots' great adaptability

    KC Joyner

    KC Joyner writes that Bill Belichick is a master at game planning for opponents and that the New England Patriots have an advantage to exploit against every AFC playoff team outside the Denver Broncos.

    Story | Conversation | December 27, 2012
  3. The NFL's most dangerous sack-masters

    Peter Keating

    Peter Keating examines the top sack-masters, or the players who have cost opponents the most clutch-weighted expected points on sacks.

    Story | Conversation | December 21, 2011
  4. NFL: 17 Days to the Draft: Belichick not the best-drafting NFL co...

    ESPN Stats & Information

    ESPN Stats & Information analyzed players' value and draft position and found the best college coaches in terms of producing NFL prospects.

    Story | Conversation | April 08, 2009
  5. Pats may struggle with Giants' underrated offensive line and WRs

    Gary Horton

    After a week in the film room, Scouts Inc.'s Gary Horton has some advice for the Giants and Patriots on Super Bowl Sunday.

    Story | Conversation | February 01, 2008
  6. Giants' sack-masters are the best postseason D-line

    Scouts Inc.

    Scouts Inc. has ranked the defensive lines of all the remaining teams in the postseason, and the Giants' pass-rushing monsters are at the top of the list.

    Story | Conversation | January 08, 2008
  7. Giants' sack-masters are the best postseason D-line

    Scouts Inc.

    Scouts Inc. has ranked the defensive lines of all 12 teams in the postseason, and the Giants' pass-rushing monsters are at the top of the list.

    Story | Conversation | January 01, 2008