The Cowboys lost their third straight game to the winless New York Jets thanks to poor execution in all three phases. The tape shows why.
1. Ohio State Buckeyes: 183-33 (84.7%) Bama may own the last decade, but Ohio State is the winningest program since 2003, thanks in large part to Jim Tressel (94-22) and Urban Meyer (82-9). The winning tradition is directly related to the variety of talent that comes through Columbus, with 28 players being drafted in the … Continue reading The 10 Winningest College Football Programs Since 2003
The Indianapolis Colts provided a new blueprint for slowing down the Chiefs offense, holding them to just 13 points last week. I looked at a few key points from that blueprint to see why they were so successful.
Due to Baker's rough start to this season, many fans are directing their blame at the Cleveland Browns offensive line. I may have some bad news for those people.
The Cowboys lost their week 5 game against the Packers 34-24 after attempting a big comeback that fell short. Here are a few plays that show us why they lost.
Do you consider the Minnesota Vikings a great home team from first glance? Are the Steelers as good at home in recent years as they used to be? I dive into the best and worst home field advantages that the NFL has to offer since 2003.
Aaron Donald did not have a sack against the Seattle Seahawks last night, but was easily the most disruptive player on the field. In my opinion, he’s the best defensive lineman in the NFL, maybe the best defensive player in the NFL. In this article I give you examples of his disruptiveness using a few key plays from yesterday’s game.