1. The NFL's Version of ORtg and DRtg

    In the NBA, offensive and defensive efficiency ratings are some of the best advanced metric stats to use when comparing teams or players. The NFL has nothing like it...

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  2. New York Mets Have Bright Future Ahead?

    Here is the New York Mets projected 2013 lineup:Catcher - Josh TholeFirst Base - Ike DavisSecond Base - Reese HavensThird Base - David WrightShortstop - Jose ReyesLeft Field - Jason BayCenter Field - Angel PaganRight Field - Wilmer FloresNo...

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  3. AFC North: 2010 Preview and Predictions

    After previewing and predicting the AFC East last week, I got both some positive and negative comments. Obviously I know not everyone will agree with my predictions, but overall I earned 2 medals for the article and consider it a success...

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  4. AFC East 2010 Preview & Predictions

    The AFC East is arguably the best division in the NFL, with more than one team usually qualifying for the playoffs...

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  5. Most Overrated RB Of All-Time

    I was reading an article the other day about the greatest power backs of all time and Jerome Bettis was third on the list (right behind Jim Brown and Larry Csonka and right ahead of Earl Campbell)...

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  6. Randy Moss: A Look Back On One of the Greatest Receivers in NFL History

    Randy Moss stands as one of the greatest receivers to ever play in the NFL. In my opinion, he is the second greatest in NFL history, only to follow Jerry Rice. You don’t have to look any further than Moss’ stats to see his true greatness...

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  7. 1999 NFL Draft Revisited

    The 1999 draft produced both major busts and studs. Lets revisit the draft in detail: 1. Browns: Tim Couch, QB Kentucky Couch played for 5 seasons in Cleveland behind a horrendous offensive line...

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  8. NFL Draft History: Jerry Rice, Isaac Bruce—Why 1995 Was the Year of the WR

    In 1995, four wide receivers each put together one of the best single seasons that a WR has ever had. I am attempting to figure out which of the following wideouts had the best season: Michael Irvin, Jerry Rice, Isaac Bruce, and Herman Moore...

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  9. Top Non-FBS Draft Prospects

    Over the years, there have been a large number of small-school standouts who have moved on to have great success in the NFL...

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  10. 2004 Peyton Manning Vs. 2007 Tom Brady

    In my other thread ("Greatest Statistical Season for QB"), I compared what I believe are the 6 greatest statistical seasons a QB has ever had. Two of these seasons were 2004 Peyton Manning and 2007 Tom Brady...

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  11. Greatest Statistical Season For Q QB

    There have been a ton of great individual seasons by a QB. So who had the best you may ask. That is what I attempted to figure out. This was a difficult task, but I narrowed it down to 6 QBs...

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