1. The 2010 New York Giants: Super Bowl Sleeper or .500 Team?

    The epic collapse of the 2009 New York Giants defense is well known. Big Blue went from 5-0 to 8-8 because of a defense that allowed opposing offenses to score 40 or more points in five games and consistently surrendered leads...

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  2. 2010 NFL Preview: The Five Most Mobile Pocket Passers

    You may or may not be surprised to learn that the man pictured here is not on this list. Had I made this list in 2006, he would be. But not now...

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  3. The 2010 New York Giants: Free Agency Boom or Bust?

    That man in the picture is Keith Bulluck, new middle linebacker for the New York Giants. The problem? He's not a middle linebacker. Bulluck doesn't look for contact and his skill set is more akin to that of a Sam linebacker...

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  4. 2010 Oakland Raiders: Will Jason Campbell Be Mm Mm Good?

    A lot has been made about the acquisition of Jason Campbell by the Oakland Raiders this year. Some fans are hailing him as the next Rich Gannon, while others don't understand why ...

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  5. 2009 Quarterback Draft Class in Review

    Tale of the Tape Matthew Stafford First overall pick by the Detroit Lions, 6'2", 230 pounds, 10 games started, 13 touchdowns, 20 interceptions with a 53...

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  6. Matt Ryan vs. Joe Flacco: The Great 2008 Debate

    The careers of Matt Ryan and Joe Flacco will forever be compared because of their first round pedigrees. Matthew Thomas Ryan was drafted third overall by the Atlanta Falcons while Joseph Vincent Flacco was drafted 18th overall by the Baltimore Ravens...

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  7. Five Reasons the Buffalo Bills Need to Trade for Michael Vick

    Don't be fooled by the recent reports saying the Eagles don't plan on getting rid of Vick. We all know what happened when they said McNabb would be their starting quarterback in 2010...

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  8. Vince Young vs. Matt Leinart vs. Jay Cutler: Analyzing the 2006 NFL Draft

    Tale of the Tape: Vince Young "The Comeback Kid" — 6'5", 230 pounds, age 27, drafted by the Tennessee Titans third overall Games started: 39, Record: 26-13, Two Pro Bowls, ...

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  9. Detroit to Turn up the Defensive Heat: Do They Have the Personnel?

    The Lions' new defensive coordinator Gunther Cunningham recently said he plans on getting much more aggressive on defense. “One of the things I’ve always believed in is high blitz,” said Cunningham...

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  10. The NFL's Potential 2009 Breakout Players: Defense Edition

    Arizona Cardinals—Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie Last season, the Cards slowly worked DRC into the starting lineup and he ended the season as their top corner...

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  11. NFL's Potential 2009 Breakout Players: Offensive Edition

    Arizona Cardinals - Chris "Beanie" Wells Yeah, shocker pick here, I know. But on an offense as stacked as the Cards', I had to pick somebody...

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  12. The NFL's Top Five Available Free Agents and Where They Might End Up in 2009

    We're only a few weeks away from the start of training camp, yet there are five free agents worthy of consideration by multiple teams still unsigned. Some are well-established veterans, and some are young players still on the rise...

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  13. The 2009 New York Giants: Are the Fans in for the Blues?

    The 2008 season was an up-and-down roller coaster ride for the New York Giants and their fans. Starting the season with a record of 11-1 before a late season collapse brought on by ...

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  14. SOB's P.O.V.: Giants Draft Ramses Barden AsTop Prospect

    In the third round of the 2009 draft the New York Giants traded up to select Ramses Barden, the wide receiver from Cal Poly. At 6-foot-6, 229 pounds Barden is by far the most physically imposing receiver in the 2009 draft...

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  15. The New York Giants' 2009 Draft Pick: Nicks or Barden?

    The No.1 need for the New York Giants heading into this year's draft was definitely finding a replacement for the troubled Plaxico Burress...

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  16. The Matthew Stafford Experiment: Side Effects May Vary

    As I'm sure we all know by now, the Lions have officially chosen Matthew Stafford as their No. 1 overall pick in the draft. He is guaranteed $41.7 million, but beyond that, his contract gets murky...

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  17. The Best and Worst NFL Benchings Of 2008

    This year, we have seen a lot of controversy regarding who would sit on the bench and who would start. Most issues started during the offseason, with players squaring off for the starting position...

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  18. Warner Vs. Brees: Battle For The League MVP

    In an NFL season as crazy as 2008 is turning out, it's good to see some shining stars emerging from the chaos...

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  19. NFL 2008: Top 10 Most Ridiculous Fines

    With a special thanks to all those who contributed to this article, I present to you the top 10 most ridiculous fines of 2008. 10...

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  20. Ravens-Eagles: Young Stars Look to Emulate Wily Veterans

    Raven rookies Joe Flacco and Ray Rice could learn something from the veterans they'll be facing on the field come Sunday. Flacco grew up watching the Eagles as a kid and followed them even through his college career...

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  21. NFL 2008: Five Most Underrated Quarterbacks

    In a league of Donovan McNabbs and Tony Romos, star power reigns supreme while leadership and skill seem to go mostly unnoticed...

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  22. Pittsburgh May Have Saved The Broncos Season

    The Denver Broncos, fresh off a comeback victory over the Browns, are in desperate need for a healthy body in the back field. Their back field has been absolutely destroyed by injuries this year with Michael Pittman and Andre Hall already on IR...

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  23. Baltimore Ravens' Depth Is Keeping Them Rolling

    NFL organizations this year are really starting to appreciate the importance of having depth on their roster. Teams like the Dallas Cowboys and San Diego Chargers entered the season star-studded and ready to go all the way to the Super Bowl...

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  24. Ravens Rookies Have Offense On the Rise

    Capped off by a 31-3 loss to the Indianapolis Colts in Week Six, the Baltimore Ravens had fallen from 2-0 to 2-3. Their offense was looking downright inept and their defense had suffered a major blow to it's ego...

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  25. Joe Flacco: Midseason Grade

    With the 18th-overall pick in the first round of the 2008 draft, the Baltimore Ravens selected quarterback Joe Flacco out of Delaware. With his 6'6", 230-pound frame, Flacco was deemed the next Ben Roethlisberger...

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