1. Analyzing the Downfall of San Diego Chargers Quarterback Philip Rivers

    It was only two years ago when I debated with a friend who the best deep-ball passer in the NFL was. He voted Green Bay 's Aaron Rodgers , which was valid and one that I was hard-pressed ...

    Alen Dumonjic Written by Alen Dumonjic about over 1 year ago 2,784 reads 15 comments

  2. Film Study: Comparing New York Jets Quarterbacks Mark Sanchez and Greg McElroy

    Rex Ryan finally did it: He benched Mark Sanchez . It may be temporary or it could be for the remainder of the regular season, but it's big news in the Big Apple...

    Alen Dumonjic Written by Alen Dumonjic about over 1 year ago 3,513 reads 22 comments

  3. The NFL Quarterback Spectrum: Analyzing the Various Models for Success

    If Thomas Jefferson were a football fan today, he would have coined the phrase "all quarterbacks are not created equal," noting that there are varying styles of success at the position...

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  4. Breaking Down the Kansas City Chiefs' Red-Zone Problems

    There is no hiding it: The Kansas City Chiefs are awful in the red zone; that is when they get to it. According to teamrankings .com, the Chiefs are 29th in the NFL in red-zone scoring attempts per game (2...

    Alen Dumonjic Written by Alen Dumonjic about over 1 year ago 880 reads 2 comments

  5. How Ryan Fitzpatrick Became a Turnover Machine, and How He Must Improve

    Quarterbacks are generally evaluated by their arm talent. How strong it is, how accurate it is and so forth. But the most important aspect of quarterbacking is not the arm but the feet...

    Alen Dumonjic Written by Alen Dumonjic about over 1 year ago 3,369 reads 10 comments

  6. Breaking Down How the New England Patriots Became Turnover Machines

    Did you know that the New England Patriots are second in the league in takeaways with a total of 32 and are averaging a league best four per game in the last three weeks? For ...

    Alen Dumonjic Written by Alen Dumonjic about over 1 year ago 3,874 reads 6 comments

  7. NFL Most Valuable Player: Candidates and Their Signature Plays

    The expiration of the regular season is nearing as Week 12 has already begun and the chants for NFL Most Valuable Player have already started...

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  8. NFL Rookie of the Year: Offensive Candidates and Their Signature Plays

    NFL rookies are always a blast to watch in their first season because they're still getting their feet wet. They make the dumbest of mistakes and then the smartest of plays in a single drive and are competing every down...

    Alen Dumonjic Written by Alen Dumonjic about almost 2 years ago 7,029 reads 38 comments

  9. Breaking Down the NFL's Most Electric Return Men: How Do They Do It?

    Special teams are often forgotten when it comes to discussing football. Despite having a significant impact in terms of field position and scoring in general, most ignore it or in some cases, want to completely eliminate it ...

    Alen Dumonjic Written by Alen Dumonjic about almost 2 years ago 548 reads 0 comments

  10. Chicago Bears: Breaking Down What Makes the Defense Most Dominant Squad in NFL

    The concept of possession has been long debated in the NFL; If a team spends more time possessing the football, it's said they'd be the most likely to win...

    Alen Dumonjic Written by Alen Dumonjic about almost 2 years ago 604 reads 0 comments

  11. Peyton Manning and the 5 Best Play-Action Quarterbacks

    Is the play-action pass a lost art? The recent evolution of passing offenses, specifically the proliferation of the spread offense, has altered the way play-action passes are executed, consequently raising a valid question...

    Alen Dumonjic Written by Alen Dumonjic about almost 2 years ago 2,523 reads 5 comments

  12. Breaking Down the Resurgence of Chris Johnson as an Elite NFL RB

    Don't look now, but Chris Johnson is averaging 5.1 yards per carry and is Top Five in total rushing yards in the NFL ...

    Alen Dumonjic Written by Alen Dumonjic about almost 2 years ago 5,181 reads 43 comments

  13. Breaking Down the New Orleans Saints' Defensive Struggles

    One of the most exciting hires this past offseason came in January when the New Orleans Saints brought in former St. Louis Rams head coach and New York Giants defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo ...

    Alen Dumonjic Written by Alen Dumonjic about almost 2 years ago 775 reads 4 comments

  14. Darren Sproles: Why the New Orleans Saints Are Completely Misusing Their RB

    Between head coach Sean Payton (when he's present) and offensive coordinator Pete Carmichael Jr., the New Orleans Saints have two of the best minds in all of football...

    Alen Dumonjic Written by Alen Dumonjic about almost 2 years ago 1,546 reads 0 comments

  15. How New Orleans Saints Have Transformed Drew Brees into NFL's Most Irrelevant QB

    Creator of arguably the finest youth academy in the world, former Ajax soccer coach Jack Reynolds was always full of wise words and wisdom...

    Alen Dumonjic Written by Alen Dumonjic about almost 2 years ago 2,209 reads 8 comments

  16. Breaking Down Areas Where Andrew Luck, RG3 Must Improve Most

    There's no doubt the 2012 NFL draft's top two picks, Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III, are the best talents at the position in a long, long time...

    Alen Dumonjic Written by Alen Dumonjic about 2 years ago 3,701 reads 10 comments

  17. Breaking Down the Biggest Problems That Plague NFL Rookie QBs

    Quarterbacks are getting drafted higher and higher each year and also seem to be playing earlier and earlier. This has led to them learning on the job in a business that's very high-pressured and magnifies every mistake they make...

    Alen Dumonjic Written by Alen Dumonjic about 2 years ago 3,282 reads 13 comments

  18. What Every Team Should Be Working on After Their 1st Preseason Game

    Football season is finally back! There was a lot of good to talk about in the first week of the preseason...

    Alen Dumonjic Written by Alen Dumonjic about 2 years ago 5,710 reads 25 comments

  19. Highlighting the Best Route-Running Techniques of the NFL's Top WRs

    Route running is one of the most difficult aspects of not just playing wide receiver, but football in general. It can take years for a wide receiver to master this craft because of the multiple parts and details to it...

    Alen Dumonjic Written by Alen Dumonjic about 2 years ago 6,124 reads 16 comments

  20. What Makes Mike Wallace Unique, and Why Steelers Must Keep Him

    Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Mike Wallace goes by the moniker "60 minutes," but he has spent exactly zero minutes in training camp because of a contract dispute...

    Alen Dumonjic Written by Alen Dumonjic about 2 years ago 6,288 reads 19 comments

  21. Highlighting Audible Usage by the NFL's Best QBs

    What's in an audible? There are many factors that go into a quarterback's audible, and there are many ways to audible...

    Alen Dumonjic Written by Alen Dumonjic about 2 years ago 4,310 reads 0 comments

  22. Breaking Down How NFL Teams Are Using Tight Ends as Dynamic Weapons

    There are many fascinating aspects of schematics in football, but few are new because football's a cycle...

    Alen Dumonjic Written by Alen Dumonjic about 2 years ago 1,863 reads 3 comments

  23. What Does Dont'a Hightower's Versatility Bring to the Patriots' Defense?

    April's NFL Draft was full of surprises, none which were more surprising than the New England Patriots trading up twice to select two downhill players...

    Alen Dumonjic Written by Alen Dumonjic about 2 years ago 9,379 reads 32 comments

  24. Analyzing the Growing Offensive Trends in Today's NFL

    The NFL is constantly changing and evolving because of the dynamic talent being introduced into the league from the college ranks...

    Alen Dumonjic Written by Alen Dumonjic about 2 years ago 2,525 reads 1 comments

  25. Breaking Down How NFL QBs Handle Pocket Pressure

    Evaluating quarterbacks is hard. Playing quarterback is even harder. Do you know how difficult it is to drop back snap after snap with your eyes downfield, mechanics consistent and ...

    Alen Dumonjic Written by Alen Dumonjic about 2 years ago 4,799 reads 15 comments