1. Chip Kelly Looks, Sounds, Feels a Lot Like a Young Bill Belichick

    Philadelphia Eagles head coach Chip Kelly is a man of few words. He's not one to open up to the media, he strategically withholds injury information until he's required to spill ...

    Brad Gagnon Written by Brad Gagnon about 2 months ago 11,248 reads 97 comments

  2. Could the Cowboys Have the Worst Defense in NFL History?

    Last season, the Dallas Cowboys gave up more yards on defense than all but two other teams in NFL history...

    Brad Gagnon Written by Brad Gagnon about 2 months ago 21,248 reads 57 comments

  3. Running Back Committee Might Be Exactly What the Dallas Cowboys Need

    Because the Dallas Cowboys have been guilty of a football felony by ignoring a good running game for much if not all of Jason Garrett's tenure as head coach, they've often struggled ...

    Brad Gagnon Written by Brad Gagnon about 2 months ago 5,957 reads 7 comments

  4. For Desperate Dallas Cowboys, Trading for Justin Green Is Worth a Shot

    With Orlando Scandrick facing a four-game suspension and Morris Claiborne once again limping, the Dallas Cowboys are desperate for help at the cornerback position...

    Brad Gagnon Written by Brad Gagnon about 2 months ago 18,968 reads 15 comments

  5. With Scandrick Suspended, It's Now or Never for Morris Claiborne in Dallas

    At this point, it feels like the Dallas Cowboys defense is cursed. The league's lowest-ranked unit last season has lost arguably its three best players to either free agency or ...

    Brad Gagnon Written by Brad Gagnon about 2 months ago 8,706 reads 31 comments

  6. New York Giants Defensive Line Showing Signs of Returning to Old Form

    Everybody who knows the New York Giants can tell you that this team wouldn't have won two Super Bowls in a recent five-year span without an elite pass rush...

    Brad Gagnon Written by Brad Gagnon about 2 months ago 2,209 reads 3 comments

  7. No Matter What Cousins, Griffin Do, There'll Be No QB Controversy in Washington

    It may very well be true that Kirk Cousins has performed better than Robert Griffin III thus far in training camp and the preseason. ESPN...

    Brad Gagnon Written by Brad Gagnon about 2 months ago 39,085 reads 122 comments

  8. New York Giants Lackluster Offense Becoming a Problem in Preseason Action

    It hit me on the final play for the first-team offense Saturday night, right after Eli Manning was sacked in super-familiar fashion within his own red zone. It's 3rd-and-long, and Ben McAdoo calls a draw to running back Rashad Jennings...

    Brad Gagnon Written by Brad Gagnon about 3 months ago 25,093 reads 128 comments

  9. Zach Ertz Backs Up the Hype in Philadelphia Eagles' Preseason Opener

    It was a long, penalty-filled night for the Philadelphia Eagles , who struggled early on both sides of the ball in their preseason-opening loss to the Chicago Bears ...

    Brad Gagnon Written by Brad Gagnon about 3 months ago 13,232 reads 15 comments

  10. Breaking Down LeSean McCoy's Chances of Rushing for 2,000 Yards

    Philadelphia Eagles running back LeSean McCoy thinks he can rush for 2,000 yards in 2014, and although he was probably being rhetorical when he asked his Twitter followers ...

    Brad Gagnon Written by Brad Gagnon about 3 months ago 14,100 reads 122 comments

  11. Washington Redskins Flash Impressive Depth Across the Board in Victory over Pats

    The Washington Redskins went to work in their preseason opener against the New England Patriots Thursday night without DeSean Jackson , Pierre Garcon , Ryan Clark and Tracy Porter...

    Brad Gagnon Written by Brad Gagnon about 3 months ago 16,416 reads 67 comments

  12. Dallas Cowboys Should Now Be Legitimately Concerned About Tony Romo's Back

    Back in December, as Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo was undergoing a second back procedure in less than a year, former Cowboys great Troy Aikman, who himself had to retire ...

    Brad Gagnon Written by Brad Gagnon about 3 months ago 10,530 reads 26 comments

  13. Is Nick Foles the Next Quarterback in Line for a Big Payday?

    This is the NFL in 2014. In order to win, having a really good quarterback is a virtual necessity. And recent results indicate that a league with 32 teams has fewer than 32 really good quarterbacks...

    Brad Gagnon Written by Brad Gagnon about 3 months ago 3,484 reads 34 comments

  14. NFL Players with Most to Prove in Preseason Week 1

    The scores don't matter, and neither do most of the stats. The NFL preseason is arguably too long, too boring, too monotonous. Depth charts are molded in practice as much as they are in exhibition games...

    Brad Gagnon Written by Brad Gagnon about 3 months ago 1,913 reads 17 comments

  15. Examining the New-Look Giants Offense 1 Game into the 2014 Preseason

    The New York Giants won't officially "unveil" their new-look offense until they take on the Detroit Lions in their Monday Night Football opener on September 8, but we did get ...

    Brad Gagnon Written by Brad Gagnon about 3 months ago 9,665 reads 58 comments

  16. Williams, Jennings Prove They Can Carry Giants Running Game Without David Wilson

    The final score means nothing, most of the stats are useless and the reality is a lot will change between now and Sept...

    Brad Gagnon Written by Brad Gagnon about 3 months ago 18,143 reads 58 comments

  17. Versatile Tight End Committee Could Work Wonders for Giants Offense

    The New York Giants ' tight end situation might be a fantasy nightmare, but what appears to be an inevitable platoon could be a dream come true for quarterback Eli Manning...

    Brad Gagnon Written by Brad Gagnon about 3 months ago 7,607 reads 17 comments

  18. Michael Strahan: Inside the Legacy of 2014 Pro Football Hall of Fame Inductee

    Saturday in Canton, Ohio, with his former team watching, Michael Strahan will become the first New York Giants defensive lineman from the NFL 's Super Bowl era to be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame...

    Brad Gagnon Written by Brad Gagnon about 3 months ago 5,395 reads 16 comments

  19. For Dallas, Tyron Smith Extension Is Worth Risking Future Salary-Cap Constraints

    A valid argument can be made that, by giving left tackle Tyron Smith a nine-figure contract extension, the Dallas Cowboys are pushing their salary-cap luck...

    Brad Gagnon Written by Brad Gagnon about 3 months ago 7,864 reads 23 comments

  20. Is Nick Foles Better Than Russell Wilson?

    The 2012 quarterback draft class is extremely good. How good? Well, it's too early to start comparing them to a 1983 group that contained John Elway, Jim Kelly, Dan Marino and ...

    Brad Gagnon Written by Brad Gagnon about 3 months ago 24,632 reads 345 comments

  21. Can Nolan Carroll Steal a Starting Spot at Cornerback in Philadelphia?

    Malcolm Jenkins and Darren Sproles are household names with bigger resumes, but Nolan Carroll could wind up making more of an impact than everyone else the Philadelphia Eagles added to the roster this offseason...

    Brad Gagnon Written by Brad Gagnon about 3 months ago 7,578 reads 42 comments

  22. Don't Count on Eli Manning Completing 70 Percent of His Passes

    In 2013, Eli Manning had the sixth-lowest completion percentage among 37 qualifying quarterbacks. And after factoring in and/or ruling out a slew of additional metrics, Pro Football ...

    Brad Gagnon Written by Brad Gagnon about 3 months ago 6,455 reads 77 comments

  23. Which NFL Teams Have Improved the Most so Far This Offseason?

    The vast majority of NFL teams have now reported to training camp, bringing the league's short unofficial summer vacation to an end...

    Brad Gagnon Written by Brad Gagnon about 3 months ago 112,087 reads 473 comments

  24. Jerry Jones Showing Signs of Weakness by Keeping Jason Garrett off the Hot Seat

    Jerry Jones loves the sound of his voice. And short of recording his own soliloquies and playing them back to himself, the best method he can utilize in order to accomplish that is to make meaningless declarations in the media...

    Brad Gagnon Written by Brad Gagnon about 3 months ago 25,933 reads 111 comments

  25. Washington Redskins Will Have Trouble Keeping Everyone Happy on Offense

    This is the NFL in its wildest era in terms of offense. The four highest-scoring seasons in league history just so happen to be the most recent four seasons in league history...

    Brad Gagnon Written by Brad Gagnon about 3 months ago 3,469 reads 9 comments