The 49ers defense is leading the NFL in multiple statistical categories and they have an elite pass rusher on the outside making QBs’ lives miserable. Rich Gannon says the 49ers are a team you would NOT want to face in the playoffs.
Denver Broncos (2-3) at Los Angeles Chargers (3-2) Opening Spread: Chargers -6. Opening Game Total: 46. Opening Team Totals: Chargers (26), Broncos (20). Weather: Hybrid stadium, no concerns. The Line Report This line opened as Chargers -6. This line has moved down to Chargers -4.5. […]
New Orleans Saints pass rusher Cam Jordan might not be a full-time media member just yet (Atlanta coach Arthur Smith can keep dreaming), but the seven-time Pro Bowl player joins the 33rd Team each week this season for “Cam’s Corner.”
This week, Jordan breaks down his favorite sacks from Week 1.
The Chargers are well positioned to contend this season. Our own Joe Banner not only views LA as one of the most improved teams entering opening day, but as one primed for sustainable success. Can head coach Brandon Staley steer his fleet of new acquisitions past the Chiefs in the AFC West? Let’s take a […]
As analytics rapidly get integrated into mainstream football analysis and thinking, it has become clear that defensive pressures are significantly better indicators of future defensive success than sacks. By using a defender’s pressure statistics to analyze how many sacks above or below average they produced, we can ascertain which players are prime to either improve […]
Contract holdouts are a traditional rite of spring and early summer in the NFL. Every year, veterans will miss OTAs and even mandatory minicamps to express unhappiness with their contracts. While the media might play up these stories, most teams aren’t that concerned as long as the player reports to training camp and is ready […]
Over time, there has been a subtle change in the value placed upon certain positions in football. I do not think there has been a massive shift, but there are instances in which today’s perception is somewhat different than what it was 10 or 15 years ago. Let’s examine some of these instances: […]