This Week In Football Writing: November 9, 2015

Inside The Pylon works to deliver quality football content to our readers. This Week in Football Writing collects some of our favorite pieces from friends and colleagues last week and shares them with you.

Seahawks Replay Booth: Working The Middle Of The Field In The Passing Game

Danny Kelly of Field Gulls keeps a level head about his beloved Seattle Seahawks and delivers top-notch analysis of their problems passing in the middle of the field this season.

Should We Believe in Cam Newton?

Jenny Vrentas with an awesome profile of Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton, and whether we should buy into the hype.

Cam Newton & the Panthers Offense Deserve Respect

Matt Chatham, former NFL player, looks at how the Panthers offense, and Newton, are getting the job done this season.

RSP Film Room No.62: QB Joshua Dobbs, Tennessee

Matt Waldman is joined by Sports by Sharona to discuss Tennessee Volunteers receiver Josh Dobbs.

Dak Prescott

David Igono with a deep look at the traits and skills of Mississippi State quarterback Dak Prescott, and his NFL potential.

Apologize? The Patrick Kane Case Leaves A Trail Of Sorry

Tim Baffoe with a must-read piece about the awful, sordid side of sports, its media coverage, and its fans.

Inside the Trenches: Evaluating Cowboys vs Giants

Zach Grasinger of The Football Educator is one of the best evaluators of offensive line play, along with his podcast co-host Brandon Thorn.

Alejandro Villanueva, My View – Part One: USMA

Andy Guyader of has written a four-part series on Pittsburgh Steelers tackle Alejandro Villanueva that is absolutely one of the most unique football stories you’ve ever read.

Reception Perception: Understanding Jordan Matthews’ Painfully Slow Start

Matt Harmon can help you win your fantasy league – or understand why the Eagles passing offense is sputtering. (subscriber content – worth it)

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