This Week In Football Writing: January 10, 2016

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. The All-22: Watching Tape And Talking Shop With Richard Sherman Doug Farrar sits down with Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman to watch film and talk football. We…

This Week in Football Writing: October 26, 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. Here’s a College Football Team Performing the Colts Trick Play Correctly  Yahoo Sports’ Eric Edholm highlights how the University of Maine correctly ran the fake…

Quarterback Investment: They Pay These Guys How Much?!

NFL teams allocate anywhere between 1% and 18% toward quarterback investment, making these players important factors in salary cap management and roster construction, not just on the field. Dave Archibald separates the quarterbacks into four groups based on their average cap hit to see how teams are investing in the position. No player on the football…

Loneliest Guys in the Huddle: Jay Cutler and Robert Griffin

Playing quarterback in the NFL is a wonderful opportunity, provided your team is playing well. When the losses mount and the passer struggles, the huddle can be the loneliest place on the field. Mark Schofield looks at two signal-callers – Jay Cutler and Robert Griffin – who face uncertain futures with their teams and in their huddles.…

Doing the Wrong Thing: Offseason Quarterback Moves

Just as teams can win the offseason, they can certainly lose it through bad signings and salary cap mismanagement. In part two of this series, David McCullough looks at some potentially problematic offseason quarterback moves. As winter turns to spring, NFL clubs continue to revamp their rosters. However, the on-paper allure of some transactions often fails…