TWIP: Allen, Ratliff & Young – The Chicago Sack Exchange

Pressure to Bear Coming off a tumultuous week, the Chicago Bears travel to Foxboro for what…

Know Your Enemy: Jace Amaro on the Offensive

The New York Jets enter tonight’s game ranked 30th in both points scored and yards gained,…

Know Your Enemy: Jets Defense

On Thursday night the New York Jets’ defense hopes to duplicate previous stellar efforts against Tom…

Michael Vick: When You’re a Jet You’re a Jet

By Mark Brown and Jae Barclay Two Sundays ago, quarterback Michael Vick made $250,000 for doing…

Know Your Enemy: Buffalo Offense

A quarter of the NFL’s 32 franchises brought fresh faces aboard in 2013 to lead their…

Know Your Enemy: Buffalo Defense

Being carried off the field is the ultimate honor for a coach, so the Buffalo Bills’…

Know Your Enemy: Bengals Defense

Rested and refreshed off their bye week, Cincinnati travels to Foxboro this week for Sunday Night…

Know Your Enemy: Bengals Offense

Hue Jackson is a man on the spot. From 2011 to 2013, Jay Gruden called Cincinnati’s…

Bengals vs. Patriots: The Enemy Perspective

Based on each team’s performance to date, the Bengals should be bigger favorites than the current…

We’re on to Cincinnati: Passing Game Preview

The Cincinnati Bengals entered their bye week with a flawless 3-0 record, following wins over the…

We’re on to Cincinnati: Running Game Preview

For the first time since 2006, the Bengals have won their first three games of the…

Tenure: Marvin Lewis and the Bengals

Andy Reid, now in his second year at the Chiefs’ helm, has served more consecutive seasons…

Know Your Enemy: Kansas City Offense

The Chiefs were one of the worst teams in football in 2012, finishing at the bottom…

Know Your Enemy: Kansas City Defense

New England travels to Kansas City for their first nationally-televised game of the season. Following losses…

Know Your Enemy: The Raiders Defense

After two weeks of the NFL season the Oakland Raiders find themselves with an 0-2 record…

Know Your Enemy: The Raiders Offense

Three years may not seem that long, but in NFL terms it can be an eternity.…