Losing Finley is devastating for Packers

Losing Jermichael Finley is devastating for the Packers. The Packers use Finley all over the field, and he doesn’t need to catch a lot of passes to have an impact on the game.

Speed makes Texans’ Foster special

I don’t know why so many teams missed on Arian Foster, but it’s time to start taking him seriously.

Torain could be next great find by Shanahan

One player I’m very intrigued by right now is Ryan Torain in Washington.

One more reason to applaud Peyton: selflessness

Peyton Manning doesn’t go through many weeks of the NFL season without being applauded for his game day heroics. The latest reason to applaud Manning is his display of selflessness.

Saints not as feared without Bush

Offensively, the Saints are still great without Reggie Bush. Just not as feared.

Loss of Jenkins is devestating, but Jets can overcome

Without a doubt, the loss of Kris Jenkins is devastating for the Jets. But the Jets played 10 regular season games, and two playoff games, without him last season and still finished as the No. 1-ranked defense in football by a large margin.

Film reveals offensive strengths of Chargers, Packers

The idea during a recent film session was to concentrate on young, ascending quarterbacks Aaron Rodgers and Philip Rivers. While they didn’t disappoint, some important keys jumped out about the offenses of the Packers and Chargers.

Kolb lacking patience as pocket passer

Taking another look at Eagles QB Kevin Kolb on film, he’s very natural and smooth in some areas but needs to work on the patience required to be a pocket passer in the NFL.

Cowboys should be concerned about offensive line

The season will crumble for the Dallas Cowboys if they can’t protect QB Tony Romo and open holes for the running game.

Expect a big season out of high-motor Biermann

The Falcons desperately need someone opposite John Abraham, and I see Kroy Biermann as that guy.

Attitude of Jets is a direct influence of Ryan

I can understand the love affair between Rex Ryan and his players, but he is not affraid to work them hard.

Receivers have turned into strength for Giants

A year ago at this time, the only thing you heard about the New York Giants was that they had no wide receivers. Now it’s the least of the worries for the Giants.

Ravens look like an elite team

The Ravens look like an elite team. Offenisvely, this is the best Ravens team in recent memory.

Reid has right approach for young Eagles

Andy Reid runs the most physical training camp in the entire NFL, and it’s the right approach for a young Eagles team.

Bengals’ trio of WRs will pose problems for opposition

Terrell Owens in the Bengals offense makes a lot of sense. The Bengals are now one of the few teams in the league that can now go into a spread formation and present a formidable trio of receivers that will pose problems for defenses.

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