Articles tagged "NFL quarterbacks"
MVP Ghosts Haunt Peyton Manning’s Playoff Soul
Peyton Manning is fresh off perhaps the greatest season by any QB in NFL history. But it will not matter of he fails to win the Super Bowl. His playoff history is ugly, and the remaining AFC field is not kind: Manning is 14-21 (.400) in his career against the Chargers, Patriots and Colts.
Graphic Statistical Sex For 2013 NFL Playoff Contenders
The fortunes of every playoff team hinged upon one factor only: winning the battle of passing efficiency. This correlation, and impact of the arrival of Nick Foles in Philly, or the loss of Aaron Rodgers in Green Bay, is easy to see in the season-long Passer Rating Differential and point differential line graphs we plotted for each playoff contender.
No Ordinary Joe: Flacco Completely Unique (In Good and Bad Ways)
Let's play a game of "Sucks! or Doesn't Suck!" featuring a Super Bowl champ/chump who's like Tim Tebow with an arm or Mark Sanchez with a heart.
Peyton Manning By The Numbers: A Mis-Performance For the Ages
Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos exited Gillette Stadium Sunday night with a loss and a chilling reality: they pissed away a sure victory largely because their All-World QB came up lame with the most ineffective passing performance of his career.
Brady-Manning XIV: Tom Terrific Boasts Betting Edge
Tom Brady's New England Patriots are 8-4-1 ATS all time against Peyton Manning's teams. CHFF Insider Sean O'Neill talks to the Vegas Wise Guys about a battle that will get more action than any other game this year, and gives his weekly Vegas Insider look at NFL betting trends.
Tom Brady Handed Lemons, Makes 5-1 Lemonade
New England Patriots fans have long lustily consumed the Bill Belichick Kool-Aid. But the flavor of the 2013 season is Tom Brady Lemonade, after the legendary QB and his third-rate cast of receivers pulled out a thrilling 30-27 win over Drew Brees and the Saints Sunday.
Peyton Manning's Start Greatest Ever? Not So Fast!
Don't knock anyone who feels that No. 18 is No. 1 all time in quarter-pole QBing. But back in the fall of 1966, Dandy Don Meredith and the Dallas Cowboys set the bar high with an explosive four-game performance the likes of which we've never seen again.
Mile High Fireworks: Broncos Fans Ain't Never Seen Nothing Like Peyton
John Elway will always be the yardstick by which Denver Broncos quarterbacks are measured. But he never set off the statistical fireworks we see out of Peyton Manning and his all-star receiving corps right now. They're lapping the field in every indicator.
Tom Brady First QB In NFL History With 100 More Wins Than Losses
The old-look Patriots, playing yet again like the ugly slugfest championship teams of a decade ago, beat the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Sunday 23-3. It marked a milestone in NFL history, as Tom Brady's Patriots now boast 100 more wins than losses (139-39).
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