Articles tagged "New Orleans Saints"
Quality Stats Six Pack: Changes to the New Season
In a new weekly feature, Adam Dobrowolski looks a at "six pack" of statistical features that analyzes regression-related trends via the Quality Stats.
Tampa Bay-Atlanta Thursday Night Preview
NFC South foes meet to kick off the first of 16 games in Week 3.
Failure to Whack Ray Rice May Sink Gridiron Godfather Roger Goodell
Roger Goodell's failure to act decisively in the wake of Ray Rice's brutal act of violence against a woman threatens to sink the career of the NFL commissioner. It'd be a bit ironic if it did. After all, Goodell was once the iron-fisted ruler we dubbed the Gridiron Godfather, who whacked anybody who dared sully the rep of the NFL.
NFL Week 2 Game Capsules
A slate of inter-conference games highlight the Week 2 Schedule, including Atlanta at Cincinnati.
Audio: The Cold Hard Football Facts Hosted By Pat Imig
It's the first edition of the Cold Hard Football Facts Hosted By Pat Imig, we flash back to three of the best games of Week 1, offer up some honest feelings on Ray Rice and pay homage to football futility in the form of the St. Louis Rams and a very angry Cleveland Browns fan.
The Pro Football Hall of Fame: Ranking the 2014 Finalists
The Pro Football Hall of Fame announces its new inductees tonight. Who are they likely to be and who should they be.
Very DangeRuss: Seattle Seahawks Can Win a Shootout
Over the years at CHFF, we've learned how elite offenses fail to put out in the postseason. Now, we learn how Russell Wilson, the Seattle Seahawks and their elite D can win a shootout.
Matter Of Facts: Super Bowl XLVIII - No Offense Meant
Entering 2013, seven teams in NFL history had scored 540 or more points in a season. In Super Bowl XLVIII, the Broncos hope to avoid their fates.
New England Patriots assistant Dante Scarnecchia Retires: Built NFL's Most Dominant Offensive Line
Longtime New England Patriots assistant Dante Scarnecchia announced last week that he’s retiring, after a legendary career on NFL sidelines that spanned 32 seasons. Over the past decade he was the architect of the most dominant offensive line in football, according to our Offensive Hog Index.
- CHFF Flashback: Colin Kaepernick Has Worst QB Performance of 2013
- Patriots Turn It Around With Win Over Minnesota
- Andy Dalton Passes Aaron Rodgers In Record Books
- Quotes From Ravens Fans Who Support Ray Rice
- 2014 NFL Season Player Props
- Cardinals And Chargers: Charting Their Courses After Week 1
- Vegas Win Totals For Each NFL Team
- Best NFL Records Of The Past 10 Years
- Audio: The Cold Hard Football Facts Hosted By Pat Imig
- Groundhog Day: Seattle Dominates Green Bay