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The Baltimore defense remained one of the fiercest in football because of its superstars, notably Haloti Ngata.
Ben Roethlisberger was the key to the Steelers' success. He and Michael Vick are the league's only quarterbacks who can consistently succeed when plays collapse.
Wes Welker's verbal jabs at Rex Ryan in January came as a surprise to many. But Welker and Ryan had been engaging in good-natured trash-talking for years.
Brian Burke of Advanced NFL Stats suggests that the players who score the touchdowns should kick the extra points.
An independent research company called Twitalizer ranked Bengals wide receiver Chad Ochocinco as the second-most influential personality on Twitter.
We often think of social media as a powder keg, but in the N.F.L. labor dispute, it may be acting more like a boiling chip. Twitter may provide an instantaneous sounding board for discontented players weary of the party line, but its wide range and immediate feedback create sudden consequences for anyone who stands out from the crowd.
The former mayor of Philadelphia disputed GQ magazine's assertion that the city's fans were the worst in America, but maybe he wasn't the best messenger.
The otherworldly speed of Michael Vick and his wide receivers created severe matchup problems for opposing defenses.
The former Giants great said, "I'm not saying it's right but it's the oldest profession in the world."
A declining Donovan McNabb, an undisciplined defense and a maddeningly unmotivated Albert Haynesworth. It was a season to forget in Washington.
Will fans be happy to sacrifice the excitement of dazzling kickoff returns for fewer injuries?
Eli Manning's 2010 season was a perfect example of why the N.F.L.. should reclassify some interceptions as a receiver's error.
The Cowboys' results didn't come close to matching their level of talent. One big problem was the right side of the offensive line.
Drew Hill sustained a successful 14-season career as one of the N.F.L.'s most productive wide receivers of the late 1980s and early 1990s.
The Bengals wide receiver says he believes he can play soccer for an M.L.S. team. Is that an insult to soccer?
Are you confused by what constitutes a catch when a receiver goes to the ground? Well, you're out of luck.
A review of the 2010 Lions comes with an asterisk, given that Matthew Stafford missed all but three games.
The commissioner writes to every N.F.L. player, his first communication with the rank-and-file since negotiations broke down and a lockout was imposed last week.
Chicago quarterback Jay Cutler and the offensive coordinator Mike Martz deserve credit for overcoming a substandard offensive line.
The Vikings are going to miss Brett Favre terribly. He became an easy target for outsiders to blame for the team's dismal 2010 season.