Jan 17, 2019 | by Michael Renner, Pro Football Focus
It’s been over five years since Steve Palazzolo released his groundbreaking work on the value of left tackles vs. right tackles. Even now though, the bias towards left tackles being more valuable is still alive and well. In fact, the winner of our Bruce Matthews award for the best offensive lineman in the NFL this season wasn’t even voted by the ...
It happened this season. Current Bucs wide receiver Mike Evans broke the franchise’s all-time receiving yards record set by Mark Carrier. Evans now has 6,103 yards in his five-year career as a Buccaneer, with a franchise-best 40 touchdowns as well.
METAIRIE, La. -- Mark Ingram and Alvin Kamara have anchored the New Orleans Saints’ backfield the past two seasons as one of the NFL's top rushing tandems -- and they both made the Pro Bowl after the 2017 campaign.
New Orleans' offensive line, widely regarded as one of the league’s best units, deserves a lot of credit for opening holes for Ingram and ...
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Phillip Lindsay is still headed to the 2019 Pro Bowl.
The Broncos running back made history in December when he became the first undrafted offensive rookie to earn a Pro Bowl selection, but his trip to Orlando appeared it would be canceled after he suffered a wrist injury on Christmas Eve in Oakland.
On Tuesday, though, Lindsay announced he would ...
Nothing about the job Patriots offensive lineman Joe Thuney does on a weekly basis is easy.
Along with the routine work of using his 6-foot-5-inch, 308-pound frame to wall off defensive linemen, he’s always in the thick of the running game, using his athleticism to motor off the line, pull on screen plays, or make his way upfield to seek out ...
Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans finished third in the NFL in receiving yards in 2018, joining Atlanta's Julio Jones and Houston's DeAndre Hopkins as the only three players in the league to crack 1,500 yards. Evans recorded a career-high 1,524 yards, 48 fewer than Hopkins and 153 fewer than Jones.
The Pro Bowl rosters were announced Tuesday night.
In all, six rookies were selected: New York Giants running back Saquon Barkley, Denver Broncos running back Philip Lindsay, Indianapolis Colts offensive guard Quenton Nelson, Chargers safety Derwin James, Cleveland Browns cornerback Denzel Ward and Seattle Seahawks punter Michael Dickson.
Some pretty cool NFL history was made with Lindsay's selection.