Week 1 is in the books and teams that blitz Tom Brady are still getting burned. The best way to stop Gronk? Triple-team him. And watch out for these rookie runners.
The Bills' attacking D limited the Colts on the scoreboard, forced Andrew Luck into mistakes. How'd they do it? By creating chaos with exotic fronts and blitzing. A lot.
The Chip Kelly experiment finally goes into full display. How will it play out? Six teams have new quarterbacks, but can they hold on to their jobs? Here are six things to watch for Week 1.
If the Bills do release veteran backup quarterback Matt Cassel, which is a real possibility, expect at least some of that savings to be funneled into a long-term deal for star defensive tackle Marcell Dareus, sources said.
Rex Ryan inherits a loaded defense, playmakers on offense and loyal Bills fans starving for a return to glory. The only snag? Jim Kelly isn't playing QB.
Watkins has a whole lot of confidence in his team, but the lack of clarity at two big position groups will probably hold them back.
Think elite pass rushers drop in production once they hit age 30? Think again. Unlike skill-position players, some of the most prolific sack artists have remained productive well into the twilight of the their careers.
Andrew Luck and Ben Roethlisberger are two strong sleeper candidates to win the NFL MVP award in 2015.
Justin Houston balled out in his contract year, and now the Chiefs are in a bind with their star edge rusher. Ex-agent Joel Corry offers a contract solution.
Yeah, quarterbacks rule, but the best player in the NFL universe entering the 2015 season is a once-in-a-generation defensive star.

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