Darrell Bevell, the offensive coordinator for the first six seasons of Wilson’s career, broke down three hours of film on Mayfield to see how the QBs are alike, and what the Heisman winner did that will and will not translate to the NFL
Like veterans across the league, the Eagles receiver has invested significant time and money into keeping his body in top shape during the punishing NFL season. And that included a visit to an unlikely spot two nights before the Super Bowl
An illustrative story about how teams and agents routinely ignore NFL rules to broker deals well ahead of the opening of the league year. Plus notes on the draft's two best players, franchise tags, Jon Gruden and much more.
A look back at the book every owner brought to the first NFL drafts (in which the owners were pretty good at pegging future stars). Plus, draft developments to watch in the next week, Bill Polian’s Lamar Jackson take, the mock draft roundup, and YouTube highlights of the week starring Notre Dame’s Quenton Nelson
Why isn't every player eligible for the NFL draft invited to the scouting combine? Jeff Foster, the president of National Football Scouting and the man in charge of handing out those invitations, explains his process.
A look at where Kirk Cousins, Baker Mayfield and more than a dozen other free-agent and draft-eligible QBs could land, from teams with desperate needs to ones keeping eyes open. Plus notes on the next Jimmy G., a TV job that fits Peyton Manning and much more.
The three minds behind the game-winning touchdown—Doug Pederson, Frank Reich, Mike Groh—explain how the play came to exist in the Philly game plan. Plus items on Reich's new job in Indy, the Jimmy Garoppolo contract, Reuben Foster and much more.
An early-morning ride to work with the Philly leader and the story of how Brett Favre’s trusted friend went from coaching high school to the game’s biggest stage. Plus more on Steve Wilks, Howie Roseman, the XFL and more from Minneapolis.
New Indianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich on the process of putting a gameplan together, on the research that goes into find new plays and keeping what you call fresh, and on the future of offensive football
Eagles defensive lineman Brandon Graham on the the thrill of strip-sacking fellow former Michigan star Tom Brady for the clinching play of the Super Bowl, on coming so far from a rough high school in Detroit to the pinnacle of football, and what the key to the Eagles success was this year
Minnesota tight end Kyle Rudolph breaks down the pass route known as Buffalo right 7 Heaven (the play that won the NFC divisional playoff game against New Orleans). Defensive end Brian Robison, the only remaining Viking from the painful 2009 NFC Championship Game loss to the New Orleans, on the polar opposite feeling of that game and this win over New Orleans.
As the Eagles prepared to take on the Chicago Bears over Thanksgiving weekend, The MMQB spent Sunday afternoon with U.S. Women's National Team midfielder Julie Ertz and her husband, Philadelphia tight end, Zach Ertz.