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The NFL's team-killers ahead of the 2019 NFL season

Every NFL team has a nemesis. PFF's Ben Linsey takes a look at the players who have performed best against each team in the NFL over the last 13 seasons.

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PFF50: The NFL's 50 best players entering the 2019 season

PFF lists the NFL's 50 best players entering the 2019 season.

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The NFL's prototypical defensive backs for each secondary position heading into 2019

NFL editor Mark Chichester takes a closer look at the league's prototypical defensive backs for seven distinct roles heading into the 2019 NFL season.

11 days ago
Darius Slay’s career excellence should warrant heavy praise, not a new contract

Detroit Lions cornerback Darius Slay has done enough in his career to be in the market for a lucrative third contract in the NFL, but the current structure of his contract should push both parties to wait on an extension.

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The 2018 NFL Clutch Team

PFF Analyst Ben Linsey delivers the first PFF Clutch Team, highlighting the players who performed best in the fourth quarter of one-score games.

16 days ago
How Vegas projected win totals can influence fantasy potential

PFF Fantasy senior analyst Scott Barrett looks at how Vegas projected win totals can influence likely fantasy production in 2019.

16 days ago
T.J. Hockenson should be the best tight end that Matthew Stafford has ever played with

PFF's Mike Manning explains why we think first-round tight end T.J. Hockenson can make a significant impact in Detroit.

Best draft-class WR by route, scheme fit with new NFL team

As a part of our partnership with ESPN, Senior Content Manager Cam Mellor looks at the rookie receivers' best routes and how they fit with their new NFL team.

23 days ago
How excited should you be about your new quarterback?

Lead Draft Analyst Mike Renner goes through this year's first-round quarterbacks, giving his thoughts on how they'll stack up for their respective franchises.

25 days ago
Why Frank Ragnow's move to center could mean big things for Detroit's offensive line

The Lions have shuffled their offensive line and moved former first-round pick Frank Ragnow from guard to center. Senior Analyst Gordon McGuinness explains why this is a great move for Detroit.