This Super Bowl matchup features a battle of two strengths: Rob Gronkowski and the Seattle secondary. Who has the upper hand?
We've been previewing the game over the last two weeks, but who do the algorithms like to hoist the Lombardi on Sunday?
Wide receivers like Doug Baldwin getting open are necessary to the Seahawks defending their Super Bowl crown.
Despite the promising play of Willie Young, the Bears defense was historically bad in 2014.
New Broncos defensive coordinator Wade Phillips has worked with Kubiak before. Can they create a winner this time around?
The Giants were bad for a second straight year, but are they closer to the Super Bowl than most realize?
Pittsburgh's explosive offense was upended by their inept defense in 2014. What should we expect moving forward?
We all know the Patriots have been unstoppable since 2001, but they may be even better than you think.
Super Bowl XLIX is bound to be close. What matchups should we be watching during the game?
Geno Smith and the Jets struggled in 2014. How close are they to getting back to the Super Bowl?
Nothing says Super Bowl Sunday quite like hundreds of prop bets. What do our projections have to say about them?
Seattle's success on the ground is more than just Marshawn Lynch running defenders over.
The Jets' fantasy options can't get much worse, but how much can Chan Gailey actually help?
After running over the Indianapolis Colts in the AFC Championship game for 148 yards and 3 touchdowns, is LeGarrette Blount becoming a little overrated?
New England finished their season strong, and have a well-balanced team to take down Seattle.
All signs point to this Super Bowl being a close game, but Seattle's balanced defense could give them an edge.
Streaming quarterbacks in fantasy football may appear difficult, and many say it's only viable when looking in hindsight. But that's just not true.
With Josh Gordon suspended for the entire 2015 season, what can we expect from the Browns offense?
With Tom Brady and Russell Wilson facing off in Super Bowl XLIX, they serve as examples of the few quarterbacks who aren't drafted in the first round to go on to have success.
The raw passing stats between the two Super Bowl quarterbacks are fairly similar, but whose metrics are better?