The Falcons boasted the NFL’s topranked rushing offense in 2004. Much of the success is due to the abilities of T.J. Duckett, Michael Vick and Warrick Dunn — also known as “DVD” to some. But don’t underestimate the importance of the offensive linemen and their position coach, Alex Gibbs.
Offense, defense and special teams
New England’s Troy Brown can do it all. Not only has he contributed in his usual role as a wideout and return specialist, but he has seen extended time at cornerback.
We take a look at the NFL head coaches who are former players. How does that experience help them now that they patrol the sidelines calling the shots?
Check out an early version of the best fantasy football draft board in the business. After an incredible 2004 season, Peyton Manning debuts in the No. 1 spot.
- The Way We Hear It
- Feature: Pro Bowl voting critique
- Fantasy football: 2004 All-Pro team
- Q&A with Ravens head coach Brian Billick
- Handicapper’s Corner
- Divisional playoff previews:
- Jets at Steelers
- Rams at Falcons
- Vikings at Eagles
- Colts at Patriots
- Wild-card playoff coverage
- Individual statistics
- NFL team statistics
- NFL team rankings
- NFList: Best pass blockers
- 2005 NFL draft order
- NFL transactions
- Scout’s Notebook: Eagles CB Lito Sheppard
- PFW Slant with Dan Arkush
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