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"Tales of failed red zone drives, Part I: Up 14-0 in the second quarter, the Philadelphia Eagles had a first-and-goal at the Washington 9. They threw three straight passes, but not one ball was thrown into the end zone (in fact, none of them even crossed the 5-yard line). The drive died at the 10, and Philadelphia settled for three points instead of seven."

Rams and the Red Zone: where offense goes to die

Revisiting the Rams' red zone opportunities through the first four games of the season.

Too Much Information (Part I): Georgia Bulldogs at Auburn Tigers

Do the Georgia Bulldogs have a shot at upsetting the undefeated Auburn Tigers in the Deep South's oldest college football rivalry? Dawg Sports examines the question in "Too Much Information" and finds that the two teams are statistically similar squads.

Too Much Information: Georgia Bulldogs at Kentucky Wildcats

On Saturday night, the Georgia Bulldogs will take on the Kentucky Wildcats in a critical SEC East battle in the Commonwealth. Dawg Sports breaks down the key college football matchup in "Too Much Information."

Things To Freak Out About for 2010: Red Zone Offense

Alabama's red zone offense was held out of the end zone more than half the time it was in action last year, the most recent example of a downward trend in the unit's productivity.

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