Judge Dave Zoia finds most new engines highly capable.
You think the NFL’s got parity, you should see the 2014 Ward’s 10 Best Engines score sheets. Forty-four contenders and, discarding the two bottom-dwellers that will remain nameless, only a dozen points (12.2 to be exact) separates engine No.1 from No.42. That’s an average of 0.3 points from one candidate to the next, and it means a lot of really good engines were left out in the final cut. It leaves us splitting hairs during the testing process, which concludes with editors ...
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