27 Mar 2008, 02:37pm by P. Ryan Wilson
Minnesota and Chicago ask: Is it better to have a left tackle in jail, or no left tackle at all? Meanwhile, Green Bay gets ready to see if a young quarterback can reach his potential, and Detroit lets go of a back who was never able to do the same.
60 comments, Last at 08 Apr 2008, 1:31pm by Aaron N
25 Mar 2008, 03:22pm by Vincent Verhei
The Texans shuffle their quarterbacks around, the Colts get ready to tear their house down, the Jaguars welcome some new receivers into their den, and the Titans hope for an extra benefit from their new tight end. It's the post-free agency look at the AFC South in Four Downs!
67 comments, Last at 03 Apr 2008, 5:20pm by PFC1
21 Mar 2008, 10:32am by Doug Farrar
Michael Turner takes advantage of his career opportunities and moves to Atlanta. Steve Smith is counting on his new receiver partners for a pressure drop. The Saints seek defensive backs with the right profile. Warrick Dunn comes back to Tampa, one more time. Here's an update on the NFC South as four teams prepare to clash in 2008.
21 comments, Last at 29 Mar 2008, 10:23pm by Arson55
14 Mar 2008, 11:30am by Stuart Fraser
Quick, what do Ben Roethlisberger, Mark Brunell, Chris Chandler and Jeff George have in common? Stuart Fraser looks at quarterbacks who managed to succeed despite some dubious pass protection, and wonders what comes next for Pittsburgh.
45 comments, Last at 27 Mar 2008, 8:20am by Luz
06 Mar 2008, 04:54pm by Aaron Schatz
Come back with us to the year a young Brett Favre won his first MVP award and engineered a playoff upset over the team that led the league in DVOA.
132 comments, Last at 27 Mar 2008, 12:58pm by Josh
04 Mar 2008, 02:34pm by Doug Farrar
Who wins the big Lions-Browns deal? Who is left to play receiver in Chicago? And did the Falcons sign Michael Turner at the right point on the team development curve?
96 comments, Last at 20 Mar 2008, 9:23am by Cosmos
04 Mar 2008, 12:00pm by Guest
The first round of Four Downs wraps up with a look at the NFC East, a division so strong that the worst regular-season team in 2007 goes into 2008 as the defending Super Bowl champion.
205 comments, Last at 12 Nov 2010, 10:44am by Glandos
28 Feb 2008, 11:10am by Doug Farrar
Doug Farrar returns from the Combine with pages and pages (and pages) of notes showing that underneath the 40 times and bench presses and shuttle drills, there are hundreds of real, actual human beings, and they have a lot to say.
13 comments, Last at 02 Mar 2008, 4:40pm by Justin Zeth
26 Feb 2008, 02:55pm by Ben Riley
Ben Riley takes an off-season look at the NFL's worst division. Every year, somebody has to win this thing. Could 2008 be the year it isn't Seattle?
46 comments, Last at 03 Mar 2008, 3:17pm by Quentin
24 Feb 2008, 08:41pm by Doug Farrar
Concluding his final day in Indianapolis, Doug Farrar talks about the 40s that roared, two big injuries and the intrigue that surrounds them, the future of this event, and what it was like to spend two hours in the Twilight Room.
21 comments, Last at 27 Feb 2008, 1:34pm by DoubleB