13 Nov 2007, 01:44pm by Ned Macey
The one good thing about starting 0-8 is that a win is likely to warrant a write-up in this space. The excitement of New Orleans' four-game winning streak was extremely tempered by their continued lack of a competent pass defense. Plus, count the Rams offensive line injuries, and you can't spell "Saints defense DVOA" without D-A-V-I-D.
24 comments, Last at 16 Nov 2007, 12:31am by max
12 Nov 2007, 06:58pm by Russell Levine
Is patience becoming a virtue in college football? Three programs who are enjoying surprising seasons might argue yes. Plus, the JLS Trophy goes to neither Ohio State nor Michigan, and Russell presents his latest BlogPoll ballot.
98 comments, Last at 15 Nov 2007, 10:05pm by DoubleB
12 Nov 2007, 03:41pm by Doug Farrar
Tony Romo and Brett Favre put their squads firmly in the elite, and one of two winless teams finally gets off the schneid. Goofy coaching challenges and time management issues seemed to sprout up around the league. And while all this was happening, Cincinnati's Shayne Graham kicked a Bironas-esque seven field goals. Yeah, it was one of THOSE days.
259 comments, Last at 15 Nov 2007, 4:25pm by thestar5
10 Nov 2007, 12:14am by Doug Farrar
The Cleveland Browns' offensive rebirth seems to be equally attributed to quarterback Derek Anderson, an outstanding trio of receivers, and a surprising offensive line. In a guest turn at EPC, Doug Farrar goes play-by-play in the Browns' recent overtime victory over the Seahawks, and details what's up with the Cleveland front five.
20 comments, Last at 12 Nov 2007, 1:02pm by Brooklyn Bengal
09 Nov 2007, 02:47pm by Mike Tanier
In their four-day Delaware Valley junket, Aaron Schatz and Mike Tanier watch the Cowboys crush the Eagles from the press box, and then on film with Ron Jaworski. They also saw a gambler risk his house on the Texans and participated in a roundtable discussion with a distinguished sportswriter and a Hall of Fame wide receiver.
49 comments, Last at 16 Nov 2007, 4:08pm by MattR
08 Nov 2007, 06:17pm by Russell Levine
Rammer Jammer Yellow Hammer author and New York Times reporter Warren St. John is back to discuss his latest book project, his feelings about Nick Saban, and the masculinity of shakers... and to break down this week's biggest college games.
119 comments, Last at 11 Nov 2007, 9:11pm by Alex
08 Nov 2007, 11:30am by Ben Riley
Chris Henry in trouble with the law again? Check. Annoying controvers(ies) related to the Patriots-Colts game? Check. Semi-bizarre musings from Herm Edwards? Check. Welcome to the midseason Week in Quotes!
106 comments, Last at 12 Nov 2007, 1:14pm by Rich Conley
07 Nov 2007, 06:07pm by Bill Barnwell
Bill announces the first-half Loser League champion and details the potential miasma of suck in Jacksonville and New York as part of the Loser League second-half preview. A certain walrus nearly chops his bucket, and Jason Beattie's blackmailer gets revealed, all in this week's Scramble!
16 comments, Last at 09 Nov 2007, 2:34pm by Dash
07 Nov 2007, 03:29pm by Brian Fremeau
At long last, there is a new No. 2 team in the FEI rankings! See how far South Florida has finally fallen, and what Brian Fremeau has to say about which teams are most likely to play for the National Championship.
30 comments, Last at 11 Nov 2007, 12:54am by Sid
07 Nov 2007, 12:20pm by Michael David Smith
The Lions are 6-2 and coming off a dominant performance against the Broncos. Will Michael David Smith actually have some positive feelings to express about the Lions? Find out this week in Every Play Counts.
35 comments, Last at 09 Nov 2007, 5:55am by andy