Writers of Pro Football Prospectus 2008

27 Mar 2006, 07:15pm by Michael David Smith

Four Downs: NFC North

Quarterbacks are the main topic of discussion in the NFC North this off-season, but in the latest installment of Four Downs, we'll ponder Matt Millen's next big move, the retirement of an underappreciated 28-year-old, and even the possible return of The Original Whizzinator.

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93 comments, Last at 10 Feb 2007, 11:20pm by holly pob

23 Mar 2006, 04:26pm by Guest

College Quarterbacks Through the Prism of Statistics

Can college football stats somehow be used to predict which players will succeed in the NFL? It will surprise many to discover the answer is "yes." With this look at Matt Leinart, Vince Young and Jay Cutler, guest columnist David Lewin previews his college-to-NFL QB projection system, which will get its proper debut in Pro Football Prospectus 2006.

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137 comments, Last at 11 Nov 2010, 4:37am by Carla

21 Mar 2006, 04:28pm by Al Bogdan

Four Downs: NFC East

Al Bogdan breaks down the first few weeks of free agency in the NFC East, which mostly means the annual orgy of spending that is the Washington Redskins. It also means the T.O. signing, which Al says filled a hole Dallas didn't really have. Michael David Smith disagrees, explaining why it was a great move in this article at FOXSports.com. Read both sides and then give your opinion here.

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170 comments, Last at 31 May 2006, 3:07pm by ben

15 Mar 2006, 10:37pm by P. Ryan Wilson

Four Downs: AFC North

Ryan Wilson checks in with the AFC North free agency update, vaguely lamenting (as a Steelers fan) that Pittsburgh hasn't really done anything while Cleveland has signed everyone but the Washington Redskins.

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118 comments, Last at 29 Mar 2006, 9:37pm by J

14 Mar 2006, 11:38pm by Guest

Pete Morelli Under Review

A lot of people complained about the officiating in this year's playoffs. But just like players, officials cannot really be judged on a single game in the national spotlight. Guest columnist Matthew Furtek goes through several regular season games to judge the referee behind the most controversial calls of this past January. Bill who? No, we're talking about Pete Morelli, the man who overturned Troy Polamalu's interception in Indianapolis and presided over the infamous false start/offsides that was neither a false start nor an offsides.

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47 comments, Last at 13 Apr 2006, 11:37pm by Mentos

09 Mar 2006, 05:12pm by Aaron Schatz

Four Downs: AFC East

How much would the Patriots miss Adam Vinatieri? How young are the Miami Dolphins? What does Eric Moulds' "personal assistant" actually do for a living? Does the Jets' depth chart have a single position without holes? These questions are pondered in the long-delayed final article from the first round of Four Downs.

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114 comments, Last at 30 Mar 2006, 10:46pm by Mr Shush

01 Mar 2006, 11:22am by Mike Tanier

Four Downs: NFC West

What's on the menu in this NFC West edition of Four Downs? How about Cardinals football on a retractable shingle? Plus, a short march for Shaun Alexander, Marc Bulger representin' the Lollipop Guild, foolproof free agent strategies, and the usual Norv Turner bashing.

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50 comments, Last at 06 Mar 2006, 10:36pm by young curmudgeon

28 Feb 2006, 11:58am by Tim Gerheim

Final Capped Year

We all hope the NFL and NFLPA will get a new collective bargaining agreement worked out before their Friday deadline. But just in case they don't, Tim Gerheim is here to give you an overview of the reasons why this will be the ugliest summer ever for teams, players, and their agents.

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44 comments, Last at 08 Mar 2006, 10:44pm by RH

27 Feb 2006, 06:48pm by Guest

Four Downs: NFC South

New Orleans fell apart from the beginning of the season, while Atlanta waited until November. Tampa Bay and Carolina were successful, only to find their holes exposed in the postseason. Meet FO intern Darrel Michaud as he takes you for a trip around the NFC South.

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42 comments, Last at 10 Apr 2006, 12:08am by ski

26 Feb 2006, 12:46pm by admin

Indianapolis... You Are There!

Aaron Schatz and Michael David Smith empty their notebooks from the NFL Scouting Combine. Come and join us at the circus.

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162 comments, Last at 06 Oct 2012, 7:33am by Sliding Cabinet Doors