03 Nov 2006, 01:56pm by Mike Tanier
Get ready for all of the seam routes, corner routes, and flat routes you can handle! In Part 2 of a Two Deep Zone/Minicamp special, Mike Tanier analyzes how teams are using multiple tight ends in the passing game, whether as blockers, receivers, or decoys.
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03 Nov 2006, 01:53pm by Guest
Everybody is talking about Chicago as Super Bowl favorites. Some people even talk about the Bears going 16-0. Is there anybody out there willing to stand astride the Chicago bandwagon, yelling "stop?" Guest columnist Douglas Walters volunteers, pointing out that the Bears are swimming upstream against the trends.
95 comments, Last at 29 Nov 2007, 8:55pm by footballprofessor
It's the biggest game in the history of college football! (Well, it's the biggest game since Ohio State-Texas in September and until Michigan-Ohio State in two weeks.) Russell and Vinny break down West Virginia-Louisville and say farewell to John L. Smith in this week's SDA (now complete).
298 comments, Last at 07 Nov 2006, 12:09am by Tom W
02 Nov 2006, 02:06pm by Alex Carnevale
Ocho Cinco makes his debut with more fanfare than production, some Joe Paterno quotes that had to be shared, and offensive players gear up for election season.
22 comments, Last at 04 Nov 2006, 7:44pm by RecoveringPackerFan
01 Nov 2006, 07:06pm by Bill Barnwell & Ian Dembsky
Guess who wasn't left limp on Monday morning? That's right -- Bill and Ian celebrate last week's 6-0 performance on Best Bets in this week's Scramble. Also, Ian wonders why teams embarass themselves on third and short, Bill pits trolls and skeletons against each other again, and Jason Beattie's latest prescient comic!
124 comments, Last at 09 Nov 2006, 2:48pm by Sid
01 Nov 2006, 11:41am by Michael David Smith
Ray Lewis still gets most of the attention, but does he deserve it? And how do his fellow linebackers fit into the Ravens' defense? We explore that and other questions in this week's installment of Every Play Counts.
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31 Oct 2006, 05:36pm by Aaron Schatz
This week: New England and Baltimore begin to close the gap between the Gang of Four and the rest of the league, the Seahawks fall into the loser's bracket, and bad days for Philadelphia and Pittsburgh can't make their past games disappear. Plus a note on suggestion ettiquette, and further exploration of fumble recoveries. Commentary now available on FOXSports.com.
240 comments, Last at 04 Nov 2006, 1:24am by Pat
31 Oct 2006, 01:30pm by Ned Macey
The Steelers are 2-5. They must be a terrible team. They lack heart, dedication, and tal ... Wait, what's that? They were the better team on Sunday? The Raiders actually have a good defense? The Steelers have suffered from bad luck beyond the injuries to Ben Roethlisberger? Could Pittsburgh actually be a good team? Ned Macey argues they are in his look at one of the weirder results of the season.
87 comments, Last at 15 Nov 2006, 1:09pm by Old Whippersnapper
30 Oct 2006, 10:13pm by Russell Levine
USC's loss to Oregon State Saturday was the upset that set the dominoes falling in college football, with fallout felt across the nation. So says Russell Levine in this week's edition of Confessions of a Football Junkie.
64 comments, Last at 02 Nov 2006, 3:54am by Vinny