01 Dec 2005, 11:04am by Michael David Smith
Which players are responsible for the Bears' defense that has dominated the NFC? Michael David Smith looks at a few names you've heard and one you probably haven't in this week's installment of Every Play Counts.
34 comments, Last at 06 Dec 2005, 10:18pm by someone
30 Nov 2005, 03:52pm by Will Carroll
Corey Dillon, Byron Leftwich, and Brandon Jones all appear in this week's Black and Blue Report. So does Hunter Smith. Is Indy's punter injured? No, we're talking about Indy's oft-ignored -- and very successful -- head athletic trainer.
12 comments, Last at 01 Dec 2005, 12:34am by NYCowboy
30 Nov 2005, 01:01pm by scramble
Whatchu Gonna Do When Al and Vivek's Playoff Predictions Run Wild on You? Our self-proclaimed tag team champions break down the chances for all the playoff contenders and make some predictions that range from the bold to the outrageous. Also inside: the 1972 Dolphins star in the latest Jason Beattie cartoon, "Indianapolis Intrigue."
97 comments, Last at 06 Dec 2005, 3:20am by CaffeineMan
29 Nov 2005, 05:54pm by Aaron Schatz
After two weeks in schedule adjustment purgatory, the Indianapolis Colts return to the top of this week's DVOA ratings, both in the season-long numbers and in the weighted numbers used for the FOXSports.com power rankings. Commentary for the math-o-phobic can be found on FOXSports.com, with numbers and discussion here.
253 comments, Last at 06 Dec 2005, 1:23am by Dr. Evil
29 Nov 2005, 02:34pm by Ned Macey
Remember when the addition of Randy Moss was going to make the Raiders one of the most feared offenses in football? Remember when somebody thought it was a good idea to sign Gus Frerotte to be their starting quarterback? Ned Macey finds an Oakland offense playing below expectations and a Miami team that may be one player away from being competitive.
37 comments, Last at 02 Dec 2005, 5:52pm by Ryan Carney
28 Nov 2005, 11:07pm by Russell Levine
The creation of the 12-team superconferences, with their divisional formats and conference championship games, was supposed to transform college football. But one look at this Saturday's schedule, with ho-hum title games in the ACC and Big 12, makes one wonder whether the desired effect is being achieved. Plus, the weekly John L. Smith Trophy and the updated BlogPoll ballot.
35 comments, Last at 01 Dec 2005, 5:24pm by Richie
28 Nov 2005, 11:07am by admin
A look into the minds of the FO staff, with a few notes from our regular roundtable Sunday e-mails.
69 comments, Last at 01 Dec 2005, 8:30pm by Sid
25 Nov 2005, 06:17pm by admin
This week in the mailbag: How good are the Bears? Were there any pre-season indicators that the Eagles would collapse? Do we count game-winning field goals in Drive Success Rate? Does the "draw the defense offsides on fourth-and-short" strategy ever work? Plus, a question about consistency in Indianapolis leads to the first 2005 appearance of that FO favorite, the week-to-week DVOA graph.
40 comments, Last at 30 Nov 2005, 11:57am by doyle
25 Nov 2005, 12:57pm by Mike Tanier
Shutouts aren't like regular wins and losses: the victor gains a confidence boost, while the loser is sent reeling. Or so you'd think. On the heels of a two-shutout Sunday, Mike Tanier looks back at six years of shutouts and learns that teams can bounce back from even the most embarrassing routs.
9 comments, Last at 27 Nov 2005, 12:44pm by Ryan Mc
Vin and Russell offer some college picks for the holiday weekend, incluing grudge matches in Florida, Arizona, and Georgia. Plus, is there a rivalry game with a cooler name than the "Egg Bowl?" Happy Thanksgiving, everyone!
42 comments, Last at 02 Dec 2005, 12:27am by young curmudgeon