30 May 2006, 10:27pm by Ned Macey
Mario, I just met an end named Mario, and suddenly that name will never be the same to me. Sean McCormick attacks the AFC South with Best Player Available analysis -- hint, this guy Reggie Bush was still on the board for Houston -- while Ned Macey brings you the rest of the news including a similarity scores table for Jimmy Smith which was supposed to go in PFP 2006. We spent a lot of time on it so it has to go somewhere.
147 comments, Last at 13 Oct 2006, 6:30pm by Gerry
26 May 2006, 02:18pm by admin
Were the 2005 49ers the worst team ever? Does Ken Anderson belong in the Hall of Fame? How good is the San Diego offensive line? These questions and the revenge of the Browncos in the long-delayed return of the Football Outsiders mailbag.
78 comments, Last at 12 Jun 2006, 8:57am by Scott de B.
19 May 2006, 10:17pm by Mike Tanier
Hi. Remember us? We're back from insane book deadline week and happy to bring you the second edition of Best Player Available analysis from Sean McCormick, plus the usual AFC West goofiness from Mike Tanier. Who's ready for some Chargers parking news?
81 comments, Last at 05 Jul 2006, 1:13pm by San Diego Ken
12 May 2006, 12:54pm by Mike Tanier
In our new feature exploring weird stats of NFL history, Mike Tanier explains that it takes more than a bad offensive line to give up 104 sacks in a season. For the 1986 Eagles, it took a cocky coach, three shell-shocked passers, lots of rookie blockers, and a failed experiment in quarterback rotation.
104 comments, Last at 09 Jun 2006, 3:17pm by Justin Zeth
08 May 2006, 04:19pm by Doug Farrar
For the next round of Four Downs, we're pleased to present Sean McCormick's "Best Player Available" analysis for each division, along with the usual gang commenting on other moves by each team before and since the draft. Up first: The NFC West, where Arizona focuses on the best player available, Seattle drafts for need, and San Francisco casts a wide net in search of receivers.
117 comments, Last at 07 Jul 2006, 4:21pm by FAN
04 May 2006, 10:02am by Bill Barnwell
Matt Leinart: Great draft pick, or the greatest draft pick? Haloti Ngata: secret to a Ray Lewis resurgence, or just another fat guy? And is it better to judge a draft based on the talent selected, or based on who returns your phone calls? Bill Barnwell sits in as we bring you the third edition of that FO tradition, our report card grading NFL draft report cards.
149 comments, Last at 15 May 2006, 11:15pm by Bjorn
29 Apr 2006, 07:04pm by admin
This is an open thread to review the first day of the 2006 NFL Draft, and also discuss the second day as it happens. It's also a place to talk about the round-by-round recaps written by the FO staff at FOXSports.com.
255 comments, Last at 13 Jul 2006, 3:33am by Sportsbook
28 Apr 2006, 06:02pm by admin
Here is the open thread to discuss the first day of this year's NFL Draft as it happens. And by this year's draft, we mean possibly the most interesting NFL Draft in history thanks to the Houston Texans and their bizarre decision to pass on Reggie Bush (and D'Brickashaw Ferguson) and sign Mario Williams instead.
730 comments, Last at 01 May 2006, 10:34pm by Sid
24 Apr 2006, 04:43pm by Guest
Take the best player available, some say. Draft for need, some say. Guest columnist Tim Murray says that based on the composition of NFL rosters, draft players at different positions differently.
136 comments, Last at 04 May 2012, 4:15pm by rajwoodson
21 Apr 2006, 10:50am by Guest
Next weekend, while Reggie Bush and Matt Leinart are being feted in New York City, their baseball equivalents will be quietly going about their business in Wichita and Salt Lake City. Jim Baker from Baseball Prospectus takes a look at which award produces better pros: the Heisman or the Golden Spikes. Test yourself before you read: Can you guess the only school to produce both award winners in the same year, or the only award winners from the same year who currently play in the same city?
43 comments, Last at 25 Apr 2006, 9:19am by Trogdor