13 Dec 2006, 12:49pm by Michael David Smith
The head coach is a Hall of Famer. So is the position coach. So why is Oakland's offensive line perhaps the worst unit of any kind on any team in the NFL -- and which players are worth salvaging?
50 comments, Last at 17 Dec 2006, 2:31am by Ray J
12 Dec 2006, 07:41pm by Aaron Schatz
By this point, the weighted DVOA ratings we use over at FOX are starting to look a bit different from the year-long totals. Chicago is on top of both, with San Diego and Baltimore right behind, and New Orleans finally moves into the weighted top ten. Commentary now available at FOXSports.com.
254 comments, Last at 18 Dec 2006, 10:55pm by Jason
12 Dec 2006, 05:47pm by Ned Macey
Yeremiah may love to drink his wine, but he also likes to shut down the opposition's pass offense. Tom Brady appears to be enjoying the wine too much the night before games when he plays Miami. The Patriots offensive line has a general hangover since their bye. Joey Harrington is drinking some magic concoction that has him resembling a quality quarterback.
58 comments, Last at 26 Dec 2006, 6:37pm by fluoxetine
11 Dec 2006, 09:56pm by Russell Levine
Now that all the individual postseason hardware has been handed out and the focus has shifted to the silly season for coaching hires (has Alabama's athletic director Mal Moore found anyone to take his wheelbarrow full of cash yet?), there are still things about the college football season just past that are worth reviewing.
44 comments, Last at 14 Dec 2006, 12:30am by Brian
11 Dec 2006, 11:21am by admin
This week, everything collapses: the Indianapolis run defense, the New England offensive line, Shaun Alexander's record, the Denver Broncos, the Labour party of the mid-90's, and the Legend of Tony Romo. Plus: My name is Prince, and I am funky.
146 comments, Last at 15 Dec 2006, 5:42pm by Pat
09 Dec 2006, 02:06pm by admin
FO's Mike Tanier and Aaron Schatz return to NFL Films for another lesson from the master, Ron Jaworski. Learn what coaches' film shows about the Giants defense, Tony Romo, and Rex Grossman. Plus: the NFL Matchup staff answers some reader questions, and Football Outsiders makes its press box debut at Lincoln Financial Field.
76 comments, Last at 17 Dec 2006, 8:38pm by richabbs
09 Dec 2006, 01:00pm by Aaron Schatz
Two division leaders meet up in Dallas, but only one of these teams has balanced talent. Meanwhile, Denver's recent struggles began with their first game against San Diego. Can they use the second game to end those same struggles?
27 comments, Last at 11 Dec 2006, 6:34am by Rick
08 Dec 2006, 12:43pm by Mike Tanier
It's Week 14. Do you know where your offensive line is? Mike Tanier tracks the changes each NFL team has made this season on the offensive line and discovers which teams have enjoyed the most stability up front.
43 comments, Last at 11 Dec 2006, 10:18am by Justanothersteve
07 Dec 2006, 06:42pm by Alex Carnevale
We just can't get enough Herm Edwards at The Week in Quotes. It's just too bad he's going to destroy Larry Johnson's career while he's being so quotable. Also: fantasy football is popular, but sideline reporters are not.
34 comments, Last at 10 Dec 2006, 2:27am by hector
07 Dec 2006, 12:15am by Bill Barnwell & Ian Dembsky
Overs? Unders? Good teams? Bad teams? It's all the same in the NFL. Rob Bironas can go from being a Loser League favorite to kicking 60-yard game-winning field goals, and Bill's betting record isn't happy. Ian revisits the Over/Under bets for this season, and that doesn't make Bill or Ian very happy. Jason Beattie draws a comic, and that doesn't make Matt Millen very happy.
91 comments, Last at 10 Dec 2006, 9:46pm by Sid