21 Dec 2007, 01:53pm by Guest
Had enough of the Pats, Colts, and Cowboys this year? Join us for our special No-Winning-Teams edition of Game Charters Speak! We look at six teams with a combined record of 30-54, trying to figure out what went wrong in 2007 and how they can right the ship in 2008.
23 comments, Last at 25 Dec 2007, 6:27pm by Kent
20 Dec 2007, 04:15pm by Brian Fremeau and Russell Levine
Bowl season is upon us! FO's college football experts, Russell Levine and Brian Fremeau, break down the undercard, the pre-New Year's weekend bowl games that kick off with tonight's San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl contest between the Utes and the Midshipmen. This discussion thread is where you can talk about all those games as they happen.
42 comments, Last at 31 Dec 2007, 2:13am by lionsbob
20 Dec 2007, 12:12pm by Ben Riley
This week, Big Tuna decides the Falcons need even more public humiliation, a Fox sideline reporter actually generates actual news (and is immediately accused of lying), and Terrell Owens suggests his quarterback is a little, um, unfocused. Plus: Bryant Gumbel proves he'd be much better doing the play-by-play for the Presidential debates.
85 comments, Last at 23 Dec 2007, 2:40am by Tri Shanku
19 Dec 2007, 03:38pm by Bill Barnwell
Scramble can't do the Jerry Lewis, but it can apparently predict whether Brian Westbrook can stop at the one. Bill Barnwell revisits a column from last season and gives credit to the Loser League performance of the year, while Jason Beattie tries to solve the problem of Tony Romo's love life.
53 comments, Last at 21 Dec 2007, 1:55pm by BucsD
19 Dec 2007, 12:29pm by Michael David Smith
All of a sudden, the Houston Texans aren't looking stupid for picking Mario Williams first overall. What kind of player is he becoming? And why would he be even better without Bill Carollo involved? Find out in this week's Every Play Counts.
51 comments, Last at 24 Dec 2007, 3:05pm by Chris
18 Dec 2007, 05:26pm by Aaron Schatz
The Patriots join the long history of great teams whose DVOA rating dropped after Week 15. The Steelers and Jaguars are going in opposite directions. And seriously, why is Cincinnati's DVOA so darn high this year?
116 comments, Last at 21 Dec 2007, 6:07pm by B
18 Dec 2007, 11:49am by Ned Macey
The Eagles finally win a close one over the no-longer-dominant Cowboys. An injured quarterback is forcing throws to his closely-covered primary receiver, so why consider the running game with one of the game's top backs? For the Eagles, Donovan McNabb is starting to regain his elusiveness, which could open up the offense.
58 comments, Last at 20 Dec 2007, 7:24pm by MdM
17 Dec 2007, 01:56pm by Doug Farrar
The Spygate revenge game wasn't what we thought it was, Tampa Bay makes history, Atari Bigby gets lucky, the Seahawks mistake a road game for a bye, Bryant Gumbel makes stuff up, and the Atlanta Falcons go Full Kotite. Also, congratulations to the Miami Dolphins for getting off the schneid!
197 comments, Last at 25 Dec 2007, 9:32am by Eric P
17 Dec 2007, 01:34pm by Doug Farrar
In this special segment of Audibles, the FO staff discusses the hire of Rich Rodriguez at the University of Michigan.
41 comments, Last at 20 Dec 2007, 8:59pm by young curmudgeon
14 Dec 2007, 03:16pm by Mike Tanier
Saints coach Sean Payton likes to baffle opponents with dozens of formations, including straight-from-the-sandlot stack alignments. Colts coordinator Tom Moore uses no-frills formations but gets creative when designing route combinations. The Saints and Colts offenses look different, but Mike Tanier learns this week that the differences are only skin deep.
29 comments, Last at 17 Dec 2007, 8:55pm by Methodologically Flawed