24 Sep 2005, 01:36pm by Aaron Schatz
I was dreaming when I wrote this, so sue me if it goes astray. But when I woke up this morning, I realized this piece was really late. The sky was full of footballs, Marshall Faulk was running everywhere. Since the Titans play the Rams this week, I know you might really care. Two thousand-zero-zero? Party's over, now it's 2005. But tonight we've got DVOA from 1999. (cue guitar solo)
23 comments, Last at 26 Sep 2005, 9:56pm by Ryan Carney
23 Sep 2005, 02:21pm by Mike Tanier
Chris Carr, Jordan Carstens, and Mike Labinjo aren't household names, but they've become part of the story of the 2005 season. Mike Tanier tells how a bunch of undrafted rookies and practice squad fillers earned a sliver of the NFL limelight.
26 comments, Last at 29 Sep 2005, 2:55am by Trogdor
Everything is right with the world -- Vinny and Russell are both comfortably back under .500 for the season. This week they take their discerning football acumen and ascerbic wit to the biggest conference games of the weekend, mostly in the 10's, both Big and PAC. Plus they look at the Conference USA barnburner between Tulsa and Memphis, and perform some sophisticated sideline accoutrement analysis.
59 comments, Last at 26 Sep 2005, 7:30pm by Carl
21 Sep 2005, 02:48pm by scramble
Oh, no. Al Bogdan believes in the Giants again. Vivek, well, not so much. Plus, frustration with Jamal Lewis, Best Bets, and the latest Jason Beattie cartoon. As always, this is the thread for all your fantasy football discussion.
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21 Sep 2005, 12:15pm by Will Carroll
Is an injured Byron Leftwich better than a healthy David Garrard? How on earth can a player take the field a week after thumb surgery? And wait ... Is that Matt Schaub's music? Will Carroll tackles those questions and more in the latest Black and Blue Report.
79 comments, Last at 01 Mar 2013, 7:58am by Crystle
20 Sep 2005, 07:24pm by Michael David Smith
In what has to have been the most painful thing he has ever written, Michael David Smith defends Brian Urlacher against the charge of "overrated," based on his performance against Mike's beloved Lions.
44 comments, Last at 04 Oct 2005, 4:41am by dead meadow
20 Sep 2005, 01:03pm by Ned Macey
One week after falling at home to the Saints, the Panthers win in a sloppy game over the Patriots. One loss should be no big deal, but what is wrong with Corey Dillon and how much can his struggles affect Tom Brady? The Panthers defense is improved by the law of averages, and they win the game thanks to their ability to score touchdowns instead of field goals.
43 comments, Last at 23 Sep 2005, 8:23pm by Wilbur
19 Sep 2005, 10:20pm by Russell Levine
Wasn't it just a week ago that Russell was promising not to get too wrapped up in the season of his favorite NFL team, the Buccaneers? Well that's all out the window after a second straight impressive win. Plus, some griping about NFL announcers, an important development in the Levine household, and the updated BlogPoll ballot.
70 comments, Last at 22 Sep 2006, 5:37am by jeff
16 Sep 2005, 09:23am by Mike Tanier
As they are inducted into the Cowboys Ring of Honor, Mike Tanier remembers The Triplets the way only a lifelong Eagles fan can: as an unholy trinity of killjoys who dashed his favorite team's hopes at every opportunity.
106 comments, Last at 23 Sep 2005, 2:42pm by Carl
Our college prognosticators (and we do use that term loosely) are back with a rundown of this weekend's biggest games, and an answer to the question, do the Lobos and Aggies play for the Loogie Trophy? Plus, use this as the open thread to discuss college football all weekend long.
68 comments, Last at 21 Sep 2005, 12:49pm by B