14 Sep 2005, 10:29pm by scramble
Al and Vivek review the all the action from opening weekend, offer the usual assortment of fantasy advice, and answer the question "Who the hell is Frisman Jackson?" in the latest edition of Scramble for the Ball. Plus, Best Bets, a Loser League update, and the latest "Gil Thorp" cartoon from Jason Beattie.
81 comments, Last at 10 Sep 2010, 3:06am by uggs outlet
14 Sep 2005, 06:46pm by Will Carroll
These are the ones that really kill your fantasy team, eh. Will Carroll is back from Canada to wrap up the weekend's injuries, season-ending and otherwise.
39 comments, Last at 18 Sep 2005, 12:01pm by Moon Hippo
14 Sep 2005, 12:47am by Michael David Smith
In the inaugural Every Play Counts of the 2005 season, Michael David Smith revisits the heavyweight bout he looked at last season. It's a knockout.
83 comments, Last at 09 Jan 2007, 2:34pm by Troy Miller
13 Sep 2005, 04:15pm by Ned Macey
The Saints win over the Panthers was great for the city of New Orleans, but was it really just because the Saints were playing with emotion? Didn't the Saints just beat Carolina with a playoff bid on the line in the last week of the 2004 season? Ned Macey takes a look behind the easy storyline to see what is actually happening on the field. He finds a player with a propensity to turn the ball over, and a player who can be compared to Tom Brady. You may be surprised which quarterback is which.
23 comments, Last at 16 Sep 2005, 7:01am by Anthony Brancato
13 Sep 2005, 01:52pm by Aaron Schatz
Whatever happened to Snap Judgment, when will there be a DVOA projections mailbag, and the answers to other questions you might have about FO in the new season.
12 Sep 2005, 11:55pm by Russell Levine
Russell checks in with a road-trip wrapup from his Michigan trip for the Notre Dame game. In what is surely a sign of aging, he's not all that upset. Really. Maybe the Buccaneers' Sunday effort has something to do with that.
14 comments, Last at 17 Sep 2005, 12:34am by hank
10 Sep 2005, 04:55pm by Guest
The Denver pass defense in general, and Champ Bailey in particular, have taken heat from critics ever since the ignominious end to their season. Guest columnist Sean McCormick takes an in-depth look at both using just about every statistical tool in the book(s).
67 comments, Last at 22 Jul 2007, 10:45pm by Chris L
09 Sep 2005, 12:06pm by Mike Tanier
What good is a hard drive full of stats, a pile of preseason annuals, and weeks of research if you can't even pick division winners correctly? Mike Tanier searches for a system to out-pick the experts and learns a hard lesson about the folly of preseason prognostication in the first edition of his new weekly feature, the Too Deep Zone.
67 comments, Last at 02 Oct 2005, 6:57pm by Bryan
08 Sep 2005, 02:56pm by admin
Every season in the NFL, teams come from nowhere to make the playoffs and other teams collapse just as suddenly. And yet everyone who writes about football makes predictions before the season even though there is almost zero chance of picking the correct Super Bowl teams. Who are we to resist such peer pressure? Each member of the Football Outsiders staff picks 12 playoff teams, a Super Bowl matchup, and a few other surprises for 2005. The end result is a consensus Super Bowl pick that, oddly, matches conventional wisdom.
88 comments, Last at 15 Sep 2005, 9:05pm by thad
On the eve of their road trip to Ann Arbor for the Notre Dame-Michigan game, Vinny and Russell offer their thoughts on that contest as well as the other big college games of the weekend (Texas at Ohio State; LSU at Arizona State) as well as some others you might not have thought of. Plus, use this as the open thread to discuss college football all weekend.
72 comments, Last at 13 Sep 2005, 10:58am by DaveW