02 Oct 2008, 02:12pm by Mike Tanier
Fortunately, Mike's brain isn't on fire, so he can examine pass-happy teams that may have to simplify their schemes. Plus, who is Vincaris Youngleinson?
25 comments, Last at 05 Oct 2008, 3:53pm by Sergio
01 Oct 2008, 09:11am by Doug Farrar
This week's Cover-3 is all about second acts. Jason Campbell wants to prove that he's an elite quarterback, DeAngelo Hall wants to prove that he's worth crazy Al Davis money, and Albert Haynesworth wants to prove that there's a method to his madness. Two out of three ain't bad...
25 comments, Last at 03 Oct 2008, 11:38am by dryheat
01 Oct 2008, 05:42am by Vince Verhei and Ben Riley
Sayonara, Scott. See ya later, Lane. With Linehan out in St. Louis and Kiffin out in Oakland, the Scramble crew places odds on the next coach who will need to update his resume. Plus a tie for KCW, Loser League update, and Jason Beattie reveals hidden footage of Al Davis' lair.
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01 Oct 2008, 01:54am by Brian Fremeau
Is Virginia Tech really good or have they just played a good slate of opponents? Plus, Brian Fremeau discusses both the defensive and offensive advantages of pinning an opponent deep.
7 comments, Last at 02 Oct 2008, 1:14pm by MSC
30 Sep 2008, 04:15pm by Will Carroll
Injury expert Will Carroll is back with updates on the conditions of Carson Palmer, LaDainian Tomlinson, Aaron Rodgers and others.
11 comments, Last at 02 Oct 2008, 8:23am by billsfan
29 Sep 2008, 04:32pm by Aaron Schatz
It's the NFC East's world, and we're all just living in it. The league's toughest division puts four teams in the top eight this week, including the second-best 2-2 team in DVOA history.
80 comments, Last at 06 Oct 2008, 4:56pm by Anonymous
29 Sep 2008, 07:42am by Russell Levine
It's 2007 all over again as carnage reigns in college football, with three of the top four losing. Russell sorts through the wreckage, plus his updated BlogPoll ballot and the latest JLS Trophy.
12 comments, Last at 01 Oct 2008, 8:12am by footballprofessor
28 Sep 2008, 07:38pm by Doug Farrar
The FO staff explains how Washington beat Dallas despite poor game plans by both teams, tries to figure out whether Arizona's pass coverage was uglier than the Jets' throwback unis, and argues about Bruce Springsteen. Plus: What happened to Andre Johnson?
109 comments, Last at 03 Oct 2008, 5:51pm by Boston Dan
26 Sep 2008, 02:50pm by Mark Zajack
This Week In Quotes sees Herm and Larry Johnson serve as polar opposites. If only they could drink on the job.
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26 Sep 2008, 07:07am by Bill Connelly
The spread of talent in college football is so large that sometimes it's hard to glean too much from the stats. In his latest Varsity Numbers installment, Bill Connelly explores the "+" concept, an attempt to even the playing field and account for strength of schedule.
9 comments, Last at 30 Sep 2008, 1:05am by swc