01 Feb 2008, 02:34am by Aaron Schatz
We know the Giants have improved over their last four games, but what has specifically changed? Is it enough to pull the greatest upset in NFL history? What can the Patriots do to make sure that doesn't happen? Here's the Football Outsiders preview of Super Bowl XLII, overflowing with numbers and stats.
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31 Jan 2008, 12:33pm by Vincent Verhei
As we head into Super Bowl Sunday, TWIQ celebrates the ridiculous event known as Media Day. Predictions! Proposals! Dentistry! Deion! And a cameo appearance by Jon Stewart!
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30 Jan 2008, 12:25pm by Bill Barnwell
It's back! And somehow, it's five! Our yearly look at prop bets makes it to Kindergarten with junior Outsiders Bill Barnwell and David Lewin prognosticating on 60 different Super Bowl prop bets.
47 comments, Last at 05 Feb 2008, 2:40am by Sid
29 Jan 2008, 02:55pm by Mike Tanier
The Too Deep Zone season ends as it began: with an analysis of Eli Manning. Eli has grown up in recent weeks, but tape study shows that when it comes to the Giants passing game, simplicity is bliss. Plus, a breakdown of the Patriots run defense and a quibble with a Sporting News play diagram.
26 comments, Last at 05 Feb 2008, 8:34am by CV
28 Jan 2008, 01:49pm by Bill Moore
Bill Moore looks ahead to the Super Bowl by looking back at the Week 17 matchup between the Giants and Patriots. How did the Giants build a big lead? How did the Patriots surge ahead? Which team can learn the most from the prior experience?
67 comments, Last at 31 Jan 2008, 6:50pm by BDC
24 Jan 2008, 10:59am by Ben Riley
This week, Nick Hardwick and Richard Seymour quarrel like a couple of [witches], Tiki Barber praises the Giants through clenched teeth, and Emmitt Smith invents a step between the NFC Championship and the Super Bowl. Plus: Girls in bikinis!
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23 Jan 2008, 04:32pm by Aaron Schatz
Here's a look at DVOA ratings for the conference championships. How historic is New York's four-game streak of great games? And by how much have the Giants outplayed the Patriots over the same stretch? (Hint: Actually, they haven't.)
153 comments, Last at 07 Feb 2008, 1:41am by Rick
23 Jan 2008, 01:57pm by Bill Barnwell
It's the little battles that could add up to death for the Patriots or the Giants come next Sunday. Bill Barnwell takes a look at some of the individual one-on-one's that will determine things in Arizona. Well, unless Bea Arthur shows up.
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22 Jan 2008, 11:59am by Michael David Smith
Was the success of New England's running game this season just a product of their record-setting passing attack? In the AFC Championship, we learned the answer is pretty clearly no.
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21 Jan 2008, 11:57am by Doug Farrar
Tom Brady had his worst game of the season, but it didn't matter, because of three crucial New England defensive stops. Brett Favre had the Lambeau advantage and everybody's good will, but it didn't matter, because a few late errant throws put the Packers in a deep freeze.
400 comments, Last at 04 Feb 2008, 5:09am by James