18 Dec 2006, 12:11pm by admin
This week: Russell Levine and Will Carroll ponder the NFL's first-ever four-man, three-voice broadcasting booth. MDS asks where David Carr stands on the list of top draft busts. Bill Barnwell and Mike Tanier have a Giants-Eagles pessimism-off. Plus: All Vince Young does is win, and all David Garrard does is win, but only one can win in the battle of guys who do nothing but win.
180 comments, Last at 25 Dec 2006, 10:18pm by Jivas
16 Dec 2006, 02:24pm by Aaron Schatz
Run run run run, do do run run. Run run run run, do do run run. Run run run run, do do run run. (And occasionally, passes to the two best tight ends in the league.)
9 comments, Last at 18 Dec 2006, 12:34pm by B
15 Dec 2006, 01:49pm by Mike Tanier
Independent filmmaker Tim Carr plans to bring the story of one of the NFL's biggest busts to the silver screen in Leaf: an Almost True Story. Find out what it takes to turn one of the most reviled sports figures in recent history into the sympathetic lead character in an unconventional cautionary tale. (And no, this isn't one of Tanier's gags. It's a real movie.)
62 comments, Last at 25 Apr 2008, 4:46pm by sam
14 Dec 2006, 06:55pm by Guest
Once again, we give our game charters a chance to share their thoughts after watching every game of the season on tape. Read on for some scouting insights on Seattle, San Diego, Baltimore, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, and Dallas.
38 comments, Last at 18 Dec 2006, 1:45pm by zlionsfan
14 Dec 2006, 02:14pm by Alex Carnevale
The three best running backs in the NFL: LaDainian Tomlinson, Larry Johnson, and whoever is playing the Colts this week. We also cover the continuing battle over the NFL Network and give you your USDA recommended daily allowance of Herman Edwards, all in The Week in Quotes.
38 comments, Last at 05 Aug 2007, 12:14pm by T.Johnson
13 Dec 2006, 06:59pm by Bill Barnwell & Ian Dembsky
Scramble's saying all the things we know you like, making good conversation. This week, we'll take you to an intimate discussion of fantasy football trading, then to a suggestive Best Bets section. If you've been patient and good, you'll get to see the worst Losers of the week, and yes, you've brought out the animal in Jason Beattie, who has a new comic. This metaphor makes extraordinary rendition look ordinary.
127 comments, Last at 21 Dec 2006, 2:43am by Sid
13 Dec 2006, 12:49pm by Michael David Smith
The head coach is a Hall of Famer. So is the position coach. So why is Oakland's offensive line perhaps the worst unit of any kind on any team in the NFL -- and which players are worth salvaging?
50 comments, Last at 17 Dec 2006, 2:31am by Ray J
12 Dec 2006, 07:41pm by Aaron Schatz
By this point, the weighted DVOA ratings we use over at FOX are starting to look a bit different from the year-long totals. Chicago is on top of both, with San Diego and Baltimore right behind, and New Orleans finally moves into the weighted top ten. Commentary now available at FOXSports.com.
254 comments, Last at 18 Dec 2006, 10:55pm by Jason
12 Dec 2006, 05:47pm by Ned Macey
Yeremiah may love to drink his wine, but he also likes to shut down the opposition's pass offense. Tom Brady appears to be enjoying the wine too much the night before games when he plays Miami. The Patriots offensive line has a general hangover since their bye. Joey Harrington is drinking some magic concoction that has him resembling a quality quarterback.
58 comments, Last at 26 Dec 2006, 6:37pm by fluoxetine
11 Dec 2006, 09:56pm by Russell Levine
Now that all the individual postseason hardware has been handed out and the focus has shifted to the silly season for coaching hires (has Alabama's athletic director Mal Moore found anyone to take his wheelbarrow full of cash yet?), there are still things about the college football season just past that are worth reviewing.
44 comments, Last at 14 Dec 2006, 12:30am by Brian