06 Nov 2005, 12:13am by Guest
The volunteers from the FO game charting project have their say about what they've seen in this year's games. It's a companion piece to Every Team Counts, particularly if you are interested in the Lions, Giants, Dolphins, Eagles, or Bears (although there are notes on other teams as well).
19 comments, Last at 18 Nov 2005, 6:23am by Vince
04 Nov 2005, 05:54pm by admin
This week's game previews from the New York Sun are a pair of NFC divisional contests, Carolina at Tampa Bay and Philadelphia at Washington. Plus, a bonus article by Michael David Smith on the Kansas City Chiefs' running back controversy.
22 comments, Last at 12 Nov 2005, 10:09pm by Jerry
04 Nov 2005, 09:51am by Mike Tanier
Statistics don't measure everything. Take "swagger," that mysterious, manly saunter that separates winners from losers in professional sports. Mike Tanier tackles the tough swagger questions, scouring game film and historical archives to learn more about how to walk like a champion.
49 comments, Last at 20 Mar 2013, 2:53am by night club marrakech
Is it possible to watch Virginia Tech play Miami without trying to adjust the color on your television set? Is anybody paying attention to Colorado or Oregon? And who will win the game of the year in the Big Ten: Penn State or Wisconsin? (Excuse me, did I read that right?) Go all around the world of college football with the cast of Seventh Day Adventure.
172 comments, Last at 09 Nov 2005, 3:07pm by Vinny
03 Nov 2005, 09:14am by Michael David Smith
Taking a break from writing about one specific aspect of one team, Michael David Smith empties his notebook with observations of all 32 teams in this season's installment of Every Team Counts.
59 comments, Last at 08 Dec 2005, 11:58pm by e
02 Nov 2005, 05:27pm by scramble
For those of you who remember the days of Scramble with Ian and Al, well, here's Scramble with Ian and Vivek. Ian laments the Bucs while Vivek enjoys the Giants. Plus some bonus Best Bets, and in the latest Jason Beattie cartoon, discover the secret of the Houston Texans.
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02 Nov 2005, 01:52pm by Will Carroll
This week, knees come in good (Anquan Boldin), bad (Mark Bradley), and ugly (Daunte Culpepper). Jevon Kearse and Derrick Brooks hope that injuries won't affect their games. And when will Andre Johnson get back on the field? The Black and Blue Report's got more joints than a party at Onterrio Smith's house.
30 comments, Last at 04 Nov 2005, 10:32pm by Will Allen
01 Nov 2005, 05:14pm by Aaron Schatz
Sound the trumpets across the Rocky Mountains: Denver has moved into the top ten in DVOA. (Also, sound the car horns across Manhattan, because the Giants are number three.) Plus a mea culpa for our Atlanta projection and some back-patting for our Green Bay projection in the infamous commentary for the math-o-phobic, now posted here on FOXSports.com.
187 comments, Last at 18 Oct 2006, 5:10pm by Jerry
01 Nov 2005, 02:46pm by Ned Macey
Jacksonville likes close games, but when you always play close games, you can lose. Clutch performance is a cruel mistress. After Sunday's game, the Jaguars have a decision to make about who to play at receiver. The Rams have a bye to get healthy, and is it possible that they just won a game because of a special teams play?
19 comments, Last at 07 Nov 2005, 1:13pm by NELPHONIOUS OF pENNEFIELDE
31 Oct 2005, 08:31pm by Russell Levine
Who needs the NFL in a city replete with undefeated college teams? Clearly not Snoop Dogg. Russell breaks down the similarities between these two offensive powerhouses. Plus he looks at college uniforms harder and ranks Notre Dame higher than anybody else does.
53 comments, Last at 02 Nov 2005, 9:40pm by Pat