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.
36 comments, Last at 07 Feb 2008, 7:55pm by george
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.
93 comments, Last at 26 Jan 2008, 1:33pm by Wowsas
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
18 Jan 2008, 06:08pm by Aaron Schatz
How did the Giants become the hottest team in the NFL? Could it really be as simple as "Eli Manning is playing better?" Why yes, it really is that simple. Is that better version of Eli Manning good enough to keep Brett Favre from his third NFC title? That may depend more on the Giants secondary.
45 comments, Last at 21 Jan 2008, 11:44am by Gerry
18 Jan 2008, 02:44pm by Aaron Schatz
New England continues its march to 19-0 and history. Can the hobbled Chargers possibly stand in their way? If they want the answer to be "yes," they'll need more consistency from the running game, most creativity in their blitz packages, and better play in the middle of the secondary.
79 comments, Last at 21 Jan 2008, 11:46am by Herm?
18 Jan 2008, 11:13am by Mike Tanier
Jason Garrett plays chess with death (or the Giants defense at least), Mike McCarthy bones up for the cold weather, the Jaguars' tealprint isn't precisely a blueprint, Wisconsin television stations try to deny Eli's Seinfeld fix, and Mike Tanier's kid searches in vain for a five-year-old version of Hines Ward. If Too Deep Zone sounds a little brain-sprained, it's because football, unlike chess, is really complicated.
42 comments, Last at 20 Jan 2008, 10:57pm by JoRo
17 Jan 2008, 01:10pm by Ben Riley
This week, T.O. sheds some crocodile tears for his quarterback, Norv Turner tells his quarterback to stop fraternizing with the drunkards, and Norm Chow blames his firing on ... his quarterback. No Herm, but we've got John Mayer!
63 comments, Last at 21 Jan 2008, 5:22pm by Herm?
16 Jan 2008, 03:55pm by Bill Barnwell
Scramble returns with a look at the All-Keep Choppin' Wood team for the 2007 season. Which actual NFL Pro Bowler made the team, and what Game Charting hero will he play alongside? Plus ... Manwich.
73 comments, Last at 21 Jun 2008, 3:42am by Ixtapaaaaa
16 Jan 2008, 12:04pm by Michael David Smith
The Seahawks finished the regular season with the league's fifth best rush defense, according to DVOA, but they were powerless to stop Ryan Grant of the Green Bay Packers last Saturday. How did Grant overcome the invaders from Seattle? With superior manpower and a serving of old-school football.
44 comments, Last at 17 Jan 2008, 5:42pm by Xian
15 Jan 2008, 06:06pm by Aaron Schatz
Does the Giants appearance in the NFC Championship game prove their mediocre regular-season DVOA was an error? No. Have we ever seen a team turn things around in the playoffs like this? Yes. Plus: The Patriots re-establish their dominance over the rest of the NFL.
111 comments, Last at 18 Jan 2008, 2:26am by terry