Writers of Pro Football Prospectus 2008

10 Jan 2006, 10:51pm by Aaron Schatz

Playoff Power Rankings

For the first time, we're keeping track of DVOA into the playoffs as we continue to produce power rankings for FOXSports.com. Here's a look at 18 weeks worth of play-by-play, plus DVOA for each game in the first round of the playoffs and similarity scores for Eli Manning and Chris Simms. Further commentary is here at FOXSports.com.

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183 comments, Last at 18 Jan 2006, 2:24am by Christian X

10 Jan 2006, 01:12pm by Ned Macey

Any Given Sunday: Panthers over Giants

The up-and-down Panthers are featured in Any Given Sunday yet again. This time, they rode a strong -- and surprising -- performance by DeShaun Foster and controlled the clock against the struggling Giants. In case you were worried that the all was not right with the world, Eli Manning made several ill-advised passes to sink any chance of a Giants' comeback.

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51 comments, Last at 12 Jan 2006, 7:24pm by J.S.

10 Jan 2006, 12:27am by Russell Levine

Confessions of a Football Junkie: Bowl Winners and Losers

Russell takes a look back at the winners and losers from college football's bowl season, plus the John L. Smith Trophy and the season's final BlogPoll ballot.

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34 comments, Last at 10 Jan 2006, 8:24pm by Nate

09 Jan 2006, 09:47am by admin

Audibles at the Line: Wild Card Weekend

A look into the minds of the FO staff, with a few notes from our regular roundtable weekend e-mails.

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194 comments, Last at 12 Jan 2006, 11:52pm by Al 45

06 Jan 2006, 07:57pm by Aaron Schatz

AFC Wild Card Preview

Bitter AFC North rivals face off for a third time, and the defending champion New England Patriots bring out the magic beans against some team from Florida. Who are they again? Oh, yes, the Jaguars. With help from Michael David Smith’s tape analysis and our Football Outsiders statistics, Aaron previews the AFC wild card contests.

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82 comments, Last at 15 Jan 2006, 4:48am by Sid

06 Jan 2006, 05:32pm by Aaron Schatz

NFC Wild Card Preview

No more 8-8 teams for the NFC; this year, every team in the playoffs has at least 10 wins. Can the Giants overcome the injuries to their linebackers, or will the Panthers reward those who have supported them since the preseason? The Redskins are the hottest team in the NFC, but can they go on the road with an injured secondary to get revenge for their one-point loss against Tampa Bay? With help from Michael David Smith’s tape analysis and our Football Outsiders statistics, Aaron previews the NFC wild card contests.

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27 comments, Last at 14 Apr 2009, 1:44pm by Visitor

06 Jan 2006, 01:28pm by Mike Tanier

Too Deep Zone: The Big Jaworski

NFL Matchup is the pregame show for the discerning fan, and nobody explains the subtleties of football like Ron Jaworski. So how could Aaron and Mike refuse a chance to spend a full day studying film with Jaws himself? Sit in with us as we learn at the feet of The Dude in an extra deep edition of Too Deep Zone.

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74 comments, Last at 15 Feb 2011, 4:03pm by KADIN

05 Jan 2006, 09:50am by Michael David Smith

2005 Every Play Counts All-Pro Team

A year of scouring tape culminates with the Every Play Counts All-Pro Team, a collection of players -- many of whom were snubbed by the Pro Bowl -- who were the best at their positions this year.

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105 comments, Last at 06 Aug 2006, 3:44am by That Dude

04 Jan 2006, 06:11pm by Will Carroll

Black and Blue Wild Card Report

We're down to 12 teams, but that doesn't mean fewer injuries, because the injuries on those 12 teams become even more important. Will Carroll looks at the medical situation for the eight teams playing this weekend, plus Drew Brees and Cedric Benson.

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39 comments, Last at 07 Jan 2006, 4:34am by laura

04 Jan 2006, 02:17pm by admin

2006 Playoff Fantasy Draft

For the third straight year, the FO staff gets together to talk about the playoffs and put on our own playoff fantasy draft. Can the Giants go far in the playoffs? Will Chicago actually score any points? What is the "Patriots magic beans" theory? Of course, in a playoff fantasy draft, you want as many players from the top seeds as possible. Can we actually take three Seattle receivers? Yes, we can.

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90 comments, Last at 11 Jan 2006, 9:34pm by RLB