23 Nov 2007, 05:49pm by Stuart Fraser
We frequently talk about how the difficulty of a team's schedule affects their statistical achievement, but what about the individual players? Join Stuart Fraser as he searches for the most extreme opponent adjustments of the DPAR era and discovers that 2000 was a very strange year for schedules.
17 comments, Last at 27 Nov 2007, 4:42pm by Herm?
22 Nov 2007, 01:24pm by Russell Levine
With much still to be decided in college football, this weekend offers a cornucopia of meaningful matchups. Russell breaks them all down with podcast guest Bruce Feldman of ESPN The Magazine.
189 comments, Last at 27 Nov 2007, 2:20am by David
22 Nov 2007, 01:19pm by Ben Riley
This week, we learn that John Fox has lost his short term memory, Channing Crowder is a geographical genius, and that the Tampa police can see the smell of drunk people (including Cato June). Also, things are beginning to melt down in Kansas City -- you know what that means, Hermaphrophiles!
23 comments, Last at 25 Nov 2007, 9:50am by JoshuaPerry
21 Nov 2007, 06:27pm by Bill Barnwell
Bill takes a look at the best fantasy performances that did the least to help their team's actual performance in this week's Scramble. If you had ten carries and four yards rushing but scored three times, you're in. Plus, a "Dumb and Dumber" reference and classic Jason Beattie comic!
23 comments, Last at 24 Nov 2007, 9:23pm by Truman
21 Nov 2007, 03:49pm by Brian Fremeau
The more things change in the BCS rankings, the more they stay the same in the FEI rankings. Find out why Brian Fremeau's system still thinks the Ducks are No. 2, why Boise State is overrated, and why the FEI rankings don't take home field advantage into account.
12 comments, Last at 28 Nov 2007, 10:11am by JKL
21 Nov 2007, 12:29pm by Michael David Smith
Cowboys wide receiver Terrell Owens had the third-best DPAR game ever on Sunday against the Redskins. He was helped by a Redskins game plan that showed just the wrong way to cover him. We look at what Owens did right and the Redskins did wrong in this week's installment of Every Play Counts.
36 comments, Last at 14 Dec 2007, 6:46pm by Chad Dukes
20 Nov 2007, 06:26pm by Aaron Schatz
Every NFC East team moves up, while the Broncos and Chiefs sneak up on the Chargers, the Titans take a tumble, and the Steelers take over first place in defense despite losing. We also bring you the first week-to-week graph of 2007, comparing the Pats to the last two teams to make a run at the perfect season.
207 comments, Last at 27 Nov 2007, 12:55pm by mrparker
20 Nov 2007, 03:55pm by Ned Macey
Injuries in Indy are giving the Steelers a shot at that precious first-round bye, but their hopes for a second seed hit a snag against the lowly Jets. The offense has no margin for error and relies too much on Ben Roethlisberger to perform Herculean feats. Plus: gratuitous mentions of Michigan Wolverines in honor of Lloyd Carr's retirement.
45 comments, Last at 22 Nov 2007, 12:34pm by Justin Zeth
19 Nov 2007, 07:32pm by Russell Levine
With the way this season has gone, maybe Ohio State has the easiest road to the BCS championship by simply not playing. Plus, thoughts on Lloyd Carr's retirement, another JLS for Coach O, and the updated BlogPoll ballot.
31 comments, Last at 21 Nov 2007, 3:58pm by Nall
19 Nov 2007, 01:37pm by Doug Farrar
It was a Sunday for questionable officiating, Norvalicious play-calling, conjugation of the verb "abate," a competitive game featuring the last two NFC champs, debate on Derek Anderson, and one colossally weird field goal.
230 comments, Last at 21 Nov 2007, 8:21pm by Mike D