16 Nov 2007, 03:43pm by Sean McCormick
The Dolphins are making a quarterback change, turning the reins of the franchise over to a young player, just like the Jets and Bills have already done. How do teams perform when switching passers, and how do those new quarterbacks look the next year? Sean McCormick looks at those questions, and also look at which team needs to make a quarterback change to save their season.
41 comments, Last at 19 Nov 2007, 2:11pm by johonny
15 Nov 2007, 07:07pm by Russell Levine
With teams closing in on BCS bids, Russell takes a look at the national college football scene with SundayMorningQB.com blogger Matt Hinton. Check out their picks, and use this as the college open thread all weekend.
218 comments, Last at 19 Nov 2007, 6:08pm by lionsbob
15 Nov 2007, 12:51pm by Ben Riley
This week, Mike Nolan and Alex Smith debate Alex Smith's shoulder (and talent), Scott Linehan breathes a huge sigh of relief, and Patrick Crayton discusses his restroom habits. Oh, and there's some pretty good Herm too.
65 comments, Last at 17 Nov 2007, 10:49pm by Sid
15 Nov 2007, 02:26am by Brian Fremeau
As the end of the season nears, the FEI list starts to look a little more like the BCS rankings. Brian Fremeau looks at who's most likely to play for the national championship, and why the Big 12 doesn't deserve to be a part of that discussion.
39 comments, Last at 17 Nov 2007, 9:15pm by Sid
14 Nov 2007, 04:29pm by Bill Barnwell
It's Ryan Grant week at Football Outsiders! How unexpected was Grant's 119-yard performance, and what have been the best performances against similarly-crushing run defenses? Plus, a clutch hero shows up all over the wrong part of the column and Jason Beattie's cartoon knows the future for the 49ers offense.
18 comments, Last at 17 Nov 2007, 2:30am by louis
14 Nov 2007, 02:02pm by Michael David Smith
The Packers' run offense against the Vikings' run defense looked like a mismatch on paper, but it didn't turn out that way on the field. Find out why -- and what it means for the Packers' playoff hopes -- in this week's Every Play Counts.
42 comments, Last at 17 Nov 2007, 3:18pm by Packer Pete
13 Nov 2007, 06:39pm by Aaron Schatz
And then, there was only one. With the Colts hit by injuries, the Pats stand head and shoulders above the rest of the NFL. On the other side, one team has forced us to ponder the worst DVOA ratings ever. Plus: The long-awaited "squib to Hester" analysis.
186 comments, Last at 23 Apr 2008, 12:24pm by John Kapica
13 Nov 2007, 01:44pm by Ned Macey
The one good thing about starting 0-8 is that a win is likely to warrant a write-up in this space. The excitement of New Orleans' four-game winning streak was extremely tempered by their continued lack of a competent pass defense. Plus, count the Rams offensive line injuries, and you can't spell "Saints defense DVOA" without D-A-V-I-D.
24 comments, Last at 16 Nov 2007, 12:31am by max
12 Nov 2007, 06:58pm by Russell Levine
Is patience becoming a virtue in college football? Three programs who are enjoying surprising seasons might argue yes. Plus, the JLS Trophy goes to neither Ohio State nor Michigan, and Russell presents his latest BlogPoll ballot.
98 comments, Last at 15 Nov 2007, 10:05pm by DoubleB
12 Nov 2007, 03:41pm by Doug Farrar
Tony Romo and Brett Favre put their squads firmly in the elite, and one of two winless teams finally gets off the schneid. Goofy coaching challenges and time management issues seemed to sprout up around the league. And while all this was happening, Cincinnati's Shayne Graham kicked a Bironas-esque seven field goals. Yeah, it was one of THOSE days.
259 comments, Last at 15 Nov 2007, 4:25pm by thestar5