07 Nov 2007, 06:07pm by Bill Barnwell
Bill announces the first-half Loser League champion and details the potential miasma of suck in Jacksonville and New York as part of the Loser League second-half preview. A certain walrus nearly chops his bucket, and Jason Beattie's blackmailer gets revealed, all in this week's Scramble!
16 comments, Last at 09 Nov 2007, 2:34pm by Dash
07 Nov 2007, 03:29pm by Brian Fremeau
At long last, there is a new No. 2 team in the FEI rankings! See how far South Florida has finally fallen, and what Brian Fremeau has to say about which teams are most likely to play for the National Championship.
30 comments, Last at 11 Nov 2007, 12:54am by Sid
07 Nov 2007, 12:20pm by Michael David Smith
The Lions are 6-2 and coming off a dominant performance against the Broncos. Will Michael David Smith actually have some positive feelings to express about the Lions? Find out this week in Every Play Counts.
35 comments, Last at 09 Nov 2007, 5:55am by andy
06 Nov 2007, 08:45pm by Aaron Schatz
The Pats and Colts play the game that DVOA expected, while the Steelers and Cowboys score prime time blowouts to give us a dramatically dominant top four. Actually, it is a dominant four-and-a-half, because the Titans defense is climbing into rarefied air.
153 comments, Last at 10 Nov 2007, 6:28pm by Andrew
06 Nov 2007, 01:21pm by Ned Macey
The Vikings win over the Chargers is a good reminder that matchups matter in the NFL, and the Vikings' run defense against any run-heavy offense is not a fair fight. Plus another excuse for Ned Macey to talk up Eric Parker, a comparison to "The Axeman," and yet more effusive praise for Adrian Peterson.
65 comments, Last at 07 Nov 2007, 5:41pm by raffy
05 Nov 2007, 07:36pm by Russell Levine
With four Saturdays left in college football's regular season, it's time for a quick check of the BCS contenders. Plus, the most obvious JLS Trophy ever, and the latest BlogPoll ballot.
100 comments, Last at 08 Nov 2007, 1:13pm by Brooklyn Bengal
05 Nov 2007, 11:46am by Doug Farrar
In this very special Every Other Game version of Audibles, we turn our attention to the unprecedented "Holy Crap!" value of Adrian Peterson, Jonathan Vilma's replacement, Antonio Cromartie's record run, Jared Allen's mullet, the auto-destruction of the Eagles and Seahawks, and more Keep Choppin' Wood entrants than you can you can shake a Feist-filled iPhone at.
169 comments, Last at 07 Nov 2007, 1:34am by mm
05 Nov 2007, 11:29am by Doug Farrar
The Game of the Century gets its own Audibles thread, discussing the wacky nature of pass interference, the greatness of Joseph Addai, the underappreciated Rosevelt Colvin, and the switch New England finally turned on late in the game. What our readers discuss in response is anyone's guess.
330 comments, Last at 11 Nov 2007, 3:16am by DGL
02 Nov 2007, 01:45pm by Mike Tanier
Shhh... don't tell anyone, but there are 13 other games this week. Mike Tanier empties his TDZ notebook, examining blitz packages that work and zones that don't. No Pats or Colts here, but you will find out how Joey Galloway goes deep, how the Steelers get angry, and how the Philly D goes soft in the red zone.
37 comments, Last at 06 Nov 2007, 9:15pm by Matt
01 Nov 2007, 06:40pm by Russell Levine
With college football's regular season winding down, Russell brings in a guru ... the BCS Guru, in fact, to break down the week's biggest games and discuss the title game picture. Plus, YouTube links are back. Hooray!
127 comments, Last at 04 Nov 2007, 9:26pm by lionsbob