20 Oct 2005, 07:07pm by Mike Tanier
How big is this week's Bengals-Steelers matchup? So big that it's one of the twenty most important games in Bengals history. Mike Tanier ranks the most significant games ever played by the orange-and-black: Super Bowls, freezer bowls, blood feuds with the Browns, and more.
23 comments, Last at 23 Oct 2005, 4:38pm by Ralph
20 Oct 2005, 12:44pm by Michael David Smith
We all know the Texans' offensive line is bad. But which of its players is the best and which is the worst? And is anyone else to blame for Houston's offensive offense? Find out in this week's installment of Every Play Counts.
49 comments, Last at 04 Aug 2006, 9:18pm by jaime fangio
20 Oct 2005, 01:23am by scramble
Al and Vivek debut (at least for this year) their fantasy football reality check with the dorky name. Plus, we learned this week that life is good for Ricky Williams but worse than ever for Onterrio Smith.
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19 Oct 2005, 11:22am by Will Carroll
When it comes to injuries, the magic number is two. Two big injuries in Dallas. Two offensive stars trying to return from injury in Pittsburgh. Two very vulnerable, circular body parts crushed between the legs of Randy Moss when he fell to the turf making a catch. Will Carroll also has thoughts on the Tedy Bruschi return in this week's Black and Blue Report.
23 comments, Last at 25 Oct 2005, 5:47pm by rjh
18 Oct 2005, 04:25pm by Aaron Schatz
Here are the Football Outsiders team efficiency ratings through six weeks. New England and Philadelphia move down. Jacksonville, Dallas, and Miami move up. Miami? That's explained as part of the famous commentary for the math-o-phobic available at FOXSports.com. Also, the latest info on that hot series from DC Comics, Infinite Crisis: The 2005 Minnesota Vikings.
210 comments, Last at 17 Dec 2005, 9:43pm by Bonnie Smith
18 Oct 2005, 03:05pm by Ned Macey
Favorites won every game but the one in Pittsburgh this weekend, and since Tommy Maddox does not a satisfactory NFL quarterback make, Ned Macey takes a close look at the almost upset in San Antonio. Mike Vick was up to his 2004 ways, spraying passes and getting bailed out by his teammates. The Saints managed to keep the game close thanks to a running game that somehow survived the loss of Deuce McAllister.
70 comments, Last at 31 Oct 2005, 6:14pm by Jason
17 Oct 2005, 08:37pm by Russell Levine
The theme of the weekend was questionable officiating -- the end of the USC game, the end of the Saints game, playoff baseball had it in spades. Russell looks at the way coaches deal with it. He can't help but give proper respect to Charlie Weis for the work he's doing in South Bend. Get in line, Russ, Weis is the king of Irish town.
64 comments, Last at 23 Oct 2005, 10:22am by Richard
16 Oct 2005, 01:19am by admin
In this week's mailbag: Why do the FOXSports.com power rankings look different from the standard DVOA ratings? Shouldn't DVOA variance be listed separately for offense and defense? Could a college star grant himself free agency by just not declaring for the draft? How are compensatory draft picks assigned? Plus, the Football Outsiders Complete Non-Sequitur Hate Mail of the Week.
35 comments, Last at 20 Oct 2005, 10:30am by B
15 Oct 2005, 12:10am by admin
Two AFC East teams head on the road to take on two surprising 4-1 squads in these game previews from Friday's New York Sun. Plus, Michael David Smith looks at Trent Dilfer's return to Baltimore.
29 comments, Last at 16 Oct 2005, 11:34pm by thad
14 Oct 2005, 05:40pm by Guest
DVOA is emphatically not about gambling. But if it happens to work for gambling, who are we to keep that knowledge from you? Guest columnist Sean McCormick provides an eye-opening analysis of the success of DVOA when betting the line over the past two seasons.
135 comments, Last at 10 Nov 2005, 10:01pm by TBW