25 Dec 2005, 01:47pm by admin
A look into the minds of the FO staff, with a few notes from our regular roundtable weekend e-mails.
123 comments, Last at 29 Dec 2005, 8:52pm by thad
24 Dec 2005, 01:38am by admin
Aaron Schatz previews two big Saturday clashes between NFC playoff contenders, and Michael David Smith looks at a history of great San Diego offenses -- and bad defenses.
17 comments, Last at 25 Dec 2005, 2:25pm by Smeghead
23 Dec 2005, 02:32pm by Mike Tanier
Christmas may be one of the shortest days of the year, but the longest game in NFL history was played on December 25, 1971. Mike Tanier looks back on one of the most thrilling games ever played.
12 comments, Last at 13 Apr 2007, 5:30pm by mark slaughter
"It's the Most Wonderful Week of the Year" as Vinny and Russell offer their picks for the early bowl season in this week's edition of Seventh Day Adventure. What other jingles do the boys have on their minds? And most importantly, who will cover in the MPC Computers Bowl?
49 comments, Last at 29 Dec 2005, 11:56pm by Rocco
22 Dec 2005, 12:43pm by Michael David Smith
It was a battle for the ages on Saturday as an up-and-coming young defensive end, Osi Umenyiora, did battle against an experienced veteran offensive tackle, Willie Roaf. Find out who won in this week's installment of Every Play Counts.
20 comments, Last at 24 Dec 2005, 2:08am by JasonK
21 Dec 2005, 03:01pm by scramble
Al and Vivek, like everybody else this time of year, are looking ahead to the playoffs, breaking down the Wild Card races in both conferences. They're also looking to the current fantasy playoffs and the imminent conclusion of the ever-exciting Loser League race. As always, this is the thread for fantasy discussion for the week.
39 comments, Last at 23 Dec 2005, 11:25pm by Beige Tangerine
21 Dec 2005, 01:23pm by Will Carroll
With the perfect season gone, the Colts focus on the playoffs, and that means getting their players healthy -- a lot of players. Will Carroll has details on that plus other important players still trying to get into the postseason, including Marco Rivera, LaDainian Tomlinson, and Chris Simms. Plus, the Jaguars admit that Byron Leftwich may be back next week, as first reported here.
27 comments, Last at 24 Dec 2005, 6:34pm by Dave
20 Dec 2005, 07:42pm by Aaron Schatz
The Colts stay on top, the Giants move past the Seahawks, the Patriots move up six spots, which won't do anything to appease the Brady-lovin' masses, and the Raiders are inexplicably high, guaranteeing that my e-mail box is totally screwed. Plus a huge discussion of home-field advantage and what happens to great defenses the year afterwards in the commentary for the math-o-phobic, found here on FOXSports.com.
313 comments, Last at 25 Dec 2005, 1:51pm by admin
20 Dec 2005, 02:20pm by Ned Macey
They finally got to pop the champagne in Miami. Unlike in previous seasons, the Colts did not lose because of a leaky defense, they lost because of an offensive line that could not stop what has become a dominant San Diego pass rush. Meanwhile, both teams feature stud running backs that are banged up. One of them should now get some much-needed rest, while the other is likely to get more rest than he wants starting January 1.
45 comments, Last at 23 Dec 2005, 1:18pm by Jerrod Sieberg
19 Dec 2005, 07:54pm by Russell Levine
This week, Russell Levine presents his "other" All-American college football teams. And yes, he is aware that some of his "other" All-Americans were also "actual" All-Americans, but they're probably not guys that most of the nation has heard of. Plus, the John L. Smith Trophy and a Seventh Day Adventure Bowl Spectacular preview.
26 comments, Last at 22 Dec 2005, 4:06pm by Vinny