12 Sep 2006, 11:40am by Ned Macey
In an effort to repeat their successful 2005 formula, the Broncos go on the road in Week 1 and lay an egg in St. Louis. The Rams defense dominated the game, but in the unlikely event the defense is for real, can they make the playoffs if the offense never scores a touchdown? Ned Macey delves into the upset and gives a list of recent rookie quarterback performance that may keep the calls for Jay Cutler on hold.
44 comments, Last at 13 Sep 2006, 10:56am by Wanker79
11 Sep 2006, 07:06pm by Russell Levine
The college football season may be just two weeks old, but the early season has already taught us a lot about how this year will play out. Plus, Russsell's further thoughts on the college replay system, the weekly John L. Smith Trophy, and his latest BlogPoll ballot.
29 comments, Last at 13 Sep 2006, 8:11pm by BillWallace
11 Sep 2006, 10:36am by admin
A look into the minds of the FO staff, with a few notes from our regular roundtable Sunday e-mails. This week: Shaun Rogers is a beast, nobody in the AFC East can stop the run, and let the Drew Bledsoe decision-making skills debate commence.
112 comments, Last at 14 Sep 2006, 10:19am by B
09 Sep 2006, 10:09pm by admin
Cincinnati and Kansas City battle to figure out who has the biggest Johnson, while Indianapolis faces the Giants in a game featuring 88 players not named "Manning." Join us as weekly game previews from the New York Sun return for 2006.
36 comments, Last at 12 Sep 2006, 6:12pm by Rashied Rushing
08 Sep 2006, 05:59pm by Mike Tanier
There are some things you take for granted when going to a game, like traffic jams and parking hassles. Believe it or not, most teams and cities work hard to make getting to the game, if not half the fun, at least a safe, pleasant experience. Mike Tanier heads to the desert and discovers what it takes to provide adequate parking for a football palace.
31 comments, Last at 15 Sep 2006, 9:34am by Steve W
Russell is anxious to crow about the boys' matching 6-2 starts to the college football season, most likely before the record turns south. Check out their picks and commentary on Saturday's biggest games in the latest edition of Seventh Day Adventure. This also serves as the college football open thread.
113 comments, Last at 10 Sep 2006, 1:08pm by Kal
07 Sep 2006, 04:56am by admin
Every season in the NFL, teams come from nowhere to make the playoffs and other teams collapse just as suddenly. And yet everyone who writes about football makes predictions before the season even though there is almost zero chance of picking the correct Super Bowl teams. Who are we to resist such peer pressure? Each member of the Football Outsiders staff picks 12 playoff teams, a Super Bowl matchup, and a few other surprises for 2006.
117 comments, Last at 12 Feb 2007, 1:12am by Jason Mulgrew aka The Mul Dawg aka Lord J Rocka
07 Sep 2006, 03:27am by Alex Carnevale
Manning vs. Manning gets a little violent before the game begins, Archie refers to himself in the third person, Rod Marinelli turns it up to 11, and Keyshawn Johnson tries to ape Will Carroll (no easy feat).
16 comments, Last at 11 Sep 2006, 7:31pm by Steve Sandvik
07 Sep 2006, 12:56am by Aaron Schatz
Here are the 2006 DVOA projections, including 5,000 simulations of the 2006 season to give each team's chances of making the playoffs or winning the division.
138 comments, Last at 19 Sep 2006, 5:13pm by John Morgan
06 Sep 2006, 01:01pm by Bill Barnwell & Ian Dembsky
This week's Scramble features players who can't achieve and should be sent back. Ian goes out on a limb and answers reader mail, while Bill takes a look at the players who might overachieve in Week 1. Plus, Loser League teams and the only Scramble column all season guaranteed to not have any excuses for why the previous week's Best Bets didn't work out!
39 comments, Last at 12 Sep 2006, 2:41pm by Tom Kelso