14 Jan 2008, 03:43pm by Brian Fremeau
Think the two-loss LSU Tigers took home the BCS title even though a number of other teams were equally worthy? Think again. Brian Fremeau explains why LSU truly was the best team in college football in 2007, even if they weren't one of the best teams of recent seasons. Plus: A look at the most dominating games and biggest upsets of the year.
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14 Jan 2008, 11:46am by Doug Farrar
There's a Manning in the NFL's final four, but it isn't the one most people expected.Brett Favre returns to the Championship round for the first time in a decade, continuing his Elway-esque regeneration. Plus: The Seahawks go flat and Patrick Crayton looks bad. Welcome to NFC Divisional Round Audibles.
145 comments, Last at 16 Jan 2008, 1:53am by Eugene
13 Jan 2008, 11:21pm by Doug Farrar
The Jaguars play close to the Blueprint, and still lose. The Chargers lose their top offensive players to injury, and somehow win. The first part of this week's Audibles tries to make sense of a world where Norv Turner is coaching in a conference championship game.
332 comments, Last at 17 Jan 2008, 3:01am by jas
11 Jan 2008, 06:00pm by Aaron Schatz
Our AFC preview tries to figure out whether the Jaguars and Chargers can do anything to prevent yet another sanity-destroying Pats-Colts hypefest. Answer: Probably not. Plus, a long discussion of teams that either improved or declined significantly at midseason.
100 comments, Last at 14 Jan 2008, 10:48am by Brett
11 Jan 2008, 02:47pm by Aaron Schatz
The Packers and Seahawks know each other well because of their similarities. The Cowboys and Giants know each other well because of their division rivalry. Who moves on to the NFC Championship? It all may depend on injuries and hot pants. Plus: Jason Beattie's latest cartoon!
56 comments, Last at 14 Jan 2008, 5:41pm by Jacob Stevens
11 Jan 2008, 01:05pm by Will Carroll
Will Carroll is back to look at the divisional round of playoff games. How did the week off help this week's home teams? Which superstar may play this weekend after all? When injured Green Bay cornerbacks cover injured Seattle receivers, is it like football in slow motion?
10 comments, Last at 12 Jan 2008, 3:37am by turbohappy
10 Jan 2008, 02:37pm by Mike Tanier
It's been a much-overused word this season, but after watching 20 hours of game tape, Mike Tanier has a developed a blueprint for beating the Patriots. He swears it's foolproof. Has he discovered the secret to stopping the Patriots, or has he lost his mind? Judge for yourself.
137 comments, Last at 15 Jan 2008, 1:46pm by allsmiley
10 Jan 2008, 11:41am by Ben Riley
This week, Matt Hasselbeck wants the ball and he wants to score (again), Ellis Hobbs' reveals a surprisingly deep persecution complex, and numerous Redskins fans vow to never return to Seattle after being pelted by dead bird. Plus: it may be our last Week in Herm, folks, so let's go out with a bang!
55 comments, Last at 02 Feb 2008, 1:52am by webmaster
09 Jan 2008, 06:09pm by Russell Levine
With the bowl season now complete, Russell Levine takes a look at the winners and losers in college football's postseason.
74 comments, Last at 12 Jan 2008, 7:20pm by Kevin 11
09 Jan 2008, 11:18am by Michael David Smith
One player stood out above all others in the Chargers' wild card weekend win over the Titans, and it was not the first player you'd expect. Linebacker Shaun Phillips had a big game, a game we examine in this week's Every Play Counts.
19 comments, Last at 14 Jan 2008, 7:37am by lobolafcadio