18 Sep 2007, 01:56pm by Aaron Schatz
New England and Pittsburgh reign supreme, while last year's two miracle teams sit at the bottom. This week's (very extended) commentary looks at past teams who defied their projections early, to find out what history says about hope in Houston and pessimism in Philadelphia. Note: DEN, OAK, PHI, WAS now fixed.
155 comments, Last at 22 Sep 2007, 12:57pm by Starshatterer
18 Sep 2007, 12:03pm by Ned Macey
The Saints were almost everybody's pick to win the NFC South. Two games into the season, their big-play offense has been stymied. The Buccaneers, meanwhile, were only selected by a computer, but are there glimpses of a competent team emerging?
37 comments, Last at 20 Sep 2007, 2:27pm by dennis
17 Sep 2007, 05:36pm by Russell Levine
It's early in the college football season, but four teams are already separating themselves from everyone else. But don't count on a BCS nightmare just yet. This season has already been unpredictable. Plus, the JLS Trophy and Russell's updated BlogPoll ballot.
77 comments, Last at 19 Sep 2007, 9:32pm by lionsbob
17 Sep 2007, 08:13am by Doug Farrar
The Browns hit the Bengals with a 50-burger and the Bengals nearly reciprocate; the Seahawks lay an egg in Glendale; the Colts narrowly escape another Titan attack; and "FO Theater" announces the debut of A Man Called Spaeth.
188 comments, Last at 20 Sep 2007, 4:36pm by dryheat
15 Sep 2007, 03:21pm by Mike Tanier
If you learned everything you know about the 1987 players strike from the movie "The Replacements," then you don't know the true story. Mike Tanier takes you back to the craziest, most contentious month in NFL history with an excerpt from his historical mini-epic, now available for download exclusively here at FO.
25 comments, Last at 23 Oct 2007, 12:52am by jg
13 Sep 2007, 04:41pm by Russell Levine
Russell is joined by Orson Swindle of EDSBS for this week's podcast (now featuring actual production value!). Does a Florida fan hate Tennessee or Florida State more? Learn the answer to that and other questions as they break down the weekend's biggest games. This is also the college open thread.
174 comments, Last at 20 Sep 2007, 9:40pm by Kevin 11
13 Sep 2007, 06:15am by Ben Riley
This week, Romeo Crennel channels his inner Herm Edwards, Herm Edwards channels himself as per usual, and everyone enjoys taking a whack at the New England Patriots for Cameragate. Plus: We indirectly investigate Rex Grossman's Wonderlic score.
48 comments, Last at 17 Sep 2007, 8:12pm by Alex
12 Sep 2007, 02:50pm by Bill Barnwell
National Jump to Conclusions Week continues as Scramble analyzes Week 1 studs of the past and how they did after their big games. Our prediction: Raymont Harris makes his only Scramble appearance of the year. A new batch of Loser League stars hits the spotlight, and Jason Beattie shows that Gil Thorp is ... smarter than Eric Mangini. Probably.
44 comments, Last at 18 Sep 2007, 3:48am by Sid
11 Sep 2007, 11:23pm by Michael David Smith
Rookie left tackle Tony Ugoh has one of the most important jobs in the NFL: Protecting Peyton Manning's blind side. How did he do in his first night on the job? Find out as we launch the fourth season of Every Play Counts.
50 comments, Last at 13 Sep 2007, 1:26pm by doktarr