30 Sep 2006, 05:00pm by Aaron Schatz
The two biggest games of NFL Week 4 each match up two of the seven remaining unbeaten teams. They will be played on the first day of October, but these games may have major implications for playoff seeding in January.
23 comments, Last at 01 Oct 2006, 10:13pm by The Mulgrew
29 Sep 2006, 06:28pm by Aaron Schatz
The latest mailbag features questions about DVOA, DAVE, dropped passes, and how Brady Quinn fares in our new rookie quarterback projection system. Plus: Now you can get our 2005 game charting data, and we uncover Pro Football Prospectus 2004: The Lost Year.
40 comments, Last at 08 Oct 2006, 8:23am by aeneas1
29 Sep 2006, 11:58am by Mike Tanier
One center, two centers, three centers, four. The Browns ran out of centers and they had to get more. Mike Tanier connects the dots from LeCharles Bentley to Hank Fraley, tracing the Browns' month-long scramble to fill one of the most important positions on the field.
35 comments, Last at 03 Oct 2006, 3:19pm by Scorpious
College football season is hitting its stride, with key conference battles in the SEC, ACC, and Big Ten. Vinny and Russell, and some guests from the blogosphere, have the full rundown. Plus, this is the college open thread.
154 comments, Last at 04 Oct 2006, 5:08pm by Travis
28 Sep 2006, 05:40pm by Alex Carnevale
Terrell Owens makes ESPN executives the happiest they've ever been, Mike Holmgren drinks the God Kool-Aid, Jeremy Shockey proves the apple falls pretty far from the tree, and Tom Brady is really sad.
28 comments, Last at 21 Dec 2006, 10:50am by limonio
28 Sep 2006, 01:01pm by Bill Barnwell & Ian Dembsky
As the fantasy football season begins to settle in, this week's Scramble takes a look at which teams and players are misvalued going into Week 4. Guess whether Ian thinks Greg Jennings is overvalued or undervalued? Plus, Best Bets and Scramble Mailbag.
103 comments, Last at 04 Oct 2006, 1:36pm by Bobbytheo
27 Sep 2006, 12:05pm by Michael David Smith
Last year the Bears couldn't pass to save their lives. This year they're one of the league's top passing teams. What happened? We discuss in this week's installment of Every Play Counts.
108 comments, Last at 30 Sep 2006, 10:57am by bearsfan_eric
26 Sep 2006, 09:22pm by Aaron Schatz
Idle San Diego takes the top spot this week. The Saints move way up after stomping the Falcons, but our new system that combines early results with preseason projection is still somewhat skeptical. It's Dave's fault, really. UPDATE: Commentary is finally available on FOXSports.com.
186 comments, Last at 29 Sep 2006, 2:30pm by DavidH
26 Sep 2006, 02:30pm by Ned Macey
The best defense on the field in Foxboro belonged to the Broncos. Despite New England's reputation, that has been the case the past three seasons. The Patriots offense is still trying to reinvent itself; even with one of the game's great players at quarterback, the key to their success is likely in the running game.
102 comments, Last at 29 Sep 2006, 11:17am by Starshatterer
25 Sep 2006, 09:22pm by Russell Levine
College football observers -- the author occasionally included -- are busy chalking up wins in as-yet unplayed games for many of the top college teams. Russell Levine explores why that's not a good idea, plus the JLS Trophy and his latest BlogPoll ballot.
65 comments, Last at 29 Sep 2006, 12:29am by chris