28 Nov 2007, 01:24pm by Michael David Smith
The Philadelphia Eagles managed to do the unthinkable Sunday night and actually play four competitive quarters against the New England Patriots. Does that mean the Eagles have unveiled a blueprint that other teams can follow to beat the Patriots? We explore that question in this week's installment of Every Play Counts.
192 comments, Last at 03 Dec 2007, 6:45pm by Charger Charlie
27 Nov 2007, 06:13pm by Aaron Schatz
Wondering how much Sunday night's surprising near-loss to the Eagles dropped New England's DVOA rating? Would you believe the answer is "not much at all?" The top eight teams all stay basically the same, while good things are happening in Minnesota and Ohio.
161 comments, Last at 04 Dec 2007, 5:16pm by Sid
27 Nov 2007, 01:26pm by Ned Macey
When the opposing defense scores more points off passes from your quarterback then you do, it makes it pretty easy to figure out what the problem is. Unfortunately for the Giants, the best way to fix their passing attack is sitting in an NBC studio. Plus: Minnesota, playoff contender? It has come to that.
54 comments, Last at 28 Nov 2007, 9:49pm by Jin
26 Nov 2007, 06:52pm by Russell Levine
Despite year-long chaos, we're close to a relatively controversy-free BCS -- including an invite for Hawaii should they finish an undefeated regular season. Plus, the JLS Trophy and the updated BlogPoll ballot.
81 comments, Last at 29 Nov 2007, 3:20pm by witless chum
26 Nov 2007, 08:54am by Doug Farrar
The Patriots narrowly escape their first loss, and the Bears narrowly escape postseason oblivion in what may have been the game of the year. Predictions about the insanity of Philly talk radio abound, and Patrick Kerney goes off for the second straight week. Thanksgiving is covered in retrospect, the sanity of kicking to Devin Hester is once again discussed, and FO tackles the CFL!
221 comments, Last at 28 Nov 2007, 10:41pm by Sid
23 Nov 2007, 05:49pm by Stuart Fraser
We frequently talk about how the difficulty of a team's schedule affects their statistical achievement, but what about the individual players? Join Stuart Fraser as he searches for the most extreme opponent adjustments of the DPAR era and discovers that 2000 was a very strange year for schedules.
17 comments, Last at 27 Nov 2007, 4:42pm by Herm?
22 Nov 2007, 01:24pm by Russell Levine
With much still to be decided in college football, this weekend offers a cornucopia of meaningful matchups. Russell breaks them all down with podcast guest Bruce Feldman of ESPN The Magazine.
189 comments, Last at 27 Nov 2007, 2:20am by David
22 Nov 2007, 01:19pm by Ben Riley
This week, we learn that John Fox has lost his short term memory, Channing Crowder is a geographical genius, and that the Tampa police can see the smell of drunk people (including Cato June). Also, things are beginning to melt down in Kansas City -- you know what that means, Hermaphrophiles!
23 comments, Last at 25 Nov 2007, 9:50am by JoshuaPerry
21 Nov 2007, 06:27pm by Bill Barnwell
Bill takes a look at the best fantasy performances that did the least to help their team's actual performance in this week's Scramble. If you had ten carries and four yards rushing but scored three times, you're in. Plus, a "Dumb and Dumber" reference and classic Jason Beattie comic!
23 comments, Last at 24 Nov 2007, 9:23pm by Truman
21 Nov 2007, 03:49pm by Brian Fremeau
The more things change in the BCS rankings, the more they stay the same in the FEI rankings. Find out why Brian Fremeau's system still thinks the Ducks are No. 2, why Boise State is overrated, and why the FEI rankings don't take home field advantage into account.
12 comments, Last at 28 Nov 2007, 10:11am by JKL