21 Feb 2008, 09:10pm by Doug Farrar
Doug Farrar is in Indy, where he reports on the guard who may be a tackle, the tight end who may be a Titan, and the story the league wants to go away.
33 comments, Last at 23 Feb 2008, 4:18pm by Dunbar
21 Feb 2008, 12:19pm by P. Ryan Wilson
The NFC North has brought us a lot of laughs the past few years. Kyle Orton. Matt Millen. Tarvaris Jackson. Cheese bras. Ryan Wilson takes a look at the Norris Division and previews what each team needs to attain glory in 2008.
57 comments, Last at 04 Mar 2008, 5:52pm by funtime42
20 Feb 2008, 10:25pm by Sean McCormick
The Patriots must get over the most disappointing one-loss season in history, the Dolphins and Jets are completely rebuilding, and Buffalo fans might see their team gradually slip away to Toronto. Crank up the Cure and come visit the Great Depression that is the AFC East.
67 comments, Last at 26 Feb 2008, 4:39pm by PatsFan
19 Feb 2008, 02:15pm by Stuart Fraser
Stuart Fraser analyzes Baltimore's new coaching regime, Cleveland's quarterback controversy, and Pittsburgh's late-season collapse. Y tambien: Quien es mas macho: Ocho Cinco o Marvin Lewis?
64 comments, Last at 23 Feb 2008, 10:19pm by Scott
18 Feb 2008, 03:17pm by Aaron Schatz
FO wraps up the results of our fifth annual awards balloting, with a look at the best and worst of football on TV and the Internet.
91 comments, Last at 05 Mar 2008, 4:00pm by FalconsaurusRex
15 Feb 2008, 12:07pm by Ned Macey
Skies are dark and dismal in Oakland and Kansas City, but filled with sunshine in San Diego. Meanwhile, Denver will change defensive coordinators 37 times while you read this edition of Four Downs.
89 comments, Last at 23 Feb 2008, 3:49pm by Neoplatonist Bolthead
14 Feb 2008, 11:42am by Doug Farrar
For the fifth straight season, FO readers choose the best and worst players and coaches of 2007 in the Football Outsiders Awards.
139 comments, Last at 31 May 2008, 8:34am by Matthew Yore
13 Feb 2008, 04:46pm by Vincent Verhei
Indianapolis figures out how to keep everyone around, while Tennessee worries that everyone will leave. Jacksonville's quarterback situation is far more secure than it was a year ago, but Houston's may be more in question than you think.
57 comments, Last at 18 Feb 2008, 11:55pm by Parker W.
12 Feb 2008, 02:01pm by Vincent Verhei
The New York Giants had to win three playoff games on the road, then beat a team that was shooting for greatest-ever status in Super Bowl XLII. How does that stack up to the playoff runs of other Super Bowl winners? And how the heck did the best team of Pittsburgh's Steel Curtain era miss the Super Bowl?
181 comments, Last at 19 Feb 2008, 10:08pm by Gerry