14 Dec 2007, 03:16pm by Mike Tanier
Saints coach Sean Payton likes to baffle opponents with dozens of formations, including straight-from-the-sandlot stack alignments. Colts coordinator Tom Moore uses no-frills formations but gets creative when designing route combinations. The Saints and Colts offenses look different, but Mike Tanier learns this week that the differences are only skin deep.
29 comments, Last at 17 Dec 2007, 8:55pm by Methodologically Flawed
13 Dec 2007, 04:30pm by Michael David Smith
Cowboys wide receiver Terrell Owens entered Sunday's game against the Lions leading the league in DPAR and second in the league in DVOA. But he walked off the field having caught just three passes for 27 yards. What gives? Find out in this week's Every Play Counts.
67 comments, Last at 19 Dec 2007, 10:08pm by im_no_playa
13 Dec 2007, 11:30am by Ben Riley
We've got TWIQ material related to the Brutus Petrino fiasco, the Smith-Nolan blood feud, and not one but two quote threads relating to the New England Patriots. Stay calm, everyone, and let Herm guide you to your moment of zen.
152 comments, Last at 20 Dec 2007, 1:48am by Sid
12 Dec 2007, 04:48pm by Bill Barnwell
Remember Roell Preston? John Henry Mills? Alex Bannister? Bill examines these and other perhaps not-so-great Pro Bowlers of the DVOA era in this week's Scramble, while our cartoon tries to help the last decent human being left on the Atlanta Falcons.
34 comments, Last at 17 Dec 2007, 8:23am by cian
12 Dec 2007, 02:56pm by Aaron Schatz
Thanks for waiting through our technical difficulties, DVOA fans. The Patriots still have the best DVOA rating ever, the Vikings keep climbing, and in the commentary, learn which two teams have played the three worst DVOA games of the year over the past two weeks. NOTE: PREMIUM DATABASE UPDATED AS OF 4 PM THURSDAY
190 comments, Last at 19 Dec 2007, 6:40pm by BDC
11 Dec 2007, 02:17pm by Ned Macey
The Buccaneers lost, but maybe a little perspective is in order. Luke McCown runs out of magic on third down. Andre Johnson makes the Texans a radically different team. Sage Rosenfels is a competent NFL quarterback. Plus, the story of two stud defensive ends who took very different paths to the NFL.
21 comments, Last at 17 Dec 2007, 10:19am by Mr Shush
10 Dec 2007, 01:43pm by Doug Farrar
The Patriots continue their quest for perfection, but not before they teach Anthony Smith a lesson about shutting the heck up. The Cowboys keep their spot at the NFC's top team, but not before getting the bejeezus scared out of them by the Lions. Plus: What do the Baltimore Ravens and a pancake have in common?
296 comments, Last at 19 Mar 2013, 11:32pm by will my ex ever call me again
07 Dec 2007, 05:12pm by Mike Tanier
LaDainian Tomlinson, Adrian Peterson, Derrick Ward and others performed end runs around the opposition last week. How can a simple sweep turn into a long touchdown against an NFL defense? Mike Tanier discovers that the key to running outside is often the blocking inside.
22 comments, Last at 10 Dec 2007, 10:27pm by Victor
07 Dec 2007, 03:58pm by Russell Levine
It's time for the stiff-armed statue to be handed out. Russell's choice for the award is Colt Brennan of Hawaii, who has carried his team to the BCS. And if it seems like Russell has a strange fascination with Hawaii football, yes, you're on to something.
55 comments, Last at 11 Dec 2007, 3:50pm by zlionsfan
07 Dec 2007, 02:13pm by Guest
In his new book, Stewart Mandel attempts to do the impossible: Make sense out of college football. Guest writer Tom Gower finds that Mandel makes an admirable effort, but ultimately comes up short.
4 comments, Last at 11 Dec 2007, 1:45pm by jonathantu