12 Nov 2005, 02:36pm by Aaron Schatz
The midseason projection system says the big surprise team of the second half will be ... um, actually, this year it seems there won't be a surprise team in the second half. But we've got a look at trends in the first half and what that says about close playoff races in the next few weeks. Carolina fans, at least, will be pleased. (Note: actual DVOA projections added 6pm EST.)
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12 Nov 2005, 10:53am by admin
This week's game previews feature New England beginning the easy half of its schedule with a divisional matchup against Miami and Atlanta playing Green Bay in a game that looks like a mismatch in the standings but might not be. Plus, Michael David Smith on Steve Smith (no relation), the best little man in the NFL.
How did Russell manage to not make a single dollar despite going 5-2 in his picks and spending last Saturday in Las Vegas? In this week's Seventh Day Adventure, Vinny uncovers Russell's scheme to make the entire trip tax deductable, plus discussion of all the top college games this weekend.
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11 Nov 2005, 11:32am by Mike Tanier
Dick Vermeil rolled the dice at the one-yard line last week and won. Marty Schottenheimer opted to play it safe at the goal line; he won, too, but his critics howled. This week, Mike Tanier examines both Larry Johnson's heroic touchdown and the facts behind the Chargers' fourth quarter woes this season.
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10 Nov 2005, 12:38pm by Michael David Smith
Before the season, we heard that Nick Saban's defensive schemes would make a big difference in Miami. But a close examination of the Dolphins' game against the Falcons indicates that execution is more important than gameplan. Take a look in this week's installment of Every Play Counts.
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09 Nov 2005, 05:53pm by scramble
Vivek and super-sub Ian are back breaking down Peyton's visit to Massachusetts, the Vikings' possible resurgance and the lost art of the punt. We've also got the results of the Week 1-9 Loser League contest as well as a look at T.O.'s secret plan to win back the public, courtesy of cartoonist Jason Beattie.
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09 Nov 2005, 04:58pm by Aaron Schatz
OK, since the original DVOA ratings thread seems to have been taken over by a non-stop argument about the Atlanta Falcons, let's provide a place for people who want to talk about the other 31 teams. If you are an FO regular who has been turned off by the tone of the original discussion thread, this thread is for you.
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09 Nov 2005, 11:13am by Will Carroll
There are multiple stories coming out of Kansas City to go with the multiple injuries to Priest Holmes. Will Carroll looks at why Holmes may be done for the season -- and for future seasons as well. Plus, this week's injury of choice is the hand: a cast for Marvin Harrison, pins for Shawne Merriman, and swollen fingers for Corey Bradford.
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08 Nov 2005, 05:19pm by Aaron Schatz
Indianapolis is number one, but five of their final eight opponents are in the top ten of this week's DVOA ratings. Commentary for the math-o-phobic is found here on FOXSports.com.
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08 Nov 2005, 02:56pm by Ned Macey
How do you write an article about a big upset on a weekend when there were no upsets? Ned Macey writes about the Colts' upsetting the balance of power in the AFC, where the Pats have long been better. Any Given Sunday looks at how Monday's game proved that's no longer true.
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