31 Oct 2007, 03:43pm by Brian Fremeau
Last week, the Bulls of South Florida lost their first game of the year, yet were still ranked No. 2 in the season's first FEI rankings. They've lost two games in a row now. Brian Fremeau looks at where they ended up and why they're in that position, and also breaks down the top 25 teams in the country by offensive and defensive strength.
28 comments, Last at 03 Nov 2007, 7:29pm by Dwayne
31 Oct 2007, 11:13am by Michael David Smith
He was once among the NFL's best defensive linemen, but Warren Sapp is a shadow of his former self. We explore his role in the Raiders' defense in this week's installment of Every Play Counts.
26 comments, Last at 02 Nov 2007, 1:05pm by Nathan
30 Oct 2007, 07:57pm by Aaron Schatz
The Patriots have officially slipped the bonds of reality, the first team ever to have a DVOA over 70% later than Week 5. The Colts are the best team of the past dozen years other than the Patriots. Maybe the hype is warranted this time? Plus: San Diego returns to the top five and Tennessee's defense widens its lead.
201 comments, Last at 02 Nov 2007, 12:18am by Nat
30 Oct 2007, 11:56am by Ned Macey
The Lions are 5-2? Really? And they're not winning with an explosive passing game, but rather an opportunistic defense? They continue to feast on mediocre offenses but that may not continue. Chicago, meanwhile, is starting to realize that leaving good enough alone in the off-season may not have been the best strategy.
45 comments, Last at 01 Nov 2007, 7:22am by Matt Saracen - QB1 - Dillon Panthers
29 Oct 2007, 05:38pm by Russell Levine
Several of college football's surprise teams faced their biggest test this past weekend. Russell has the grades, plus thoughts on some questionable coaching calls, Georgia's Mark Richt, and the latest BlogPoll ballot.
60 comments, Last at 31 Oct 2007, 4:15pm by Pete
29 Oct 2007, 08:41am by admin
Two teams remain undefeated and two more stay winless, as America now prepares for the next installment of Pats-Colts. (Too bad the Rams and Dolphins don't play each other this year!) Also, the Jets try a non-defense defense, Andy Reid gets cute in the red zone, Frank Gore tries to remember what the red zone looks like, and the Saints and Chargers continue their positive turnarounds.
452 comments, Last at 03 Nov 2007, 1:19am by Fergasun
26 Oct 2007, 02:30pm by admin
This week, we give Mike Tanier a well-deserved week off and turn Too Deep Zone over to our game charters. After watching several weeks' worth of games on tape, they have insights on a number of teams, among them the Jets, Dolphins, Broncos, Texans and Saints.
42 comments, Last at 29 Oct 2007, 11:19pm by Gonzo
25 Oct 2007, 05:26pm by Russell Levine
Admit it. You've always wondered where the "'Bama Bangs" phenomenon started. And you really need to know which SEC fan base wears the most jorts. Those topics and more are addressed in this week's SDA podcast, which features Sportsline columnist and author of Dixieland Delight, Clay Travis. Oh, and we'll break down the games for you, too.
138 comments, Last at 29 Oct 2007, 4:19pm by Pete
25 Oct 2007, 12:24pm by Ben Riley
In this week's quote extravaganza, Chad Johnson makes Keyshawn Johnson look like a team-oriented player, Peyton Manning disses Tony Kornheiser, and Ray Lewis scares the hell out of everyone. Still.
103 comments, Last at 30 Oct 2007, 6:20pm by Alex
24 Oct 2007, 07:02pm by Bill Barnwell
Bill Barnwell identifies fantasy football trading opportunities and both overvalued and undervalued players; a Pro Football Hall of Famer shows up in the Loser League section; Ken Whisenhunt chops Anquan Boldin's wood; and Jason Beattie dreams about World Series tickets in this week's comic.
41 comments, Last at 28 Oct 2007, 11:16am by Fargo