04 Nov 2003, 12:32pm by TMQ
The latest news on TMQ's future. Plus, Gregg just can't help himself. The man has to comment on mistakes by the Marine Mammals' coaches and the Indigenous Persons' front office. Note: Next Tuesday, November 11, Tuesday Morning Quarterback will appear at Football Outsiders. Long-term future is still to be decided.
04 Nov 2003, 12:27pm by Aaron Schatz
KC stays at #1. Topics for this week's commentary include the Patriots' intentional safety, the turnstile that is Wade Smith, the true purpose of ESPN NFL Matchup, and why an unexplained change at ESPN.com will limit the information you get from this website. No, that has nothing to do with TMQ.
30 Oct 2003, 02:51pm by Al & Ian
With the season half over, Ian and Al play "Oasis or Mirage" to determine who will make the 2003 playoffs. Plus, the Scramble Mailbag addresses Arena Football, Al attempts to rebound with his Best Bets picks, and Drew Bledsoe sucks. Comment here on this week's Scramble, or anything else related to this week's games, including your office pool and your fantasy start/bench decisions.
30 Oct 2003, 01:21pm by admin
Have you been missing Gregg Easterbrook's Tuesday Morning Quarterback? Have no fear, the Football Outsiders readers are here with an entire TMQ column composed of entries to our Homage to TMQ Contest. There are even a few words from the man himself, and we announce the winners of two rare TMQ hats.
26 Oct 2003, 01:54pm by Aaron Schatz
Kansas City tops our ratings, just like they top everyone else's. Tampa puts the Dallas offense in its place. Buffalo messes everything up. Plus, who will be the infamous Second Half Team? All the VOA stats that break down the season play by play, with the usual commentary for the math-o-phobic.
24 Oct 2003, 04:37am by TMQ
Gregg Easterbrook has been kind enough to use Football Outsiders as his forum to let everyone know the future plans of Tuesday Morning Quarterback. If you have been looking for TMQ, Gregg answers your questions here.
23 Oct 2003, 02:16am by Jason Beattie
How bad is Curtis Martin? Very bad. How bad is Donovan McNabb? Surprisingly bad. How bad is Keyshawn Johnson? Actually, not that bad at all. Jason reveals all with this midseason report on the infamous Loser League where the goal is drafting the WORST players.
23 Oct 2003, 02:13am by Al & Ian
Comment here on this week's Scramble for the Ball, or anything else related to this week's games, including your office pool and your fantasy start/bench decisions.
21 Oct 2003, 10:49am by Aaron Schatz
Tampa Bay tumbles, replaced in the top spot overall by Minnesota -- and in the top spot for defense by Dallas. Dallas? Aaron discusses this Tuna Surprise in his comments, which also explore the topsy-turvy AFC East, the Carolina bandwagon crash, and the latest on the Gregg Easterbrook situation. Plus, a new stat shows which teams are the most consistent.