29 Jan 2004, 04:30am by Aaron Schatz
All the Football Outsiders stats you need to know what to look for in the big game. Numbers from both the regular season and the playoffs. More commentary than ever before. More in-depth analysis of Carolina's recent improvements, and how New England can counter those improvements. A look at New England's recent success in a place you won't expect. Plus, a special Super Bowl extra: Keys to beating each offense from Jim Schwartz, defensive coordinator of the Tennessee Titans.
29 Jan 2004, 03:13am by Al & Ian
Who will score most? Who will score first? Who will pass first? Who will win the coin toss? Ian and Al take a trip through the world of Super Bowl proposition bets.
27 Jan 2004, 11:37am by Jason Beattie
It isn't hard to be bad in the NFL, but it is hard to be bad week after week after week. And for those players who can achieve such regular lameness -- we're looking at you, Dez White -- we have the Loser League, our anti-fantasy league. Jason reviews a season of inferior football.
27 Jan 2004, 11:06am by admin
Come join our "unofficial official" discussion thread for this week's NFL.com Tuesday Morning Quarterback column. Plus, our latest football cartoon features two announcing dudes.
26 Jan 2004, 01:29pm by Russell Levine
Why there will never, ever, ever, ever be an actual college football national championship.
23 Jan 2004, 01:20pm by Michael David Smith
Gregg Easterbrook says that officials seem to allow more contact in the playoffs without calling penalties. NFL Director of Officiating Mike Pereira says that officials call the playoffs the same way they call the regular season. Mike Smith crunches numbers to find out who's right.
23 Jan 2004, 01:13pm by Guest
It's the most common cliche among football writers, but is it true? Does defense really win championships? Vincent Verhei says not in the last ten years.
22 Jan 2004, 02:11pm by Al & Ian
Ian and Al look backwards at the conference championships, addressing the horrid Eagles receiving corps as well as the problems of Saturday on Sunday. They also look forward to the offseason, giving their opinions on the future homes of top free agents. Plus, more discussion about the proper use of timeouts than Mike Martz can shake a stick at.
22 Jan 2004, 11:22am by Guest
Something a bit different. No numbers, no analysis, just the story of one Patriots fan and the obstacles thrown in his path when he wanted to watch one of the NFL's greatest games ever, the Snow Bowl, back in 2002.
20 Jan 2004, 02:27pm by admin
Come join our "unofficial official" discussion thread for this week's NFL.com Tuesday Morning Quarterback column. Plus, our latest football cartoon and the Football Outsiders playoff fantasy league update.
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