02 Nov 2015, 10:29am by Andrew Potter
Topics this week: lousy play calling in Pittsburgh, lousy refereeing in Dallas, and lousy football in general in Houston. Plus: Is Peyton Manning still lousy?
221 comments, Last at 05 Nov 2015, 1:01am by chemical burn
30 Oct 2015, 05:03pm by Rory Hickey
This week: chewing tobacco, expensive Uber rides, Italian food, zombies, and, as always, Jim Bob Cooter.
9 comments, Last at 01 Nov 2015, 1:55pm by GrandVezir
30 Oct 2015, 11:33am by Bill Connelly
Bill Connelly looks at what happens to your college football team when your success on passing downs is a little bit too good.
29 Oct 2015, 03:00pm by Chad Peltier
It may not be flashy, but this week should have a lot of competitive games with home underdogs -- and a few opportunities for upsets.
3 comments, Last at 30 Oct 2015, 1:04am by Vincent Verhei
29 Oct 2015, 01:18pm by Andrew Healy and Sterling Xie
The guys discuss Stefon Diggs' impressive breakout and how he lasted until the fifth round.
20 comments, Last at 31 Oct 2015, 11:44pm by LionInAZ
29 Oct 2015, 12:32pm by Ben Muth
Were it not for a few turnovers against the Giants, the Cowboys might be in first place right now. Ben Muth was very impressed by what he saw from Dallas' offensive line.
9 comments, Last at 10 Nov 2015, 1:30am by Xrayvision
28 Oct 2015, 11:23am by Cian Fahey
Cian Fahey's analysis of the Oakland offense shows that the Raiders are doing a fine job of playing to their quarterback's strengths and masking his weaknesses.
3 comments, Last at 31 Oct 2015, 12:24pm by jtr
27 Oct 2015, 09:40pm by Brian Fremeau
The Clemson Tigers scored a touchdown on every meaningful possession against Miami, except for one three-and-out. Is that kind of boom-and-bust production typical?
27 Oct 2015, 06:49pm by Aaron Schatz
The Patriots return to the No. 1 spot, in a tight battle with Arizona and Green Bay atop the DVOA ratings. Plus: Denver and the worst 6-0 teams ever, and why is Teddy Bridgewater's DVOA rating so much lower than his QBR?
104 comments, Last at 30 Oct 2015, 9:35pm by DezBailey
27 Oct 2015, 03:23pm by Scott Kacsmar
Proof that field goals don't beat the Patriots at home. Also: we liked it, Kirk. We don't like Matt Cassel, London games, the 2015 Ravens, or the Steelers' road offense. Finally: ATL-TEN ends an obscure scoring streak.
60 comments, Last at 30 Oct 2015, 8:17pm by ramirez