06 Oct 2014, 10:50am by Luke McKenna
A weekend full of close games leaves us asking: is it possible to criticize a game-winning field goal? (Answer: Yes it is.)
71 comments, Last at 08 Oct 2014, 1:45pm by liquidmuse3
29 Sep 2014, 09:10am by Luke McKenna
Topics this week include bad quarterbacks, bad commentary, bad coverage, bad tackling, and bad coaching.
97 comments, Last at 01 Oct 2014, 4:06pm by Steve in WI
22 Sep 2014, 06:10am by Andrew Potter
Our thoughts on the Super Bowl rematch, early MVP contenders, and tactics to avoid on third-and-long.
151 comments, Last at 30 Sep 2014, 1:15pm by Mr Shush
15 Sep 2014, 10:05am by Luke McKenna
Topics this week include the Wilson-Rivers shootout in San Diego, the Bears' ugly comeback in San Francisco, and Jake's first-half a-Locker-lypse in Tennessee.
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08 Sep 2014, 08:11am by Andrew Potter
The FO staff discusses the shootout in Atlanta, the collapse of the Patriots, and whatever it was Josh McCown was doing for most of the afternoon.
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05 Sep 2014, 10:24am by Vincent Verhei
A collision with the reigning Super Bowl champions leaves the Packers feeling outshined, outshined, outshined, outshined.
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03 Feb 2014, 01:04am by Rivers McCown
We thought that the best defense of the year would cancel out the best offense of the year. Instead, the best defense of the year delivered a thorough, 60-minute asskicking to the best offense of the year.
231 comments, Last at 09 Feb 2014, 6:15pm by LionInAZ
20 Jan 2014, 02:30am by Rivers McCown
Two No. 1 seeds in a Super Bowl? Is that even allowed under NFL rules anymore?
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13 Jan 2014, 10:51am by Rivers McCown
Just another day at the office for four of the best teams in the league, as the divisional round leaves us with two matchups anyone could've called in August.
231 comments, Last at 15 Jan 2014, 12:14pm by bravehoptoad
06 Jan 2014, 10:36am by Rivers McCown
Andrew Luck leads a comeback for the ages, the Saints squeak out a road win, and Andy Dalton falls on his face. Plus: Does Jim Harbaugh deliberately take his foot off the gas when the 49ers play well early, or are comebacks and close games simply the way of the modern NFL?
144 comments, Last at 07 Jan 2014, 1:41pm by D2K