04 Mar 2008, 02:34pm by Doug Farrar
Who wins the big Lions-Browns deal? Who is left to play receiver in Chicago? And did the Falcons sign Michael Turner at the right point on the team development curve?
96 comments, Last at 20 Mar 2008, 9:23am by Cosmos
04 Feb 2008, 12:42pm by Doug Farrar
The greatest upset in Super Bowl history, delivered courtesy of Justin Tuck, Michael Strahan, and Osi Umenyiora, in the finest game of their lives. Congratulations to the New York Giants, Super Bowl Champions!
351 comments, Last at 09 Feb 2013, 1:02am by poussette-double
21 Jan 2008, 11:57am by Doug Farrar
Tom Brady had his worst game of the season, but it didn't matter, because of three crucial New England defensive stops. Brett Favre had the Lambeau advantage and everybody's good will, but it didn't matter, because a few late errant throws put the Packers in a deep freeze.
400 comments, Last at 04 Feb 2008, 5:09am by James
14 Jan 2008, 11:46am by Doug Farrar
There's a Manning in the NFL's final four, but it isn't the one most people expected.Brett Favre returns to the Championship round for the first time in a decade, continuing his Elway-esque regeneration. Plus: The Seahawks go flat and Patrick Crayton looks bad. Welcome to NFC Divisional Round Audibles.
145 comments, Last at 16 Jan 2008, 1:53am by Eugene
13 Jan 2008, 11:21pm by Doug Farrar
The Jaguars play close to the Blueprint, and still lose. The Chargers lose their top offensive players to injury, and somehow win. The first part of this week's Audibles tries to make sense of a world where Norv Turner is coaching in a conference championship game.
332 comments, Last at 17 Jan 2008, 3:01am by jas
07 Jan 2008, 06:40am by Doug Farrar
Jack Del Rio and Mike Tomlin compete for the Keep Choppin' Wood award, while the Titans found out what happens when you ask your defense to win the entire game alone. A stunned populace must now consider the possible reclamation of A Man Called Norv.
175 comments, Last at 10 Jan 2008, 4:53pm by Jonathan
06 Jan 2008, 11:15pm by Doug Farrar
FO takes on the Wild Card games, one conference at a time. Were the Giants this good all along, or were the Bucs this bad? Can anybody block the Seattle defensive line? And when will networks finally stop playing grunge music when going to commercial during Seahawks games?
81 comments, Last at 09 Jan 2008, 10:51pm by Chris
31 Dec 2007, 12:14pm by Doug Farrar
Topics for the final Audibles of the regular season: Washington's hot streak, how to fix the New Orleans defense, the entertainment effects of the "scrubs- first" personnel strategy, the unquestioned hit of the season, and which coaches are going to feel like Darrell Reid ran into them over the next few days.
98 comments, Last at 02 Jan 2008, 6:12pm by jimm
30 Dec 2007, 01:30pm by Doug Farrar
After all the controversy, the backlash against the backlash, the media crush, and a season full of teams who played them increasingly closely, the New England Patriots beat the New York Giants on Saturday night to run their regular-season record to 16-0. Congratulations to the Patriots, and a salute to the Giants, who played a great game in defeat.
273 comments, Last at 07 Jan 2008, 4:13am by Ken Pierce
24 Dec 2007, 12:08pm by Doug Farrar
"Win and you're in" should be good motivation, but in Week 16 the teams playing out the string rose up and fought back. Also: John DiGiorgio enters the realm of FO favorites, Shaun Alexander experiences the sensation of actual blocking, and Warren Sapp just flat-out loses his mind.
175 comments, Last at 27 Dec 2007, 6:25pm by Wanker79