19 Oct 2015, 10:32am by Andrew Potter
The FO staff discusses Carolina's comeback win in Seattle, the Broncos' latest nailbiter, and whatever the hell that thing was that Indianapolis tried against New England.
230 comments, Last at 21 Oct 2015, 2:04pm by mbmxyz
12 Oct 2015, 10:23am by Andrew Potter
The FO staff weighs in on the Seattle-Cincinnati showdown, Denver's latest ugly win, and a glimmer of hope in San Francisco.
178 comments, Last at 21 Oct 2015, 12:48pm by Dave
05 Oct 2015, 10:17am by Andrew Potter
What's the condition of Drew Brees' shoulder? How did San Francisco's defense fare so well against Green Bay? Why did the NFL make those poor English fans watch the Dolphins?
276 comments, Last at 08 Oct 2015, 7:25am by bengt
28 Sep 2015, 09:59am by Andrew Potter
The FO staff looks at big wins by Atlanta, New England, Cincinnati, Denver, and Arizona that pushed those teams to 3-0.
241 comments, Last at 03 Oct 2015, 12:59pm by jonsilver
21 Sep 2015, 10:15am by Andrew Potter
Is it just us, or is there a lot of really bad football being played in the NFL this year?
278 comments, Last at 24 Sep 2015, 10:42am by Noah Arkadia
14 Sep 2015, 08:32am by Andrew Potter
The FO staff discusses the Rams' latest upset of Seattle, the Mariota-Winston showcase, and New York's Sunday night collapse against Dallas.
196 comments, Last at 16 Sep 2015, 12:14pm by dbostedo
11 Sep 2015, 10:27am by Andrew Potter
The 2015 season is underway -- will somebody please let the Steelers know?
91 comments, Last at 13 Sep 2015, 5:49pm by Bright Blue Shorts
02 May 2015, 02:22pm by Andrew Potter
The FO staff discusses some of the most surprising moves of the second and third rounds, including Carolina's trade up for Devin Funchess.
27 comments, Last at 06 May 2015, 6:51pm by chemical burn
01 May 2015, 08:58am by Andrew Potter
The 2015 draft went as expected early, then broke down with a flurry of surprising late-round picks. The FO staff shares thoughts on the whole night.
106 comments, Last at 01 Nov 2015, 7:18pm by Nathan
02 Feb 2015, 01:49am by Andrew Potter
The closest matchup in Super Bowl history ends with a play call nobody understands... and a fourth title for Bill Belichick and Tom Brady.
355 comments, Last at 2:47pm by GarthFrasp