22 Feb 2006, 02:56pm by Aaron Schatz
Football Outsiders presents its third annual awards, voted on by you the readers. Part II features the best and worst announcers, writers, and ads, plus the funniest moment of the year and the 2006 inductees to the Fantasy Football Hall of Fame.
121 comments, Last at 21 Dec 2012, 8:02pm by skilsmisse lykkelig
21 Feb 2006, 05:59pm by Aaron Schatz
Football Outsiders presents its third annual awards, voted on by you the readers. Shaun Alexander as MVP? Shawne Merriman as Rookie of the Year? Football Outsiders readers would like to respectfully disagree. Plus, read about your choices for the most overrated and underrated players in the NFL, and the award that you'll only find here at FO: the Keep Choppin' Wood Award.
168 comments, Last at 24 Mar 2006, 7:39pm by cinfan
06 Feb 2006, 05:15pm by Aaron Schatz
Learn just how much Tom Rouen sucks. Plus my feelings on the officiating, edited for the general public. If Pittsburgh fans want to continue to take issue with that in this thread, that's fine, but don't expect a response. I'm sick of trying to convince people that I'm not a Seahawks fan.
86 comments, Last at 09 Feb 2006, 3:35am by Cody
03 Feb 2006, 07:12pm by Aaron Schatz
I thought that every "Best Ever in Super Bowl History" list had been done. Thanks, Elliott Kalb, for proving me wrong with an article that does not suck. Tennessee fans should consult a doctor before clicking this link.
20 comments, Last at 04 Feb 2006, 11:47pm by B
03 Feb 2006, 01:54am by Aaron Schatz
The Seahawks have the league's most balanced offensive attack. The Steelers have demolished three top offenses in three straight games with a swarming, tenacious defense. Which of these standout units can overcome the other to win Super Bowl XL? Actually, the answer is probably "neither." The biggest variable in this game is Pittsburgh's turnaround converting third downs vs. the Seattle secondary. Our DVOA-packed preview of Super Bowl XL is available on FOXSports.com, along with Mike Tanier's Super Bowl XL Rundown and Michael David Smith's look at key matchups. This thread is for discussion of all three.
208 comments, Last at 08 Feb 2006, 12:11pm by JMM
02 Feb 2006, 12:53pm by Aaron Schatz
A preview of my Super Bowl preview, audio style. Before we started I said I was going to keep this shorter and it ended up going a half hour anyway. I just like to talk football, I guess. There are a lot more pregnant pauses in this interview compared to the first one, probably an indication that I really need a nap that lasts, I dunno, two weeks or so.
6 comments, Last at 03 Feb 2006, 11:08am by admin
01 Feb 2006, 03:48pm by Aaron Schatz
Joey Porter is angry. Angry, angry, angry. Why so angry? Because Seattle tight end Jerramy Stevens has the unmitigated gall to actually believe that his team will win this game. How dare he! Seattle should be going into this game with the belief that they will lose; anything else is disrespectful to the Steelers. Then again, if Joey Porter is saying that the Seahawks have no right to say that they will win, isn't he disrespecting the Seahawks? They won more games, right?
34 comments, Last at 04 Feb 2006, 5:03pm by MRH
31 Jan 2006, 01:30am by Aaron Schatz
How do you stop the Seahawks and the Steelers? Why not ask a couple guys who had to face those offenses themselves? I had a chance to interview both San Francisco safety Tony Parrish and San Diego linebacker Shawne Merriman, and ask them about facing Seattle and Pittsburgh this year (and in the case of Parrish, in the last few years). I think this is the first FO interview of active players.
17 comments, Last at 03 Feb 2006, 6:35am by Vince
27 Jan 2006, 11:01am by Aaron Schatz
Larry Johnson, obvious number one overall pick in 2006 fantasy drafts ... or is he?
16 comments, Last at 06 Feb 2006, 9:13pm by The originator
26 Jan 2006, 05:46pm by Aaron Schatz
When I jokingly decided to name my fantasy football projection system after Denver offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak, I figured I had safely chosen a fairly obscure name. Nobody knew who this guy was except for Denver fans and the hardcore fans who can name all 64 coordinators. Little did I know that less than a year later, Gary Kubiak would be head coach of the Houston Texans. If the Kansas City Royals tomorrow named Bill Pecota as their manager, wouldn't this be strange for the Baseball Prospectus guys? Exactly.
62 comments, Last at 29 Jan 2006, 11:47pm by SJM