14 Mar 2006, 11:38pm by Guest
A lot of people complained about the officiating in this year's playoffs. But just like players, officials cannot really be judged on a single game in the national spotlight. Guest columnist Matthew Furtek goes through several regular season games to judge the referee behind the most controversial calls of this past January. Bill who? No, we're talking about Pete Morelli, the man who overturned Troy Polamalu's interception in Indianapolis and presided over the infamous false start/offsides that was neither a false start nor an offsides.
47 comments, Last at 13 Apr 2006, 11:37pm by Mentos
27 Feb 2006, 06:48pm by Guest
New Orleans fell apart from the beginning of the season, while Atlanta waited until November. Tampa Bay and Carolina were successful, only to find their holes exposed in the postseason. Meet FO intern Darrel Michaud as he takes you for a trip around the NFC South.
42 comments, Last at 10 Apr 2006, 12:08am by ski
06 Nov 2005, 12:13am by Guest
The volunteers from the FO game charting project have their say about what they've seen in this year's games. It's a companion piece to Every Team Counts, particularly if you are interested in the Lions, Giants, Dolphins, Eagles, or Bears (although there are notes on other teams as well).
19 comments, Last at 18 Nov 2005, 6:23am by Vince
14 Oct 2005, 05:40pm by Guest
DVOA is emphatically not about gambling. But if it happens to work for gambling, who are we to keep that knowledge from you? Guest columnist Sean McCormick provides an eye-opening analysis of the success of DVOA when betting the line over the past two seasons.
135 comments, Last at 10 Nov 2005, 10:01pm by TBW
10 Sep 2005, 04:55pm by Guest
The Denver pass defense in general, and Champ Bailey in particular, have taken heat from critics ever since the ignominious end to their season. Guest columnist Sean McCormick takes an in-depth look at both using just about every statistical tool in the book(s).
67 comments, Last at 22 Jul 2007, 10:45pm by Chris L
26 Aug 2005, 03:22pm by Guest
Sure, dropped passes are harmful to a football team -- just ask any Seattle Seahawks fan -- but how harmful? Guest columnist Kevin Pelton set out in search of some answers.
31 comments, Last at 05 Sep 2005, 12:48am by Kevin Pelton
11 Aug 2005, 03:28pm by Guest
You've read about him in Dr. Z's column. You've seen him mentioned favorably on Football Outsiders. Of course, those were both free. Should you be dropping fifty bucks on K.C. Joyner's Scientific Football 2005? Guest book reviewer Jim Armstrong provides a detailed analysis of the book to help you decide.
24 comments, Last at 14 Sep 2005, 5:38pm by J byler
01 Aug 2005, 11:10am by Guest
Want to take your fantasy football league to the next level? Then you have to question the standard rules. Guest columnist Dan Lewis says the way to improve your fantasy football competition is to emphasize the fantasy and the competition, and de-emphasize the importance of dumb luck. Waive your start/bench decisions goodbye and say hello to deeper rosters and more trades.
72 comments, Last at 09 Aug 2005, 4:20pm by BknGen
22 Jun 2005, 01:00pm by Guest
What's a rouge? What's the Hec Creighton Award? Whatever became of Yo Murphy and Ken-Yon Rambo? These questions and more will be answered as Ian Hollohan gives us a quick overview of the new season north of the border. Pay attention, or before you even have a chance to blink your eyes it will be third down and time to punt.
42 comments, Last at 29 Aug 2005, 5:38pm by bob
10 Jun 2005, 12:08am by Guest
In his final dispatch from NFL Europe, guest columnist Ian Hollohan previews this Saturday's World Bowl and takes a look at the NFL Europe players you are most likely to see on an NFL team this fall.
8 comments, Last at 14 Jun 2005, 8:37am by houlie