12 Apr 2007, 10:10am by Guest
Jeff Bathurst is back to recap the AFC North. The division has played a little bit of free agency musical chairs, and the Browns won, getting Eric Steinbach from the Bengals and ... uh, Jamal Lewis from the Ravens. But at least they won't be fighting the rest of the division for the privilege of drafting from the same group of linebackers. See what all this healthy competition is about in the latest Four Downs.
75 comments, Last at 30 May 2007, 5:16pm by WhoDey
05 Apr 2007, 11:26am by Guest
Guest columnist Jeff Bathurst drops in to review the AFC West in the calm before the draft's storm. He finds skeptics about the Broncos' biggest new additions, the Chiefs getting fired up for preseason, and the Raiders preparing for life with their latest boy genius coach. And can the Chargers possibly have a better season this year than last?
71 comments, Last at 14 Apr 2007, 4:07pm by HUMPHREY
04 Apr 2007, 10:31am by Guest
Once upon a time, the ancient Greek priests at the Oracle at Delphi would sacrifice a goat and examine its entrails in an attempt to divine the future. Today, guest columnist Mike Horn does the same thing with the last five years of the NFL Draft. There's a lot more data involved, and the mess is much easier to clean up.
44 comments, Last at 23 Apr 2007, 10:47pm by Mark
27 Feb 2007, 12:18pm by Guest
It's time for goodbyes in the AFC North. Goodbye to Eric Steinbach, to Adalius Thomas, and to Ken Whisenhunt. Goodbye, unfortunately, to LeCharles Bentley. Goodbye to Jamal Lewis? Perhaps not. Guest columnist Jeff Bathurst sits in to bring us the latest from the NFL's industrial belt.
91 comments, Last at 20 Mar 2007, 4:09pm by Gerela\'s Gorilla
24 Jan 2007, 11:50am by Guest
Major League Baseball is close to selling DirecTV the exclusive rights to its Extra Innings package. If you aren't a baseball fan, that might not mean much to you. But as Maury Brown from Baseball Prospectus explains, football fans who want Sunday Ticket on cable just got some new allies.
142 comments, Last at 02 May 2007, 4:39pm by Travis
14 Dec 2006, 06:55pm by Guest
Once again, we give our game charters a chance to share their thoughts after watching every game of the season on tape. Read on for some scouting insights on Seattle, San Diego, Baltimore, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, and Dallas.
38 comments, Last at 18 Dec 2006, 1:45pm by zlionsfan
18 Nov 2006, 11:52pm by Guest
The Redskins traded up to get Jason Campbell in the first round of the 2005 draft; this week, they finally hand him the keys to the car. David Lewin uses this opportunity to revisit the college quarterback projection system he introduced in Pro Football Prospectus 2006. The system has been extremely accurate in 2006 -- just ask Philip Rivers -- and it predicts that Campbell will become a star.
48 comments, Last at 29 Nov 2006, 10:27pm by David Lewin
03 Nov 2006, 01:53pm by Guest
Everybody is talking about Chicago as Super Bowl favorites. Some people even talk about the Bears going 16-0. Is there anybody out there willing to stand astride the Chicago bandwagon, yelling "stop?" Guest columnist Douglas Walters volunteers, pointing out that the Bears are swimming upstream against the trends.
95 comments, Last at 29 Nov 2007, 8:55pm by footballprofessor
13 Oct 2006, 02:45pm by Guest
This week, we give Mike Tanier a well-deserved week off and turn Too Deep Zone over to our game charters. After watching every game of the season on tape, they have insights on a number of teams, among them Pittsburgh, Chicago, Seattle, Miami, and Buffalo.
83 comments, Last at 17 Oct 2006, 2:43pm by Wanker79
10 Aug 2006, 04:34pm by Guest
When you punt, you turn the ball over to the other team. So why isn't a punt considered a turnover? Starting from this idea, guest columnist Jason Scheib has developed a fascinating theory that teams might win more if they accepted a four-down mindset and never punted the ball. Come explore a dramatically counterintuitive strategy for winning football games.
187 comments, Last at 04 Sep 2009, 3:34pm by Nelson