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
26 May 2005, 05:30pm by Guest
The race for the World Bowl is in full flight as NFL Europe heads into the final two weeks of the regular season. Guest columnist Ian Hollohan updates all the happenings across the pond, with team-by-team updates and previews of the Week 9 contests.
11 May 2005, 04:03pm by Guest
With the NFL Europe season having passed the halfway point, guest colunist Ian Hollohan hands out some midseason awards, provides updates on all six teams, and previews the Week 7 matchups. Want to know which NFLE player is likely to end up on the author's fantasy roster this fall? Read on.
27 Apr 2005, 02:52pm by Guest
Reader Ian Hollohan provides his latest bi-weekly NFL Europe report, highlighting the efforts of NFL-allocated players in the six-team league, where Amsterdam, Berlin, and Cologne sit atop the standings at 3-1. Make sure to get your Akili Smith update, and learn which current NFLE player actually appeared on the author's NFL fantasy roster last season.
15 Apr 2005, 12:45pm by Guest
Reader Ian Hollohan will be providing bi-weekly NFL Europe reports for us, focusing on players who we may see in the NFL next year as well as games we can watch here on American television. In his first report, we learn that minor league football is in fact sloppy, and that Denver may have yet another running back prospect.
01 Apr 2005, 03:22am by Guest
Here at Football Outsiders, we're committed to the advancement of football research, even if it means giving equal time to a potential competitor. In this guest article, Dr. William Kilgore explains a new statistical method that may change the way football is watched, played, and talked about.
2 comments, Last at 07 Dec 2005, 9:02pm by L. Goodman
31 Mar 2005, 02:10pm by Guest
Does "the Denver system" really help running backs? What about other teams that switch to a so-called "zone blocking" scheme? In this guest column, Brian Hook looks at the (admittedly limited) data from Denver, Atlanta, and Houston, and tries to discern a trend.
5 comments, Last at 06 Feb 2007, 7:27am by Frank
17 Mar 2005, 12:01pm by Guest
2004 may have been the best year for passing offense in NFL history. Surely the re-emphasis on illegal contact was the reason, right? Actually, maybe not. Guest columnist Michael Horn shows how the 2004 numbers are the natural culmination of recent expansion in the role of the tight end.
1 comment, Last at 07 Feb 2006, 4:31am by adam
10 Mar 2005, 02:21pm by Guest
In Part III of his series on Caponomics, guest columnist Bruce Stram introduces a method for breaking down the relative value of each position as it relates to winning. He also addresses the question of systematic analysis of player performance in football, and to what degree it might be possible.
1 comment, Last at 10 Nov 2005, 5:59pm by joel iyere