20 Sep 2012, 04:04pm by Rivers McCown
Chris Brown takes on Cam Newton and the inverted veer in his piece this week for Grantland.
2 comments, Last at 21 Sep 2012, 4:03pm by JasonK
18 Sep 2012, 01:00pm by Rivers McCown
A defense blooms in the desert. Or, in this case, in Gillette Stadium.
41 comments, Last at 26 Apr 2013, 4:35pm by chat random
17 Sep 2012, 10:58am by Rivers McCown
This week, PK writes a scathing review of the replacement refs, wonders if the power is shifting to the west after a big week for their clubs, and goes over Green Bay's fake field goal touchdown with the main parties involved.
56 comments, Last at 14 Mar 2013, 2:38am by jeanneflor
17 Sep 2012, 12:50am by Rivers McCown
The good: Patrick Peterson. The bad: Josh Morgan. The ugly: Guy Whimper. All this and more in the second week of Audibles.
334 comments, Last at 19 Sep 2012, 1:24pm by tuluse
14 Sep 2012, 10:34am by Rivers McCown
The toughest metrosexual Wes Welker has ever known, Brandon Weeden's depressing debut, and a Tebow who can throw top this week's best quotes.
17 comments, Last at 15 Sep 2012, 11:39pm by BaronFoobarstein
12 Sep 2012, 10:44am by Rivers McCown
Nate Dunlevy over at Bleacher Report goes under the all-22 microscope to look at Minnesota's 14-second field-goal drive to tie the game at the end of regulation.
11 comments, Last at 13 Sep 2012, 12:52pm by Aaron Schatz
11 Sep 2012, 11:45am by Rivers McCown
The Redskins knocked off the Saints on Sunday with a 40-point deluge -- but how much did we really see from Robert Griffin in his debut?
27 comments, Last at 11 Sep 2012, 10:12pm by Nick Saikley
10 Sep 2012, 11:07am by Rivers McCown
PK breaks down Week 1 action, with an emphasis on Mr. Griffin, Peyton Manning, and the replacement officials.
37 comments, Last at 13 Sep 2012, 7:10am by Karl Cuba
10 Sep 2012, 10:00am by Rivers McCown
Russell Wilson hype: questioned. Leroy Harris: compared to Jacoby Jones. Scab referees: debated. It's the first weekend Audibles of the season!
196 comments, Last at 14 Sep 2012, 5:29pm by t.d.
09 Sep 2012, 04:35pm by Rivers McCown
Per Mark Berman of FOX 26, the Houston Texans signed Matt Schaub to a four-year extension worth $62 million, with $24.7 million of that guaranteed. Houston is now locked into Schaub long-term, and despite his tendency to miss games, they're probably going to need a quarterback of his caliber to have a realistic hope of winning a Super Bowl. Hard to argue with re-signing him based on that logic, but this is riskier than most long-term extensions for good quarterbacks.
6 comments, Last at 14 Sep 2012, 6:40am by Mr Shush