23 Nov 2006, 01:38pm by Mike Tanier
In this week's rundown, Mike previews the somewhat unexciting Thanksgiving NFL slate, tries to avoid the "Super Bowl Preview" hype surrounding the Bears and Patriots, and gives up on the Eagles. Make sure you also check out Mike's ode to Thanksgiving football over on the FO FOX blog.
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22 Nov 2006, 11:09am by Mike Tanier
Happy Thanksgiving! And what could you be more thankful for than high school football?
19 Nov 2006, 11:27am by Mike Tanier
Thoughts from the FO staff on this week in football. (Click link to read.)
17 Nov 2006, 10:05am by Mike Tanier
Mike Tanier remembers a time when Jerry Rice was hardly a legend, and Bill Walsh held a press conference to defend the first-round bust who had dropped 10 passes and threatened to keep the Niners out of the playoffs.
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16 Nov 2006, 11:05am by Mike Tanier
The Washington D.C. media is blaming everyone for the Redskins’ troubles right now. Everyone, that is, except Joe Gibbs. (Click to read more.)
15 Nov 2006, 11:46pm by Mike Tanier
This week: Football Outsiders annoys more people by picking the Chargers and Cowboys to beat the Broncos and Colts. Plus, we highlight some of the bad matchups this week: Adam Goldberg vs. Julius Peppers, the Giants and Falcons vs. the injury bug, and Jacksonville vs. gamblers who want to keep from going insane.
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15 Nov 2006, 09:04pm by Mike Tanier
Is Damon Huard capable of being a quality starter in the NFL? (Click link to read more.)
13 Nov 2006, 09:32pm by Mike Tanier
Highlights from this week’s Audibles at the Line. (Click link to read more.)
13 Nov 2006, 09:23pm by Mike Tanier
Think having five defensive starters hurt is a problem? Not if you are Tim Lewis and the New York Giants. (Click link to read more.)
10 Nov 2006, 01:27pm by Mike Tanier
The NFL rushing average may be over four yards per carry, but that figure is skewed by a few dozen big plays. After sorting through three years of data, Mike Tanier discovers that the average running play only yields 2-3 yards and learns that a surprisingly large percentage of runs go absolutely nowhere.
93 comments, Last at 10 Jul 2007, 4:15pm by DC Greg