13 Sep 2005
This week, Gregg Easterbrook has a warning for professional football, mentions the Bills' old school unis (as an FO reader predicted in a thread earlier this week), makes fun of the Vikes for not going for it on fourth down, and ridicules rich dumb people.
TMQ also offers some advice on how to stop the Colts' offense, wonders why the Chargers' suspended Antonio Gates, and actually manages to use "Nocturne Aubergine Klavierlack" in a sentence.
And two more things: Stats of the Week No. 4 should give Kyle Boller hope, and if you bet the Earlham-Manchester game, I hope you took the over.
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Guest columnist Jared Cohen's research shows that Philadelphia may not be the only offense that sees an unusually high rate of opposing injuries.