02 Aug 2010
We're happy to announce again that we've partnered again this year with our friends at SB Nation to talk about FOA 2010 with their NFL team bloggers. We'll be posting links to those articles as they get released, many of which should happen today. Thanks to Dave Halprin for his work in arranging all of this.
Silver and Black Report (Oakland Raiders): A talk about how, well, the Raiders aren't a very good football team.
Bucs Nation (Tampa Bay Buccaneers): Dave Gardner discusses the steps his Buccaneers are taking in the right direction.
This should conclude our takeover of SBN's NFL blogs.
Bleeding Green Nation (Philadelphia Eagles): A calm, rational discussion of Kevin Kolb and Daniel Te-O'Nesheim. And ranking the NFC East tight ends.
Niners Nation (San Francisco 49ers): The second part of my discussion with the esteemed Florida Danny on the place of statistical analysis in football and how it relates to the 49ers.
Gang Green Nation (New York Jets): Last one for tonight before I have to hop on a flight, but here's our chat about Antonio Cromartie and the viability of a well-aged LT.
Mocking The Draft: The second part of our interviews with SBNation's draft blog talks with our David Gardner, who was once a writer for that very blog.
Bolts From The Blue (San Diego Chargers): A discussion of regression to the mean and why the Chargers could be immune.
Dawgs by Nature (Cleveland Browns): Robert Weintraub looks at why the Cleveland defense will improve this year, and how former FO binky Bobby Engram has fallen to a sub-CFL status.
Big Blue View (New York Giants): Bill Barnwell on why Corey Webster is a big question mark and Keith Bulluck may not be as good an addition as some fans expect.
Cincy Jungle (Cincinnati Bengals): More questions here about specific players rather than our overall outlook on the Bengals.
Acme Packing Company (Green Bay Packers): A two-part interview (Part II here) on the secondary and those cursed tackles.
Niners Nation (San Francisco 49ers): The first part of a long two-part interview with Florida Danny on the 49ers and the state of statistical analysis as it relates to the oblong spheroid.
Baltimore Beat Down (Baltimore Ravens): Our favorites to lead the league in wins goes through the ringer.
Buffalo Rumblings (Buffalo Bills): Will Brian Brohm ever be the guy the LCF loves?
Blogging the Boys (Dallas Cowboys): Discussing Doug Free and the Cowboys' paltry win projection.
Battle Red Blog (Houston Texans): As you might suspect, Texans fans expect more than 5.6 wins. Vince attempts to maneuver the pitchforks.
Big Cat Country (Jacksonville Jaguars): Tom Gower talks about Derrick Harvey's hurry total and the expectations for Tyson Alualu.
Hogs Haven (Washington Redskins): On the Redskins' dim three-year projection vs. their positive one-year projection.
Mocking the Draft: The first in a two-part series with SB Nation's draft blog talks with Doug Farrar about the skill position players in this year's draft.
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