04 Dec 2013, 04:05pm by Rivers McCown
Brad Gagnon had myself and a few other prominent football writers (Pete Prisco, Will Brinson, Mike Tunison, among others) look into our crystal balls and talk about how the game will have changed by 2030. Part 2 is here.
3 comments, Last at 05 Dec 2013, 12:55pm by Peder DeFor
04 Dec 2013, 08:00am by Mike Tanier
I watch Matt Flynn so you don't have to! I also went back and looked at the Brian Hoyer tape, took a long look at Case Keenum, and did lots of film grinding to get a handle on all of this year's mystery quarterbacks.
13 comments, Last at 06 Dec 2013, 3:02am by flowmotion
03 Dec 2013, 12:01pm by Matt Waldman
Can Landry cross the gap between the mundane and the extraordinary? It's a question most players have to ask at every level of football.
1 comment, Last at 04 Dec 2013, 12:11am by Jeff88
02 Dec 2013, 03:40pm by Rivers McCown
Checking in on all Week 13's injuries. (Click to read more.)
9 comments, Last at 04 Dec 2013, 12:00am by Norksman
02 Dec 2013, 01:58pm by Rivers McCown
PK talks officiating (and Tomlin), Nick Foles, and coaching diversity.
8 comments, Last at 05 Dec 2013, 4:45am by Jerry
02 Dec 2013, 08:07am by Mike Tanier
The Chiefs defense has been figured out. The Jets offense needs to keep it simple. Er. Simpler. Also, watching a Jaguars-Browns game for fun and profit.
1 comment, Last at 02 Dec 2013, 4:06pm by TomKelso
29 Nov 2013, 12:09pm by Aaron Schatz
Our friend Doug Farrar pays tribute to Paul Zimmerman with the help of Peter King, Mike Silver, and Mike Tanier.
23 comments, Last at 03 Dec 2013, 10:56am by PatsFan
27 Nov 2013, 02:01pm by Matt Waldman
The Winning Strategy of Turning an Island Into A Peninsula
6 comments, Last at 29 Nov 2013, 3:53pm by LionInAZ
27 Nov 2013, 08:12am by Mike Tanier
Happy Black Friday, celebrate Small Business Saturday, and have a holly, jolly ThanksRomokkuh.
8 comments, Last at 29 Nov 2013, 2:09am by Scott C
26 Nov 2013, 12:56pm by Aaron Schatz
Our own Robert Weintraub has an article over at Sports on Earth looking into how the NFL might change by 2020. Some of it is tongue-in-cheek, but some of it is serious. I definitely would not be surprised to see some sort of "Accu-Spotter" system, or an attempt to put limits on the work schedules of coaches. I doubt there will be an upstart seven-on-seven league, but I do think that rules to limit hitting won't destroy football's popularity because at this point fans are more interested in speed than violence. (They may be more interested in spectacle than either.)
14 comments, Last at 05 Dec 2013, 9:06am by In_Belichick_We_Trust
Auburn is the most unlikely contender ever to reach the BCS title game, but the Tigers are also hitting top speed at the right time to defend the SEC banner in Pasadena. Plus a new top 25, the Lowsman Trophy watch and the rest from the final regular-season weekend on campus.