Writers of Pro Football Prospectus 2008

29 Jan 2006, 11:23pm by P. Ryan Wilson

Online Overtime

You gotta love the internets, especially when it could involve live broadcasts of out-of-market NFL games. (Hat tip Deadspin; free registration/bugmenot may be required for the link.)

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3 comments, Last at 30 Jan 2006, 5:31pm by Aaron Boden

29 Jan 2006, 07:08pm by Michael David Smith

Could Kimo's Hit on Carson Cause New Rule?

Some speculation coming out of Cincinnati indicates that the NFL might change its rules to make it illegal for defensive linemen to roll into quarterbacks the way Kimo von Oelhoefen did to Carson Palmer. Rules changes resulting from one specific player or event have always interested me. Roy Williams was the most recent. Can you think of any others?

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42 comments, Last at 30 Jan 2006, 11:25pm by Björn

29 Jan 2006, 12:25am by Michael David Smith

Mock Draft: Too Early?

Don Banks prefaces his mock draft by suggesting that it's too early to engage in such an endeavor. Who's he kidding? It's never too early for a mock draft. I'd love to see a 2007 mock draft. Feel free to use this thread to discuss today's Senior Bowl as well.

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48 comments, Last at 30 Jan 2006, 2:43pm by Erasmus

27 Jan 2006, 05:59pm by Michael David Smith

Illinois Legislature: '85 Bears Best Ever

It's great to live in a state where this is what they discuss in the state capital. The state legislature in Illinois has unanimously passed a resolution declaring the 1985 Chicago Bears the best team in football history. I'm thinking about calling some of these representatives and asking for some substantive explanations of why the '85 Bears were better than the '91 Redskins or the '79 Steelers or the '72 Dolphins or the '62 Packers.

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29 comments, Last at 29 Jan 2006, 6:52pm by Ryan Mc

27 Jan 2006, 01:22pm by P. Ryan Wilson

Meet "Seven"

Thank God his parents didn't name him "Eight." (hat tip: Deadspin)

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47 comments, Last at 29 Jan 2006, 8:45pm by Sophandros

27 Jan 2006, 12:20pm by P. Ryan Wilson

A Look Back at a Season of Truths

If nothing else, you have to give Jason Whitlock credit for revisiting a season's worth of "truths," especially when they include gems like, "the Raiders are the lone winless NFL squad with a chance to qualify for the playoffs," and "the 0-4 Green Bay Packers will win the NFC North." To be fair, Whitlock's midseason predictions (Nov. 3) were all pretty accurate, and when you consider that this is the same guy who still thinks Jeff George is the best QB in the NFL, it's worth noting.

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19 comments, Last at 30 Jan 2006, 4:20am by tim

27 Jan 2006, 11:01am by Aaron Schatz

The Top Ten Reasons Larry Johnson Scares the Hell Out of Me

Larry Johnson, obvious number one overall pick in 2006 fantasy drafts ... or is he?

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16 comments, Last at 06 Feb 2006, 9:13pm by The originator

26 Jan 2006, 05:46pm by Aaron Schatz

Draft Clock Now Ticking for Kubiak

When I jokingly decided to name my fantasy football projection system after Denver offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak, I figured I had safely chosen a fairly obscure name. Nobody knew who this guy was except for Denver fans and the hardcore fans who can name all 64 coordinators. Little did I know that less than a year later, Gary Kubiak would be head coach of the Houston Texans. If the Kansas City Royals tomorrow named Bill Pecota as their manager, wouldn't this be strange for the Baseball Prospectus guys? Exactly.

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62 comments, Last at 29 Jan 2006, 11:47pm by SJM

26 Jan 2006, 02:40pm by Aaron Schatz

Dr. Z's Commentator Awards

Always a favorite. Dr. Z gives four stars this year to five crews: Ron Pitts and Tim Ryan, Kenny Albert and Brian Baldinger, Ian Eagle and Solomon Wilcots, Kevin Harlan and Randy Cross (sort of Dr. Z's "most improved" award) and Al Michaels and John Madden -- important games only. Dr.

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51 comments, Last at 27 Jan 2006, 6:31pm by LnGrrrR

26 Jan 2006, 12:51pm by P. Ryan Wilson

Hawks Will Win, Shrink Calculates

John F. Murray, a sports psychologist in Florida has developed a system that has successfully projected the winner or the team that covered the point spread in the past three Super Bowls, and he's picking the Seahawks to win by 5 to 10 points this year. See if this sounds familiar:

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49 comments, Last at 30 Jan 2006, 1:12am by John Cramer