20 Sep 2006, 11:17am by P. Ryan Wilson
If there's any player who has the right to speak up after his team starts the season 0-2 it's Kellen Winslow. Since, you know, he's played in all of four games in three seasons. So Romeo Crennel, listen up: "Some of the coaches might just be holding us back a little bit ... I don't mean to try to go behind their backs or whatever, but let's go, let's air it out, let's run the ball, let's make plays, let's be exciting."
69 comments, Last at 21 Sep 2006, 10:49pm by Kevin11
20 Sep 2006, 09:45am by P. Ryan Wilson
Hey Musburger, loose lips sink ships. Or something like that. Seriously, during these game preparation meetings don't teams explain what can and can't be discussed on the air?
19 comments, Last at 21 Sep 2006, 11:23am by stan
20 Sep 2006, 01:04am by Aaron Schatz
The Saints are 2-0…and 31st in DVOA. Aaron Schatz explains why and compares them to other teams with similar starts in the DVOA era. (Click link to read more.)
20 Sep 2006, 12:57am by Mike Tanier
Michael Koenen could not make it a full year as a combo kicker/punter. How did the last guy who did it lose his job? (Click link to read more.)
19 Sep 2006, 01:54pm by P. Ryan Wilson
Here's the latest from Mr. Easterbrook. All 9,000 words.
57 comments, Last at 20 Sep 2006, 5:04pm by Joe
19 Sep 2006, 01:09am by Aaron Schatz
Is Reggie Williams hot start to the season real or a fluke? Aaron Schatz uses similarity scores to try and find out. (Click link to read more.)
18 Sep 2006, 12:48pm by P. Ryan Wilson
Here's Peter King's latest. And let me just add that this week's Quote of the Week is more like the Quote of the Millennium:
"Since Art Shell came back, this is a miracle performed here today.''
-- California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, during the third quarter of last Monday's Raiders-Chargers game on ESPN.
102 comments, Last at 21 Sep 2006, 12:33pm by Bjorn
18 Sep 2006, 10:51am by Michael David Smith
If you watched the Oregon-Oklahoma game, you had to be shaking your head at terrible officiating at the end of the game. Twice the referee halted the game for a replay review, and twice when the review was over he turned on his microphone afterward and told us things that were demonstrably false regarding where and when a player touched the ball.
119 comments, Last at 25 Sep 2006, 10:53am by Trogdor
18 Sep 2006, 09:59am by P. Ryan Wilson
If you just glance at the stat line, Drew Bledsoe's numbers look a lot worse than they really were. Dallas receivers were dropping passes like they were the 2004 Seahawks and Terrell Owens had a, ahem, hand in that. But T.O. has a good excuse: He broke his finger. Early reports have him out 2-4 weeks but the Cowboys have a bye and the Texans coming up so there's a chance he won't miss any meaningful action.
20 comments, Last at 19 Sep 2006, 8:54pm by Steve Sandvik
15 Sep 2006, 07:56pm by P. Ryan Wilson
Having the best fans in the world is the second best thing to winning, right? Honestly, good for Cleveland and their fans. First the Cavs re-signed LeBron, and now this. Here's the link to the full fan loyalty rankings. If Monday night's late game was any indication, the Raiders' ranking is just about right.
75 comments, Last at 13 Oct 2006, 12:17am by The Jason
As actual NFL football returns to our lives, we have observations on good quarterback play in Dallas, bad quarterback play in Denver, the Olympics, baseball, taxes, and mermaids.