31 Aug 2006, 02:16pm by P. Ryan Wilson
Look at that, Jason Whitlock writes a really creepy column about his best bud, Jeff George. Nope, didn't see that coming. Arguably the weirdest, most uncomfortable section includes these nuggets: "There's no reason Jeff George can't be a backup quarterback for the next couple of years.
74 comments, Last at 06 Sep 2006, 12:19am by The Mulgrew
31 Aug 2006, 01:03pm by P. Ryan Wilson
Here it is, Dr. Z's 2006 predictions. Like a lot of people, he likes the Panthers in the NFC, but his AFC pick is ... well, not the Steelers, Broncos or Pats.
68 comments, Last at 02 Sep 2006, 1:19am by Jake
31 Aug 2006, 10:34am by P. Ryan Wilson
By most accounts, this is a win-win for both sides. The Steelers lock up a running back just entering his prime, and Willie Parker signs a contract that pays him handsomely, but probably a few dollars short of what he could've earned in free agency with another solid season.
9 comments, Last at 04 Sep 2006, 9:02am by centrifuge
30 Aug 2006, 05:57pm by P. Ryan Wilson
Okay, this list must be in random order because I don't get some of these rankings. Specifically, the poor chap at No. 10. It goes without saying, but I'll repeat it anyway: Somebody will pay for this, probably in the form of decapitation.
77 comments, Last at 01 Sep 2006, 2:13pm by Daniel
30 Aug 2006, 12:04pm by Aaron Schatz
To go along with their agreement to broadcast Sunday Night Football, NBC Sports has redesigned and expanded its website. In the football realm, at least, they are attempting to compete with ESPN, SI, FOX, and CBS Sportsline. Now, while nobody should ever get the wrong impression -- FOXSports.com is by far the best NFL website out there, that Ned Macey guy is very interesting and that Mike Tanier guy is always funny -- NBC did make a nice move by hiring Tom Curran away from the Providence Journal-Bulletin to be their lead NFL writer.
25 comments, Last at 04 Sep 2006, 1:37pm by stan
30 Aug 2006, 10:57am by P. Ryan Wilson
This has to be some kind of record. The Washington Redskins, in desperate need of punting help, signed Eddie Johnson to compete with Derrick Frost. After a morning workout, Johnson complained of a sore leg and the Redskins promptly cut him. I know what you're thinking -- I'm thinking the same thing: ROBO-PUNTER! ROBO-PUNTER! ROBO-PUNTER! Dan Snyder's got the money, so what's the hold up? And if you don't like that idea, how about putting Tom Cruise back there? Who wouldn't want to see that? (free registration/bugmenot required)
21 comments, Last at 30 Aug 2006, 6:57pm by Bobman
29 Aug 2006, 01:56pm by P. Ryan Wilson
If you're looking for your TMQ basketball fix, it's only 51 weeks away.
60 comments, Last at 31 Aug 2006, 3:52pm by Wanker79
29 Aug 2006, 12:56pm by P. Ryan Wilson
I don't know if this will have any real effect on wins and losses, but Chad Pennington re-wins the starting job in New York. Also worth noting: Curtis Martin will start the year on the PUP list while Kevan Barlow, Derrick Blaylock and Cedric Houston share the carries.
8 comments, Last at 29 Aug 2006, 4:50pm by Sean
29 Aug 2006, 09:49am by P. Ryan Wilson
We hope to post more college-related Extra Points this season and DJ Gallo's look at the top 20 Heisman candidates seems like as good a place to start as any.
8 comments, Last at 30 Aug 2006, 2:09pm by Kevin11
28 Aug 2006, 09:55pm by Aaron Schatz
On one hand, we seem to be in the middle of a paradigm shift when it comes to knee injuries. Carson Palmer, Braylon Edwards, Daunte Culpepper -- all these guys are coming back faster than anyone ever imagined. On the other hand, you have whatever is wrong with Domanick Davis, which nobody seems very clear about. But today, Gary Kubiak named sixth-round pick Wali Lundy as his starter and suggested that the Texans might cut Davis on Friday. It would truly be an astonishing turn of events.
47 comments, Last at 31 Aug 2006, 12:46pm by Mr Shush
A Super Bowl berth could be decided by the Patriots' ability to contain Le'Veon Bell -- and by Pittsburgh's ability to avoid their usual defensive breakdowns against New England.