20 Jan 2014, 08:53am by Mike Tanier
Before I watched the championship games, I watched scouts and general managers grab Senior Bowl prospects who were barely off the plane and sit them down for interviews. It's a reminder that everything we see in the playoffs is just a tip of the iceberg.
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19 Jan 2014, 03:45pm by Aaron Schatz
I did an annual appearance on the Betting Dork podcast last week in between working on playoff previews and dealing with my usual nonsense. We didn't do much on the conference championships, but talked a bit about futures for 2014, Twitter criticism, and the limits of both stat analysis and all-22 footage.
16 Jan 2014, 08:05am by Mike Tanier
This is what happens when you write about the same quarterback matchup for your entire adult life, and also what happens when you write NFL previews while your second grader is studying for his Catholic sacraments.
There are links to some diagram articles. The Patriots and Seahawks diagrams are pretty basic, but the others have some detail.
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15 Jan 2014, 06:01pm by Aaron Schatz
Hey everybody. Almost time for those FO reader awards, and I've got a bit of a problem this year. Well, two problems, and I was hoping you could all help out. (Click to read more.)
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15 Jan 2014, 03:32pm by Robert Weintraub
Our Robert Weintraub examines how not being good at coaching became the new prerequisite to landing a college coordinator job over at Sports On Earth.
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15 Jan 2014, 12:09pm by Rivers McCown
This is the greatest news for The Week In Quotes in a long, long, time.
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14 Jan 2014, 07:47pm by Rivers McCown
Judge Brody refused a preliminary motion to approve the settlement of the NFL's concussion lawsuit. What does this mean? Sports On Earth's Patrick Hruby has you covered.
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14 Jan 2014, 02:03pm by Aaron Schatz
Yeah, I'm not getting this one. We know that Caldwell made some decisions that helped turn around the Baltimore Ravens offense last year, which in turn helped lead to their Super Bowl run. However, that same offense then collapsed this year -- on the run, they collapsed so completely that they had one of the worst running games of all time. Caldwell went to a Super Bowl with the Colts, but we all agree he basically was carried there by Peyton Manning and all the leftover talent from the Dungy era, right?
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13 Jan 2014, 10:11pm by Matt Waldman
QB Blake Bortles is a tall glass with water at the halfway mark, but is it half-full or half-empty?
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13 Jan 2014, 07:51pm by Rivers McCown
Judging by the last few games San Diego played, you have to say Whisenhunt perfectly fits the Tennessee delusion that they need to focus on running the ball.
33 comments, Last at 17 Jan 2014, 1:28pm by Noah of Arkadia
Any team can win the Super Bowl in any given year. What would it look like for the league's worst team to somehow win it?