15 Jan 2007, 06:49pm by Bill Barnwell
This pretty nifty article takes a look back at the weaknesses reported on some of the college scouting reports of current Steeler players. Steeler fans, have they improved?
15 comments, Last at 16 Jan 2007, 8:38pm by Trevor
15 Jan 2007, 05:53pm by Aaron Schatz
Pretty cool here. The NFL owns the rights to all broadcasts of the Super Bowl, no matter which network does the broadcast. They're finally going to show these broadcasts in their entirety, rather than limited to 30-minute highlight films. For the most part they chose good, close games. You've already missed Super Bowl XL, but here's the remaining schedule. Be aware that most of these are getting broadcast a second time in late night, so check the TV listings.
Super Bowl XXXII, DEN-GB, today, 4pm EST
Super Bowl XXII, WAS-DEN, tonight, 9pm EST
Super Bowl XXXVI, STL-NE, Jan. 18, 8pm EST
23 comments, Last at 17 Jan 2007, 5:12pm by justanothersteve
15 Jan 2007, 02:37pm by P. Ryan Wilson
Shockingly, Peter King uses his first 1,600 words to explain why the Patriots beat a better team Sunday: "There's a reason New England has been a feared Super Bowl contender for the last six years. You know what it is? The little things."
65 comments, Last at 19 Jan 2007, 11:55am by dryheat
15 Jan 2007, 02:28pm by P. Ryan Wilson
DJ Gallo has a behind-the-scenes look at this weekend's playoff action.
14 comments, Last at 16 Jan 2007, 8:42am by James, London
15 Jan 2007, 11:32am by Aaron Schatz
Offense wins games, but defense wins championships. If that's the case, then the Saints and Colts are in trouble. (Click link to read more.)
15 Jan 2007, 01:11am by Mike Tanier
All the thoughts of the Football Outsiders staff from the weekend. (Click link to read more.)
14 Jan 2007, 06:12pm by P. Ryan Wilson
Remember what I said last week about the Cardinalss hiring Mike Sherman with a lot of good candidates still out there? Forget that because Arizona has tapped Pittsburgh offensive coordinator Ken Whisenhunt to be their next head coach. This seems like a good move for the Cardinals and it might pave the way for the Steelers to hire Russ Grimm.
23 comments, Last at 16 Jan 2007, 4:57am by AHBM
12 Jan 2007, 05:14pm by P. Ryan Wilson
Big day for people named Gonzalez, I guess. The other Tony Gonzalez -- the 30-year-old 10-year vet -- agreed in principle to a five-year contract extension with the Kansas City Chiefs. FOXSports.com's Jay Glazer reports that "the deal includes a stunning $17.75 million in guaranteed bonus money and averages more than $6.25 million per year â€” huge numbers for a tight end â€” with $18.75 million over the first three years."
33 comments, Last at 14 Jan 2007, 6:52pm by Pat
12 Jan 2007, 12:11pm by Aaron Schatz
I don't know much about Ohio State wide receiver Anthony Gonzalez. I just wanted to point out that next year we're going to have two Tony Gonzalezes and two Steve Smiths. This is going to be a pain in the ass. I thought two Alex Smiths were bad enough, but the two Steve Smiths play the same position. It hasn't been this bad since the Rams had Mike A. Jones and Mike D. Jones. Damn you, common names! Maybe we can get Steve Smith from USC to re-name himself "LeSteve Smith" or something.
108 comments, Last at 15 Jan 2007, 1:45pm by Will Allen
The Vikings and Lions need linemen, the Packers ponder secondary concerns, and the Bears look to finally move on from Jay Cutler.