06 Nov 2006, 12:45pm by P. Ryan Wilson
Anybody want to guess what Peter King leads with this morning?
77 comments, Last at 07 Nov 2006, 3:43pm by Marko
06 Nov 2006, 11:59am by P. Ryan Wilson
While the Ravens continue to play inspired football, the AFC North defending champion Bengals have dropped four of five after starting the season 3-0, including yesterday's 26-20 loss in Baltimore. Chad Johnson's not happy about the offense, T.J. Houshmandzadeh questioned the officiating and Carson Palmer had a few words for Chris Henry after the second-year wide receiver jogged after a Hail Mary pass that was eventually intercepted.
24 comments, Last at 07 Nov 2006, 8:38pm by Tighthead
05 Nov 2006, 01:06am by Bill Barnwell
Me and Matt Cassel could become close friends cause we both never see the field and he wants to talk to me.
Jim Sorgi probably doesn't remember Roxy Music in '72, but this week's Boston Sports Media Watch feature takes a look at how rare it is for a backup QB like Cassel or Sorgi (Casorgi? Sorgisel? Thank god they're not getting married) to have to take the reins of their team over.
12 comments, Last at 09 Nov 2006, 11:45am by dryheat
03 Nov 2006, 11:04pm by Aaron Schatz
Aaron Schatz tries to examine the effects of blowouts on DVOA, particularly in the Steelers abnormally high DVOA despite a poor record. (Click link to read more.)
03 Nov 2006, 11:57am by P. Ryan Wilson
Nothing like a bunch of crotchety old guys from the '72 Dolphins -- the last team to go undefeated -- waiting for the remaining unbeaten teams to fall so they can bust out the bubbly. If nothing else, I guess it helps take their minds off the '06 Dolphins.
62 comments, Last at 20 Nov 2006, 1:20am by Don
02 Nov 2006, 11:20pm by Aaron Schatz
The play of guards usually goes unnoticed, but not by Aaron Schatz. (Click link to read more.)
02 Nov 2006, 11:12pm by Aaron Schatz
Aaron Schatz explains the high rankings for Arizona vs. #1 receivers despite some traditional statistics indicating otherwise. (Click link to read more.)
02 Nov 2006, 05:14pm by P. Ryan Wilson
It's not everyday a second-year player gets a contract extension. After signing as the Eagles' first-round pick in 2005 (including $3.8 million in guaranteed money), defensive tackle Mike Patterson inks a seven-year, $32 million extension with $9 million guaranteed. This is a little better than Maurice Clarett's contract with the Broncos.
40 comments, Last at 07 Nov 2006, 9:43am by Andrew
02 Nov 2006, 11:01am by P. Ryan Wilson
I've given Kellen Winslow a lot of gruff for all that "I'm a soldja!" stuff, but it turns out he's a really good tight end too. This week the Browns face the Chargers and predictably, one of the subplots is the Antonio Gates - Kellen Winslow matchup (as much as you can have a matchup between two players sharing a position). Currently, Winslow ranks 4th in TE DPAR and Gates ranks 8th. Not too shabby for a guy who missed almost two seasons due to various injuries. (free registration/bugmenot required)
88 comments, Last at 05 Nov 2006, 2:30am by Ben White
01 Nov 2006, 12:22pm by Doug Farrar
Not really a surprise, but still worth mentioning ... Martin, one of the most prolific running backs in NFL history, will officially announce the end of his 2006 season today. He has been on the Physically Unable to Perform list since August. Many of his teammates believe this to be the inevitable prelude to retirement - his right knee is "bone-on-bone", according to one unnamed player. The 2004 NFL rushing champ and one of Bill Parcells' all-time favorite players, Martin leaves a great legacy as a player and person. He also awaits (one would think) a no-brainer first-ballot HOF nomination.
105 comments, Last at 05 Nov 2006, 2:05pm by dryheat
Denver's defense carried the team all season, and carried Peyton Manning right to a second Super Bowl ring in his worst season. Carolina's offense joins long list of postseason duds from the 500-point club.