24 Nov 2006, 12:45am by Aaron Schatz
What could the other network be? (Click link to read more.)
22 Nov 2006, 03:51pm by P. Ryan Wilson
I can understand why Denny Green would lose his job, but shouldn't the Cardinals set their sights a little higher than Steve Marriuci?
53 comments, Last at 26 Nov 2006, 5:50pm by NF
22 Nov 2006, 11:11am by P. Ryan Wilson
Am I the only person who thinks benching Jake Plummer for rookie Jay Cutler is a bit premature? Since, you know, the Broncos have a really good chance to make the playoffs.
(UPDATE: 9pm Wednesday night, this now points to an NFL.com article where Adam Schefter reports that the Broncos will start Plummer this week, but will replace him with Cutler beginning with the Sunday night game against the Seahawks on December 3.)
85 comments, Last at 02 Dec 2006, 12:26am by dan77
22 Nov 2006, 11:09am by Mike Tanier
Happy Thanksgiving! And what could you be more thankful for than high school football?
21 Nov 2006, 07:34pm by Michael David Smith
Credit where it's due: Peter King shows some honest-to-goodness analysis in this week's mailbag. Perhaps taking a page from Dr. Z's playbook, he charted every single one of Eli Manning's passes last night. Conclusion: "Though I don't think it's hopeless, his accuracy has to be a concern to the Giants."
35 comments, Last at 04 Dec 2007, 3:02am by mike dale
21 Nov 2006, 04:13pm by P. Ryan Wilson
Gregg Easterbrook writes that there were an unusual number of awful-looking interceptions in the NFL during Week 11 and he's blaming "SportsCenter."
49 comments, Last at 28 Nov 2006, 10:27am by Starshatterer
21 Nov 2006, 03:52pm by P. Ryan Wilson
Here's an interesting article about Steve Bornstein, the NFL's executive vice president for media. After stints with ESPN and ABC, Bornstein hopes to build the three-year-old NFL Network into a success. With 40 million viewers, it looks like he's on the right track, but there's a snag: as the NFL gets ready to broadcast it's first live game this Thursday, the NFL Network and cable companies are still squabbling over the details. And yes, details means money.
24 comments, Last at 23 Nov 2006, 12:30am by mactbone
21 Nov 2006, 12:11pm by P. Ryan Wilson
Losing your starting quarterback is never a good thing ... well, unless you're the Redskins, but even with Donovan McNabb done for the season, the Philadelphia Eagles are only a game back of the division leaders. So here's the question: can Philly make the playoffs with Jeff Garcia, A.J. Feeley, or some combination of the two? And looking forward, should the team give serious consideration to finding a quality backup?
40 comments, Last at 22 Nov 2006, 2:55pm by Billy Penn
21 Nov 2006, 11:14am by Aaron Schatz
Rex Grossman: the king of making blowouts even more lopsided.
21 Nov 2006, 01:26am by P. Ryan Wilson
Brett Favre cannot be stopped and anyone who gets in his way will be destroyed. Or something like that. Aaron Rodgers is done for the season with a broken foot and rookie Ingle Martin is now the backup.
29 comments, Last at 21 Nov 2006, 11:11pm by Arkaein
"Last team with the ball wins" is a cliche, but sometimes cliches are the best way to get across the central narrative of an important game. If you like great quarterback play, you have to watch the NFC Championship Game.