15 Aug 2006, 09:03pm by P. Ryan Wilson
After injuring his knee in last night's preseason game, Vikings first-round pick Chad Greenway is done for the season.
UPDATE: Things just got worse for Minnesota; Koren Robinson was arrested last night on suspicion of drunken driving.
30 comments, Last at 18 Aug 2006, 3:34am by Peter
15 Aug 2006, 01:32pm by P. Ryan Wilson
Okay folks, have at it.
68 comments, Last at 17 Aug 2006, 9:11pm by Richie
15 Aug 2006, 10:24am by P. Ryan Wilson
Tony Kornheiser gets a less than stellar review from the Washington Post, of all places. To be fair, it's preseason for the announcing crew too, so I'm willing to cut Mr. Tony some slack. (free registration/bugmenot required)
48 comments, Last at 16 Aug 2006, 12:43pm by Joe Pisarcik Magnate
14 Aug 2006, 03:04pm by P. Ryan Wilson
Let's just hope no one in the studio fake-moons Joe Buck during the pregame show. The mock exasperated incredulity might be too much for Jimmy Johnson's hair.
31 comments, Last at 20 Aug 2006, 3:24pm by Patricia Rueter
14 Aug 2006, 01:33pm by P. Ryan Wilson
D.J. Gallo don't need no stinkin' KUBIAK projections. Of course, he's sure to finish last in his league, but that kinda misses the point. No. 9 on his list might be my favorite.
16 comments, Last at 16 Aug 2006, 10:09am by mactbone
14 Aug 2006, 11:54am by Michael David Smith
Who do you think Peter King writes about in the opening to this week's Monday Morning Quarterback? C'mon, guess. If you said Brett Favre, you win!
53 comments, Last at 15 Aug 2006, 6:35am by Flux
14 Aug 2006, 09:15am by Doug Farrar
Ah, Southeast Jerome, we hardly knew ye. Now, Washington halfback Clinton Portis will be out at least the rest of the preseason with what has been diagnosed as a subluxation (partial dislocation) of his left shoulder in the Redskins' 19-3 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals on the NBC Sunday Night Football debut. In addition, Washington linebacker Chris Clemons suffered a sprained knee ligament in the first quarter.
53 comments, Last at 22 Aug 2006, 1:44am by Travis
12 Aug 2006, 07:36pm by Aaron Schatz
When teams are heavily penalized, who is responsible? It turns out there's plenty of blame to go around: not only to the players, but to the officials. Some officiating crews simply call more penalties than others, and different officiating crews call different penalties at different rates. When you get stuck with the more penalty-happy refs, you end up like the New York Giants: second in penalties in 2005, but also first in penalties by their opponents.
44 comments, Last at 15 Aug 2006, 3:55pm by Irish Fan
12 Aug 2006, 12:53pm by P. Ryan Wilson
Head coach Bill Parcells has named career backup QB Tony Romo the starter for tonight's preseason game, which has led to some speculation that Romo could be the Week 1 starter too. From the article: "Whispers around Oxnard are that Cowboys coaches think [Drew] Bledsoe still does too many stupid things that cost his team. He holds the ball too long. He is sack-prone. He is good for a throw a game that coaches, fans and everybody else instantly want back." Yep, that sounds like the Bledsoe I remember during his AFC East days, but come on, he's still better than Romo, right?
25 comments, Last at 14 Aug 2006, 8:47am by dryheat
11 Aug 2006, 02:50pm by P. Ryan Wilson
Personally, I enjoyed watching the spectacle that was the Ray-Ray pregame dance. Instead of No. 52 rubbing field turf all over his uniform to get the crowd sufficiently pumped, the PA announcer will now just introduce the whole team. On the upside, "... fans who watch tonight's game will see a whole new introduction video to the team, featuring many players with the theme music from the movie 'Batman Begins.'" Nothing like Bruce Wayne to get you psyched for some football.
14 comments, Last at 13 Aug 2006, 1:28am by Scott de B.
The Giants and Ravens set a record in Super Bowl XXXV with 21 total punts. That record may well be in jeopardy. But in this battle of top defenses, Carolina's superior and more flexible offense gives the Panthers the edge.