02 Feb 2006, 02:38pm by Michael David Smith
This is always one of my favorite pre-Super Bowl features. Paul Zimmerman goes through the Steelers and the Seahawks position-by-position and tells us which team has the better player.
49 comments, Last at 03 Feb 2006, 8:27pm by Jerry
02 Feb 2006, 12:53pm by Aaron Schatz
A preview of my Super Bowl preview, audio style. Before we started I said I was going to keep this shorter and it ended up going a half hour anyway. I just like to talk football, I guess. There are a lot more pregnant pauses in this interview compared to the first one, probably an indication that I really need a nap that lasts, I dunno, two weeks or so.
6 comments, Last at 03 Feb 2006, 11:08am by admin
02 Feb 2006, 12:13pm by P. Ryan Wilson
Blue Horseshoe loves Grant Bowman. This should be a lesson to us all: If you get released from an NFL team, take a desk job, hope your team makes it to the Super Bowl, pray for an injury, and hope you get re-signed to the practice squad before the bus leaves for the airport.
4 comments, Last at 02 Feb 2006, 11:23pm by Ruben
02 Feb 2006, 10:53am by P. Ryan Wilson
For me, the endless drama that is the McNabb-Owens story can be described in one tidy little sentence: The gift that keeps on giving. This makes the "Jerome Bettis is from Detroit" angle almost seem fresh.
62 comments, Last at 03 Feb 2006, 1:34am by dCalla
02 Feb 2006, 08:22am by Michael David Smith
The Smoking Gun has finally gotten its hands on the police report that details the infamous incident of the Carolina Panthers cheerleaders in the bathroom stall. Hat tip: Deadspin.com.
14 comments, Last at 02 Feb 2006, 8:49pm by BjÃ¶rn
01 Feb 2006, 07:33pm by Michael David Smith
I'm not sure what Jim Thomas means when he writes that Mike Martz has accepted an offer to become the Lions' offensive coordinator, only to add, "But it's not quite a done deal. As of mid-day Wednesday, contract terms had yet to be worked out." I don't think you've accepted an offer if you haven't agreed to a contract. But it sounds like this deal is going to get done, and if you're a Lions fan you have to be thrilled.
22 comments, Last at 02 Feb 2006, 9:04pm by zlionsfan
01 Feb 2006, 03:58pm by Michael David Smith
Scripps Howard News Service has conducted a study that concludes that NFL players often die young because they're too heavy. King Kaufman proposes that requiring players to play both offense and defense would force the largest players to shed some fat and improve their stamina, which would make them less likely to die of heart ailments.
33 comments, Last at 02 Feb 2006, 3:06am by Pat
01 Feb 2006, 03:48pm by Aaron Schatz
Joey Porter is angry. Angry, angry, angry. Why so angry? Because Seattle tight end Jerramy Stevens has the unmitigated gall to actually believe that his team will win this game. How dare he! Seattle should be going into this game with the belief that they will lose; anything else is disrespectful to the Steelers. Then again, if Joey Porter is saying that the Seahawks have no right to say that they will win, isn't he disrespecting the Seahawks? They won more games, right?
34 comments, Last at 04 Feb 2006, 5:03pm by MRH
01 Feb 2006, 02:34pm by P. Ryan Wilson
The NFL Network had wall-to-wall coverage of Media Day, but some of the more, shall we say, ridiculous questions didn't make it on the air. No worries because this Seattle Post-Intelligencer article has it covered. My favorite? When Seahawks punter Tom Roen was asked, "If you had a nickel for every time someone said this game was about punting, how much money would you have?" He responded, "A nickel."
5 comments, Last at 02 Feb 2006, 8:31am by wigwam47
01 Feb 2006, 11:00am by P. Ryan Wilson
Scroll down and you'll see a blurb about Tony Kornheiser possibly joining Monday Night Football if Al Michaels moves over to NBC with John Madden. According to the story, Mike Tirico would be first in line to replace Michaels, but at this point it's mostly speculation. No word on whether Michaels wants out of his contract because he's slated to work with Joe Theismann. (free registration/bugmenot required)
23 comments, Last at 01 Feb 2006, 11:14pm by SJM
Our offseason Four Downs series ends with a look at the NFC West's biggest remaining holes and their most notable UDFA signings. The Rams and 49ers have to kick-start their passing games, Arizona's offense lacks a big dimension, and the Seahawks continue to rely on Russell Wilson's magic tricks.