19 Nov 2008, 07:07pm by Doug Farrar
Everyone into the rookie pool! This week's Cover-3 looks at the exploits of three first-year stars -- Denver tackle Ryan Clady, New England linebacker Jerod Mayo, and Washington safety Chris Horton.
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12 Nov 2008, 06:34pm by Doug Farrar
In this week’s Cover-3, Doug Farrar reviews Cleveland defensive tackle Shaun Rogers' performances over a three-game, 12-day stretch, and reveals why his trade from Detroit might have been the biggest Matt Millen braincramp of them all.
20 comments, Last at 06 Dec 2008, 7:02am by Karen
29 Oct 2008, 03:00pm by Doug Farrar
In this week's Cover-3: The Giants offensive line outlasts Pittsburgh's tenacious D, Matt Ryan gets an impressive education in Philadelphia, and a Bay Area reporter recalls his attendance at the Singletary press conference.
27 comments, Last at 31 Oct 2008, 11:11pm by tuluse
22 Oct 2008, 05:23pm by Doug Farrar
This week's Cover-3 features Dwight Freeney spinning out against Chad Clifton, Nate Clements and Plaxico Burress freaking out with various officials, and Brad Johnson bombing out against the Rams.
15 comments, Last at 23 Oct 2008, 10:09am by azibuck
16 Oct 2008, 12:24am by Doug Farrar
In this week's Cover-3, four different teams take direct snaps ranging from the ridiculous to the sublime. Also: The Falcons' crucial goal-line stand, and Earnest Graham, Professional Football Player.
14 comments, Last at 17 Oct 2008, 8:34am by KyleW
08 Oct 2008, 09:28am by Doug Farrar
In this week's Cover-3, we detail the mysterious disappearance of Philadelphia's offense, find out what the in name of Isaiah Kacyvenski happened to Seattle's linebackers, and catch up with J.T. O'SmellingSalts.
12 comments, Last at 10 Oct 2008, 11:17am by cjfarls
01 Oct 2008, 09:11am by Doug Farrar
This week's Cover-3 is all about second acts. Jason Campbell wants to prove that he's an elite quarterback, DeAngelo Hall wants to prove that he's worth crazy Al Davis money, and Albert Haynesworth wants to prove that there's a method to his madness. Two out of three ain't bad...
25 comments, Last at 03 Oct 2008, 11:38am by dryheat
24 Sep 2008, 01:18pm by Doug Farrar
Steeler, Power, and Counter. These are the names of the Wildcat plays that beat Bill Belichick, and their architect draws them up on YouTube for your pleasure. Plus: The McFadden Zone-Read Option, and Ryan Clady's impressive day in Denver.
20 comments, Last at 26 Sep 2008, 10:40am by jonramz
17 Sep 2008, 08:10am by Doug Farrar
Shane "Footsteps" Falco believed that glory lasts forever, but there are times when others must pick up the slack. This week, Cover-3 looks at three players asked to fill new roles, or old roles in new ways.
14 comments, Last at 18 Sep 2008, 3:58pm by panthersnbraves
10 Sep 2008, 03:34am by Doug Farrar
All three New York teams won in Week 1. How'd they pull it off? In FO's new game analysis column, Doug Farrar puts Mathias Kiwanuka, Dwight Lowery, and Buffalo's special teams under the microscope.
20 comments, Last at 10 Sep 2008, 8:02pm by Chris