27 Jan 2009, 06:18pm by Aaron Schatz
Here's the latest B.S. Report, the final "Mega Playoff Podcast Edition" with Cousin Sal, Michael Lombardi, and myself. This sucker is 80 minutes long. Yikes.
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27 Jan 2009, 03:45pm by Ned Macey
Ned Macey takes a look at the differences between the 2005 and 2008 Pittsburgh Steelers. In total DVOA, the difference is almost zero, but underneath the surface a lot of specific strengths and weaknesses have changed.
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26 Jan 2009, 04:23pm by Aaron Schatz
In this extra piece for ESPN Insider, I look at where the Cardinals stand among the most pass-happy teams in NFL history. As you might imagine, their regular season blows away any other team in Super Bowl history... but things have changed in January.
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22 Jan 2009, 12:58pm by Bill Barnwell
In this feature for ESPN Insider, we analyze the best receiving performances in NFL history.
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19 Jan 2009, 04:10pm by Bill Barnwell
Learn where Kurt Warner and Larry Fitzgerald fall on the list of the best playoff performances by DYAR. (Hint: Very high.)
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16 Jan 2009, 11:25am by Doug Farrar
In this ESPN Insider feature, Doug Farrar looks at how Donovan McNabb performed before and after the Cardinals game that marked the Eagles turnaround.
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15 Jan 2009, 10:23pm by Aaron Schatz
Here's Numbers Crunching for the Championship games, sort of a preview of our previews that will run on Friday. You'll learn about Arizona's home-field advantage, all the Steelers and Ravens that ranked among the NFL's leaders in Defeats, and a lot of other stuff.
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12 Jan 2009, 06:27pm by Bill Barnwell
You will be surprised who had the best quarterback game of the week, but you won't be surprised who had the worst. Plus: We say nice things about Willie Parker!
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12 Jan 2009, 05:15pm by Aaron Schatz
Bill Simmons went 0-4 on his picks this weekend, and wants to know if anybody can figure out what's going on in this year's playoffs. Hey, we can! Well, as long as your question does not concern the Arizona Cardinals. Anyway, Bill and I look back at the Divisional round and preview the Conference Championships, plus his usual discussions with Cousin Sal and Michael Lombardi.
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12 Jan 2009, 05:14pm by Ned Macey
Given the wild weekend, AGS takes a look at all three upsets in this surprising Divisional Round. Baltimore lives on turnovers. Arizona suddenly plays great defense. Philadelphia has played great defense all season.
10 comments, Last at 13 Jan 2009, 6:26pm by Alvin Mullins