15 Jul 2007
Yes, it's time for that fun debate, ranking all 32 teams at every position. What, you say, some other website is doing this same thing? Ah, yes, but FOX has been doing this for years, and this is the second year that they've left Football Outsiders in charge. We have an "Inc." in our name, too, even if the only people who ever see it are our accountant and the IRS. Even better, this year's articles feature the always fun FOX reader comments. Mike Tanier kicks things off for 2007 with quarterbacks, led by you know who, followed by you know who.
The rest of the schedule for this week: WR/TE on Tuesday (Bill Barnwell), RB on Wednesday (Alex Carnevale), and OL on Thursday (Michael David Smith). Next week: DL on Monday (Ned Macey), LB on Tuesday (Doug Farrar), DB on Wednesday (Aaron Schatz), ST on Thursday (Ryan Wilson), and coaches on Friday (Mike Tanier again). Please note that while we discussed the rankings among the whole staff, the final ranking at each position is determined by the writer of each column, and doesn't represent groupthink. To keep things fresh, nobody is writing the same position as 2006.
This series also means the end of our slow summer. The content will start to rev up again over the next two weeks.
38 comments, Last at 29 Jul 2007, 10:42pm by Chris
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.