21 Nov 2005, 04:51pm by Aaron Schatz
Here's the latest edition of Quick Reads, featuring the best and worst DPAR ratings of the week. Somebody had the most valuable game of the season yesterday, but it wasn't Peyton Manning or Carson Palmer. It was Drew Brees. The Sage Rosenfels joke originally read "After watching this game, Reform Judaism reconsidering stance on patrilineal descent" but I decided that this was even more obscure than the Bobby Engram Scientology joke from a couple weeks back.
41 comments, Last at 22 Nov 2005, 8:25pm by Gut of the quantifier
16 Nov 2005, 09:31pm by Mike Tanier
We've discovered the one thing that will stop people from talking about T.O. for a while. That's right, one of us is officially going on record: The '72 Dolphins are popping the champagne Sunday night. Plus the usual look at the other games this week as well as the next cover of Celebrity Car magazine.
44 comments, Last at 18 Nov 2005, 9:34pm by mshray63
15 Nov 2005, 07:26pm by Michael David Smith
Here's my interview with Bill Romanowski, the NFL bad boy turned author. I asked him about THG, concussions, J.J. Stokes, Sheryl Swoopes, drinking urine, and the injuries he inflicted on Kerry Collins, Dave Meggett and Marcus Williams.
19 comments, Last at 16 Nov 2005, 3:12pm by Michael David Smith
14 Nov 2005, 08:56pm by Aaron Schatz
Here are this week's Quick Reads, the top players according to DPAR and all the quarterbacks. Some surprising names on top of the list this week, in part because the best quarterback performances of Week 10 came against the league's worst pass defenses and thus were less impressive. Plus, find out which familiar name from the past matched Jake Plummer's magical trick of making interceptions disappear, and find out which running back projection from PFP 2005 was shockingly accurate.
31 comments, Last at 16 Nov 2005, 10:58pm by Matt Weiner
11 Nov 2005, 01:16pm by admin
From the people who brought you the NFL's most overpaid players (us) comes this list of the NFL's most underpaid players, written by Bill Moore. This sure looked a lot different when the rough draft was done two weeks ago, but then three players on the list signed extensions and are no longer underpaid. Numerous appearances here by members of the New England Patriots and Denver Broncos, although we're sad FOX edited out the New Orleans Saints of Baton Rouge joke.
13 comments, Last at 16 Nov 2005, 10:01am by senser81
10 Nov 2005, 05:53pm by Mike Tanier
In this week's FOXSports.com rundown, Mike Tanier quotes Andre 3000, gets ready for Sunday's Navajo broadcast of the Raiders-Broncos game, and picks the Dolphins to upset the Patriots. Hmmm, in tomorrow's New York Sun your humble editor will point out that Miami's secondary is surprisingly mediocre this year and pick the Patriots. Outsider fight!
23 comments, Last at 15 Nov 2005, 2:28pm by Ashley Tate
08 Nov 2005, 07:13pm by Aaron Schatz
Here's an archive of today's FO chat at BaseballProspectus.com -- thanks to those guys, as always, for loaning me the space. Today's chat discussed LaDainian Tomlinson, football in Los Angeles, the future of Curtis Martin and Priest Holmes, statistical analysis of college football, and criticisms of our fantasy football projections.
8 comments, Last at 10 Nov 2005, 10:14am by James Gibson
07 Nov 2005, 04:47pm by Aaron Schatz
Here's the latest Quick Reads at FOXSports.com with DPAR for all quarterbacks in Week 9 plus the top running backs and receivers. This week, find out why Eli Manning is having a historic season. Not historically great, just historically odd. Plus, I channel Trent Reznor and reveal how Atlanta can win the Super Bowl.
40 comments, Last at 09 Nov 2005, 1:58pm by CaffeineMan
02 Nov 2005, 06:01pm by Mike Tanier
Here's the FO rundown on this weekend's games over at FOXSports.com. This week, Mike covers the latest game in the Chiefs-Raiders rivalry, the battle of the bounce back between Washington and Philly, and some game in Massachusetts.
28 comments, Last at 04 Nov 2005, 6:48pm by dryheat
31 Oct 2005, 07:34pm by Aaron Schatz
Here's the latest edition of FOX Quick Reads: all the quarterbacks ranked by DPAR, along with the top running backs and wide receivers. Which of the 150-yard rushers tops this week's list? Actually, the answer is "none of them." Also this week: I quote Talmud, turn the Philadelphia Eagles fight song into the Cleveland Browns fight song, and officially kick off that great national debate, "Where will Aaron Brooks be a backup in 2006?"
41 comments, Last at 01 Nov 2005, 7:39pm by Mr. Miyagi