Writers of Pro Football Prospectus 2008

04 Sep 2005, 06:43pm by Michael David Smith

Four Downs: NFC North

There's cautious optimism in the NFC North for improvement in the Bears' awful offense and everyone else's awful defense. As Michael David Smith writes in his final Four Downs, the emphasis is on "cautious."

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22 comments, Last at 08 Sep 2005, 9:55am by Wicked

02 Sep 2005, 12:45pm by Will Carroll

Four Downs: AFC East

The Bills get their backups in order, the Jets get their chemistry in order, and the Dolphins get their offense in order. Or not. Will Carroll sits in for the AFC East's final version of Four Downs.

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10 comments, Last at 05 Sep 2005, 1:53am by johonny

31 Aug 2005, 09:58pm by Russell Levine

Four Downs: NFC South

There are more important issues in New Orleans, but this is a football site, so we talk football. In the final edition of Four Downs for the NFC South, Russell has the scoop on the homeless Saints and the latest news from their division foes.

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38 comments, Last at 06 Sep 2005, 11:45pm by Danny

28 Aug 2005, 07:23pm by Mike Tanier

Four Downs: AFC West

The AFC West is where the bad boys go, and we're not just talking about Raiders anymore. Mike Tanier catches you up on all the pot-smokin', bouncer-bashin', league-suin', speaker-climbin', injury-nursin', signing-bonus-skippin' action in his last edition of Four Downs.

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26 comments, Last at 30 Aug 2005, 10:23pm by Todd S.

26 Aug 2005, 12:55pm by P. Ryan Wilson

Four Downs: AFC North

While the Bengals work on run defense, the Ravens work on figuring out who's supposed to get the handoff. Plus, which depth chart is harder to figure out, the Pittsburgh running backs or the Cleveland receivers? It's one more trip around the AFC North with Ryan Wilson.

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15 comments, Last at 29 Aug 2005, 4:52pm by JMM

25 Aug 2005, 10:15am by Ned Macey

Four Downs: AFC South

The Texans turn to a New Orleans castoff to solve their offensive line problems. The Colts are relying on Wolverines. The Jaguars' offense may be even worse than anyone thought. As for the Titans, Steve McNair may be back and Pacman is an interesting character. Here's the final edition of Four Downs for the AFC South.

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9 comments, Last at 30 Aug 2005, 2:09pm by Chicago Scott

22 Aug 2005, 01:26pm by Mike Tanier

Four Downs: NFC West

Mike Tanier reports the hot news from the NFC West as teams break camp: Kurt Warner stumbles, Alex Smith crumbles, Matt Hasselbeck shops, Richie Incognito fumes, Andy Stokes becomes relevent, Mike Martz juggles cornerbacks, Denny Green shuffles centers, and Mike Holmgren gives the boys a day off.

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12 comments, Last at 24 Aug 2005, 8:52pm by MikeT

27 Jul 2005, 11:26am by Ned Macey

Four Downs: AFC South

The Texans' playoff drive may depend on Derick Armstrong. The Colts made headlines but no roster moves. The Jaguars have a huge hole at running back, but they were wise to not fill it with the Titans' solution, Travis Henry. Plus a look at a strategy working around the nation to extract money from cash-strapped cities.

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22 comments, Last at 08 Aug 2005, 8:37am by Mr Shush

19 Jul 2005, 02:33pm by Al Bogdan

Four Downs: NFC East

Washington's defense is falling apart because of legal troubles, but could the Law have the biggest impact in Dallas? Who will have the honor of holding a clipboard for Eli Manning or dropping passes in place of Terrell Owens? Al Bogdan takes you around the NFC East in the latest edition of Four Downs.

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64 comments, Last at 27 Jul 2005, 10:54pm by dwn&distance

15 Jul 2005, 12:36pm by Aaron Schatz

Four Downs: AFC East

What other Buffalo running back left town after a season remarkably similar to Travis Henry's 2004? What are the biggest offensive DVOA turnarounds of the past few years, and could Miami possibly match them? Who will fill the holes in the Jets secondary? Aaron attempts to answer these questions in the latest edition of Four Downs.

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55 comments, Last at 12 Aug 2005, 1:48pm by Led