12 Nov 2005, 10:53am by admin
This week's game previews feature New England beginning the easy half of its schedule with a divisional matchup against Miami and Atlanta playing Green Bay in a game that looks like a mismatch in the standings but might not be. Plus, Michael David Smith on Steve Smith (no relation), the best little man in the NFL.
04 Nov 2005, 05:54pm by admin
This week's game previews from the New York Sun are a pair of NFC divisional contests, Carolina at Tampa Bay and Philadelphia at Washington. Plus, a bonus article by Michael David Smith on the Kansas City Chiefs' running back controversy.
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28 Oct 2005, 04:28pm by admin
This weekâ€™s game previews from the New York Sun, plus a bonus: Michael David Smith on Mike Martz.
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22 Oct 2005, 06:40pm by admin
This week's game previews from the New York Sun, plus a bonus: Michael David Smith fills up our Broncos quota for the entire season with a piece on the Denver defensive line. Now, we need to catch up by writing about the other 31 teams.
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15 Oct 2005, 12:10am by admin
Two AFC East teams head on the road to take on two surprising 4-1 squads in these game previews from Friday's New York Sun. Plus, Michael David Smith looks at Trent Dilfer's return to Baltimore.
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01 Oct 2005, 03:32pm by admin
In the NFL schedule lottery this year, no division drew a shorter stick than the AFC West, where each team will face both defending conference champions before the season is done. Aaron Schatz highlights two of those matchups in the return of FO's New York Sun game previews. Plus a bonus article: Michael David Smith on Indianapolis defensive line coach John Teerlinck.
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04 Feb 2005, 01:43am by Aaron Schatz
The New England Patriots have shut down the unstoppable Colts and walked all over the impenetrable Steelers. Now the Philadelphia Eagles will attempt to stand astride their march towards history, yelling "Stop." With help from Michael David Smithâ€™s tape analysis, added notes from resident Eagles fan Mike Tanier, injury analysis from Will Carroll of Baseball Prospectus, and our Football Outsiders statistics, Aaron previews Super Bowl XXXIX.
21 Jan 2005, 05:34pm by Aaron Schatz
Very simple: The two best, most balanced teams in football this year, and only one gets to go to the Super Bowl. With help from Michael David Smith's tape analysis, added notes from resident Steelers fan Ryan Wilson, and our Football Outsiders statistics, Aaron previews the AFC conference championship.
21 Jan 2005, 01:26pm by Aaron Schatz
Philadelphia dominated the NFC all season. Last week they showed that they can still score points without Terrell Owens in the lineup. Now the only eight feet stand between the Eagles and a long-awaited trip to the Super Bowl: the two feet of Michael Vick, the two feet of Warrick Dunn, the two feet of T.J. Duckett, and the two feet of snow that might be falling on Philadelphia Saturday night. With help from Michael David Smithâ€™s tape analysis and our Football Outsiders statistics, Aaron previews the NFC conference championship.
14 Jan 2005, 02:45pm by Aaron Schatz
This year's NFC postseason feels a bit like the Division II playoffs, but that doesn't mean it can't be fun. These four teams are going to score more than an all-male a capella group after a concert at Wellesley College. With help from Michael David Smith's tape analysis and our Football Outsiders statistics, Aaron previews the NFC semifinals and makes possibly the first-ever reference on an NFL website to the obscure Athens band Pylon.