12 Jan 2006, 01:19pm by admin
Dan Lewis passed this along, thinking FO readers might be interested. Details are in the comments.
8 comments, Last at 12 Jan 2006, 10:15pm by Sid
12 Jan 2006, 11:19am by P. Ryan Wilson
Sigh. Well, the Colts might have to special order a wall-sized bulletin board for this one. As Steelers fan Israel wrote, "Joey Porter throws down the gauntlet at Troy Polamalu, challenging him for team dummy."
70 comments, Last at 18 Jan 2006, 10:47pm by david
11 Jan 2006, 06:12pm by P. Ryan Wilson
This is funny, well, because it's Ed friggin' Hochuli. And if anybody's interested, here's my workout schedule:
Monday: 5 minutes on Nordic Track while playing Atari 2600
Wednesday: 10 situps using Abdominizer and pretending I'm T.O. in my front yard (shirt optional)
Diet: Carbs, Sugars, Fats (mostly beer and Reuben sandwiches).
Repeat until fit.
22 comments, Last at 12 Jan 2006, 8:25pm by paytonrules
11 Jan 2006, 04:03pm by Michael David Smith
Football Outsiders reader Paul Noonan has a blog where I always learn something. Today I learned about MyHeritage.com, which has face recognition software that allows you to upload a picture of yourself or someone you know and see which celebrities the picture most resembles. So I thought it might be fun for us to enter some folks from the football world and see what the technology comes up with. I got things started with one central figure in each of the upcoming weekend's games:
16 comments, Last at 12 Jan 2006, 1:24pm by Samuel
11 Jan 2006, 01:23pm by Michael David Smith
Memo to the Detroit Free Press: Do you think you could have zoomed in on Russ Grimm's mug shot a little more? I think this is the first time I've ever been able to count how many pores are in an offensive line coach's face.
41 comments, Last at 12 Jan 2006, 6:35pm by zlionsfan
11 Jan 2006, 01:04pm by P. Ryan Wilson
Meet your 2006 Baltimore Ravens starting quarterback! Well, not quite. Carson Palmer has made it known that he'd like the Bengals to try and keep Kitna, but with pretty slim free agent pickins' at the position, it wouldn't be surprising to see Kitna end up in Baltimore. (free registration/bugmenot required)
6 comments, Last at 12 Jan 2006, 4:12am by Sean
11 Jan 2006, 12:12pm by Michael David Smith
You gotta love the headline writers for the New York tabloids. The story is juicy, too: Plaxico Burress didn't show up for the Giants' final meeting of the season on Monday. We all know how Tom Coughlin is about meetings, so this is no way to start the off-season. I really wish I could see every one of the Giants' offensive plays on the coaches' tape because when the TV angles showed Burress against Carolina, he looked like he was dogging it big time. To me, that's a much greater sin than skipping a meeting.
12 comments, Last at 11 Jan 2006, 11:43pm by better accs (NJ)
10 Jan 2006, 03:39pm by P. Ryan Wilson
(Genuflect) No disrespect to the Patriots intended, but this might be the funniest thing I've seen since that whole Kenny Mayne debacle. (/Genuflect)
59 comments, Last at 14 Jan 2006, 3:17pm by BjÃ¶rn
10 Jan 2006, 03:19pm by P. Ryan Wilson
In this week's TMQ, Gregg Easterbrook charts every play of every game to prove his contention that blitzing usually favors the offense. He also has some thoughts on wildcard weekend, being pro-topless but anti-gambling, and creating defensive stats that measure more than total yards and points (Hmmmm). Finally, Easterbrook names his TMQ Non-QB Non-RB NFL MVP.
46 comments, Last at 12 Jan 2006, 1:27am by SJM
10 Jan 2006, 10:40am by P. Ryan Wilson
Eric Mangini, New England's defensive coordinator, is in the running for the New York Jets head coaching job. He's 34 and has only had the title of coordinator for one season, but he's been with Belichick since 1995. One thing potentially more intriguing than the Jets hiring Mangini away from the Patriots is if New York hires some combination of their other coaching candidates: Mike Tice, Jim Haslett, and Joe Vitt.
53 comments, Last at 15 Jan 2006, 8:36pm by Richabbs
A week after big upsets of Stanford and Ohio State, the USC and Virginia Tech themselves fell to less-talented opponents. Georgia also fell to South Carolina after pummeling Clemson in the opener.