24 May 2006, 01:23pm by Michael David Smith
We usually only have Peter King discussions on Mondays around here, but I thought his weekly mailbag was worth a look for the idea of expanding to 40 NFL teams. What do you think? Should the NFL keep growing, or is 32 teams enough? And if it does expand, should it follow the other sports leagues' lead and go outside the borders of the United States? I do think the NFL will expand beyond 32 teams eventually, but not any time soon. And I'm not convinced that expansion to Mexico or Canada -- let alone Europe -- is a good idea.
90 comments, Last at 26 May 2006, 5:37pm by Pat
24 May 2006, 10:31am by P. Ryan Wilson
Just one question: Why is Jake Plummer driving a Honda?
UPDATE: Plummer denies "kicking and then backing up into another motorist's vehicle in an act of road rage," although he does say he accidentally cut another driver off while talking on his cell phone.
15 comments, Last at 26 May 2006, 6:02pm by Bjorn
23 May 2006, 10:05pm by P. Ryan Wilson
Okay, we like to give Pete Prisco the business, but his latest column is about one of our favorite players around here, Adrian Wilson. An excerpt from PFP 2006:
16 comments, Last at 25 May 2006, 2:33pm by MJB
23 May 2006, 05:51pm by P. Ryan Wilson
After reading this you get the impression Carson Palmer will be better, stronger and faster than he was before. And if you didn't pick up on it, he hates the Steelers.
28 comments, Last at 25 May 2006, 10:50pm by RS
23 May 2006, 11:00am by P. Ryan Wilson
Okay, it's test time. Pat Kirwan put together this little 20-question True/False quiz and he implores you not to peek. ("... if you cheat when you play golf by yourself, you are probably going to cheat and look at the answer key, so don't do it!") Well, I didn't and I got 11 correct. Next time, I'm cheating.
28 comments, Last at 24 May 2006, 11:19am by PackMan
22 May 2006, 12:31pm by Aaron Schatz
Pat Kirwan on the rise of the two-TE set, and the advantage it gives to the offense. The Cowboys' selection of Anthony Fasano and the Patriots' selection of David Thomas are both examples of how many teams now want to have not one but two or even three starting-quality tight ends. From PFP 2006, the teams that ran two-TE sets most often in 2005:
The lowest? Cincinnati and the New York Giants.
48 comments, Last at 25 May 2006, 5:32pm by Ilanin
22 May 2006, 12:25pm by P. Ryan Wilson
What better way to wile away the hours until training camp than to relive all the questionable calls from Super Bowl XL.
52 comments, Last at 26 May 2006, 6:47pm by Sid
22 May 2006, 11:35am by P. Ryan Wilson
I'm not sure how the Eagles plan on pulling this off with very little depth at running back after Brian Westbrook.
26 comments, Last at 23 May 2006, 9:26am by tom
19 May 2006, 07:18pm by P. Ryan Wilson
Peyton Manning says he only has two more terms in him. And then I'm guessing he'll run for office.
30 comments, Last at 23 May 2006, 5:17pm by Sophandros
19 May 2006, 11:28am by P. Ryan Wilson
Yeah, this is probably a bad idea:
"Since the NFL draft wrapped up, the Titans have begun studying various option formations, with the intent of making some a limited part of their playbook this season for their first-round pick, Vince Young."
46 comments, Last at 23 May 2006, 3:14am by masocc
Given the historical success of undrafted quarterbacks in the NFL, Tony Romo might as well be a national treasure. We look at the impact of developmental leagues on undrafted quarterbacks, and just how many players have tried to break through in a recent season.