17 Aug 2006, 02:11pm by Bill Barnwell & Ian Dembsky
Another edition of Scramble is out, this time featuring the over-unders for the bottom half of the NFC. And for those of you following along at home, that means the bottom quarter of the NFL. Also the usual fantasy Q&A and a new Jason Beattie cartoon.
60 comments, Last at 25 Aug 2006, 7:12pm by Pat
11 Aug 2006, 03:27pm by Bill Barnwell & Ian Dembsky
Ian and Bill move into the AFC's penthouse for this week's Scramble for the Ball, analyzing how they think the better half in the AFC will live in 2006. Is any NFL team really a mortal lock to win ten games? Plus, the first Jason Beattie cartoon of the season.
77 comments, Last at 15 Aug 2006, 6:56pm by Scott C.
04 Aug 2006, 01:46pm by Bill Barnwell & Ian Dembsky
Bill Barnwell and Ian Dembsky take a look at the uglier half of the AFC in the first of Scramble for the Ball's annual series of columns analyzing the Vegas-prescribed over/unders for each NFL team. When they're not breaking the hearts of the Nigerian FO readership, that is.
61 comments, Last at 17 Aug 2006, 12:14pm by FarSeer
18 Jul 2006, 01:54pm by Bill Barnwell & Ian Dembsky
Say it loud, it's back and proud. Same Scramble feel, two new writers. Well, one new writer, and one new old writer, anyway. Ian Dembsky and Bill Barnwell kick off a new season of Scramble for the Ball with a review of the Rotoworld experts fantasy draft, a look inside the Scramble mailbag, a new feature looking at old football cards, and a very special off-season Keep Choppin' Wood award.
41 comments, Last at 30 Jul 2006, 9:52am by Kulko
08 Feb 2006, 05:08pm by scramble
Will Shaun Alexander say goodbye to Seafttle? Will Antwaan Randle El say goodbye to Pittsburgh? Will everybody left from Super Bowl XXXV say goodbye to Baltimore? One thing is for sure: Al Bogdan and Vivek Ramgopal say goodbye to Scramble for the Ball with this look at 2006 free agents.
124 comments, Last at 21 Nov 2012, 5:33pm by piegrella
01 Feb 2006, 01:13pm by scramble
Will Verron Haynes have more than 16.5 combined yards? Will there be more than 8.5 punts? Will Jerome Bettis gain more yards than Kobe Bryant scores points? The answer to these questions and more are inside Scramble for the Ball's third annual look at practically every wager you could make on the Super Bowl.
41 comments, Last at 08 Feb 2006, 1:22pm by Al
25 Jan 2006, 10:10pm by scramble
A look back at all the sensible and ridiculous things the FO staff, and Vivek and Al in particular, said would happen this season. Plus some fantasy football keeper questions and an update on the FO playoff fantasy competition.
48 comments, Last at 30 Jan 2006, 1:32am by Willsy
18 Jan 2006, 11:00pm by scramble
Usually at Football Outsiders, our take is very different from the conventional wisdom. But not today, as Al and Vivek line up to take shots at this weekend's officiating. Plus Best Bets, an update on FO's playoff fantasy teams, and the most obvious Keep Choppin' Award winner of all time.
109 comments, Last at 25 Jan 2006, 6:31pm by Dan Riley
12 Jan 2006, 03:02pm by scramble
Al and Vivek unveil their 2005 All-KCW team. It's got an All-Pro, "the best back in the NFL," and a Super Bowl champion. And a lot of linemen who committed a lot of penalties. Also a playoff fantasy update and Best Bets for the Divisional round.
79 comments, Last at 16 Jan 2006, 12:23am by CaffeineMan
04 Jan 2006, 02:17pm by admin
For the third straight year, the FO staff gets together to talk about the playoffs and put on our own playoff fantasy draft. Can the Giants go far in the playoffs? Will Chicago actually score any points? What is the "Patriots magic beans" theory? Of course, in a playoff fantasy draft, you want as many players from the top seeds as possible. Can we actually take three Seattle receivers? Yes, we can.
90 comments, Last at 11 Jan 2006, 9:34pm by RLB