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» Week 12 DVOA Ratings

Denver remains No. 1 in the Football Outsiders DVOA ratings, but New England moves up to No. 2 and has taken over as our Super Bowl favorite.

TMQ Pre-Super Bowl Discussion Thread

Even though Gregg Easterbrook has left us for the greener pastures of NFL.com, we know that the discussion threads we provided during his short stay at our site were very popular.  Therefore we're providing the "unofficial official" discussion thread of Tuesday Morning Quarterback each week.  This will be your place to discuss Gregg's column at NFL.com which you can find here.

Here's the update on the Football Outsiders fantasy playoff league.  As promised I have included what I think is the best of the various "leftovers" teams chosen in the discussion thread.  Turns out the team I originally thought was the best "leftovers" team was not actually the best, so I've switched in Ivarsson's team -- which is actually in second place and may win if Carolina upsets New England.  Whoa.

 


  RUSS (2 left)  160 PAT (1 left) 125 AARON (4 left) 176
QB Manning, IND 72 McNair, TEN 19 Brady, NWE 27
RB M. Faulk, STL 18 George, TEN 12 A. Green, GNB 38
RB A. Smith, NWE 22 S. Davis, CAR 33 J. Lewis, BAL 3
WR T. Brown, NWE 9 Bruce, STL 11 Pinkston, PHI 15
WR J. Walker, GNB 15 Driver, GNB 8 S. Smith, CAR 43
WR Morton, KAN 1 Wayne, IND 28 Looker, STL 5
TE Franks, GNB 9 Wycheck, TEN 1 Sharpe, DEN 3
K M. Andersen, KAN 7 G. Anderson, TEN 12 Vinatieri, NWE 24 IVARSSON'S
LEFTOVER
TEAM (3 left)
 
DEF Tennessee 6 St. Louis 1 New England 18  
  MIKE (0 left) 113 JASON (3 left) 115 GEOFF (1 left) 149 169
QB Bulger, STL 13 McNabb, PHI 28 Favre, GNB 34 Delhomme, CAR 42
RB Holmes, KAN 30 Portis, DEN 7 James, IND 47 Davenport, GNB 6
RB Buckhalter, PHI 7 Staley, PHI 22 Hambrick, DAL 2 K. Faulk, NWE 5
WR Mason, TEN 17 Givens, NWE 14 Holt, STL 2 Ferguson, GNB 19
WR R. Smith, DEN 12 Lelie, DEN 0 Harrison, IND 33 McCareins, TEN 1
WR D. Jackson, SEA 5 Branch, NWE 3 Kennison, KAN 5 Muhammad, CAR 26
TE Heap, BAL 14 Gonzalez, KAN 5 Fauria, NWE 4 Pollard, IND 21
K Wilkins, STL 18 Akers, PHI 12 Longwell, GNB 14 Vanderjagt, IND 22
DEF Dallas -3 Carolina 24 Baltimore 8 Green Bay 14

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by Karen (not verified) :: Sun, 12/04/2005 - 7:58pm

Who in the history of football has thrown the most interseptions.