Unfiltered in-game observations by Football Outsiders staff
What has gotten into Ben Roethlisberger? What happened to Denver in New England? What has happened to Russell Wilson this season?
Why are Mark Ingram and the Saints so much better in prime time? And why were seemingly all quarterbacks on Sunday either very, very good or very, very bad?
Week 7 features big comebacks for Buffalo and Detroit, big routs in Denver and Indianapolis, and big fat cojones for the St. Louis Rams special teams.
The FO staff discusses the strategy of the Miami-Green Bay game, the dominance of Dallas in the trenches, and Play Tone. Plus: Do you like ties?
A weekend full of close games leaves us asking: is it possible to criticize a game-winning field goal? (Answer: Yes it is.)
Topics this week include bad quarterbacks, bad commentary, bad coverage, bad tackling, and bad coaching.
Our thoughts on the Super Bowl rematch, early MVP contenders, and tactics to avoid on third-and-long.
Topics this week include the Wilson-Rivers shootout in San Diego, the Bears' ugly comeback in San Francisco, and Jake's first-half a-Locker-lypse in Tennessee.
The FO staff discusses the shootout in Atlanta, the collapse of the Patriots, and whatever it was Josh McCown was doing for most of the afternoon.
A collision with the reigning Super Bowl champions leaves the Packers feeling outshined, outshined, outshined, outshined.