Unfiltered in-game observations by Football Outsiders staff
The FO crew discusses New England's crazy loss to the Eagles, the Panthers' shootout win over New Orleans, and Seattle's resurgence in Minnesota.
Steelers-Seahawks and Patriots-Broncos give us a pair of great games; Rams and Dolphins play terrible football; and Odell Beckham stuns us again.
Reflections on Brock Osweiler's first start for Denver, Tony Romo's return for Dallas, a sloppy (and bittersweet) win for Baltimore, and a game-of-the-year contender in Arizona.
Welcome to the NFL in 2015, where pretty much every game is decided by one question: was that a catch?
Did the Steelers save their season against Oakland? Is Blaine Gabbert the answer for San Francisco? What was Denver's fatal weakness against the Colts?
Topics this week: lousy play calling in Pittsburgh, lousy refereeing in Dallas, and lousy football in general in Houston. Plus: Is Peyton Manning still lousy?
This week: The future looks bright for the Jags and Raiders, the Rams and Falcons win ugly, and does anyone want to win the NFC East?
The FO staff discusses Carolina's comeback win in Seattle, the Broncos' latest nailbiter, and whatever the hell that thing was that Indianapolis tried against New England.
The FO staff weighs in on the Seattle-Cincinnati showdown, Denver's latest ugly win, and a glimmer of hope in San Francisco.
What's the condition of Drew Brees' shoulder? How did San Francisco's defense fare so well against Green Bay? Why did the NFL make those poor English fans watch the Dolphins?