Unfiltered in-game observations by Football Outsiders staff
The NFC Championship was decided on the final play. The AFC Championship was decided sometime in the third quarter. Guess which generated more discussion?
So it turns out having a playoff is exciting and fun. Who knew?
The FO staff discusses a wild game in Baltimore, a great game by Russell Wilson, Dez Bryant's catch-that-wasn't, and a sad night in Denver. (Note: New York Bozo is reporting as ineligible for this Audibles.)
For the playoffs, we had a lot of bad things to say about a lot of quarterbacks, from Cam Newton to Ben Roethlisberger to Andy Dalton to Tony Romo to, yes, Ryan Lindley.
The FO crew ponders the Cowboys' records, Aaron Rodgers' health, J.J. Watt's MVP status, and dysentery.
The FO crew takes on the top contenders as the playoff field rounds into shape. Plus: the great Drew Brees debate of 2014.
How did Buffalo beat Green Bay? What were the keys for big divisional wins for New England and Seattle? And what on earth was that call against Washington at the end of the first half?
What did the FO staff have to say about potential playoff previews like Pats-Bolts, Hawks-Eagles, Steelers-Bengals, Ravens-Dolphins, and Colts-Browns?
This week, the FO staff debates Andy Dalton's mediocrity, the nightmare QB class of 2007, and that final DPI call that gave San Diego a win over Baltimore.
Odell Beckham, Jr.: Greatest catch ever, or greatest-est catch ever?