Innovative Statistics, Intelligent Analysis
Wherein your first-half Loser League champion is crowned, and there is much hand-wringing over fantasy football etiquette.
Your Scramble writers muse the question of immediate losses vs. future gains and ask the question, "is it sometimes better to let your opponent score?"
This week's MNF Insider feature looks at Mike Martz and his history improving offenses.
Discover Magazine has a good article for those of us who are less medically-inclined, explaining what physically happens to the brain when it's repeatedly battered.
Baltimore and Cincinnati have holes in the secondary, while Pittsburgh could use another wide receiver. Odd how the holes in the AFC North puzzle seem to fit together.
So what exactly does the recent Supreme Court ruling in the American Needle case mean? Mike Kurtz and Tom Gower break down the ruling and the implications it holds for upcoming CBA negotations.
The Bengals and the Ravens entered the free agency period looking for help at wide receiver. One of them got it. The AFC North is in flux, from Cleveland's quarterback turnstile to Pittsburgh's worrisome defense.