With six teams below -25.0% DVOA to begin November for the first time in over a decade, Bryan and Andrew try to pick through the wreckage to figure out just what went wrong.
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Your FO staff was shocked at just how frequently Justin Fields has been sacked this year. Is this a run-of-the-mill rookie season for Fields, or will he brush shoulders with some of the all-time great Losers?
What would YOU do if you were handed a piece of NFL history? Bryan and Andrew talk about holding touchdown balls for king's ransoms, and the bits and bobs from the past they'd love to get their hands on.
Week 6 brings with it a check into our failed completion and failed reception leaderboards, filled with Ja(y)lens as far as the eye can see!
Strangely obsessed with Aaron Rodgers' brief sojourn into the crazy world of game show hosting, Andrew and Bryan get to thinking about other NFL players seeking life outside the gridiron.
With the NFL setting new records for kicking futility in Week 5, which kickers should just shrug and move on, and which should be prepping their resumes?
In a week where your humble Scramblers were holed up in airports and moving vans, Bryan and Andrew discuss just how many games a fan can watch in a day.
The rookie quarterback's performance against the Bills was the sort of eye-wateringly terrible day we love. But can it hold a candle to David Carr and the rest of Texans ignominy?
With the London games restarting after a year absence, our resident international correspondent Andrew schools Bryan on just how the game of Gridiron is working out abroad.
Urban Meyer calls the experts to figure out what he can do about his malfunctioning Lambo. Plus, we announce our brand new Week 3 winner and make picks for the biggest losers of Week 4.