In honor of today's announcement that Le'Veon Bell is not reporting to the Pittsburgh Steelers and therefore is ineligible to play for the entire season, we bring you Mike Tanier's opinion piece on the Bell holdout from last week. He's not a fan of Bell losing a year of prime earning power because of the risk that he might get injured before signing a big free-agent contract elsewhere.
Mike Tanier's Archive
I cover about 500 topics. Near the end there's a segment about Josh Allen and the other DVOA/DYAR bottom feeders.
In which the Dolphins are diagnosed with the bubonic Foxboro yips.
More Le'Veon Bell and Odell Beckham than you can shake a stick at, plus Nathan Peterman's career quarterback rating, which is barely old enough to buy a beer.
Featuring Adrian Peterson skepticism and Tom Brady riding on a moonbeam with Alex Guerrero.
Featuring an exclusive transcript of the Cam Newton-Kelvin Benjamin confrontation. Let's just say it was such a classic confrontation that it was downright Elizabethan.
Digest is back, baby.
Longtime readers will remember that I started at FO right around the Eagles-Patriots Super Bowl in 2005, writing ruminations about Philly Fans and talking about the values of fandom I would impart to my toddler son. (Click to read more.)
This may have been a real changing of the guard in the NFL, because the Philadelphia Eagles are a young team bringing almost everyone back next year. Could this be the launch of an Eagles dynasty? Plus, the real MVPs of Super Bowl LII: the Philadelphia running backs.
Three dramatic games and a Patriots beating: a divisional playoff round tradition.