Pat Kirwan has some thoughts on how the new pass interference rules might affect strategy on both sides of the ball this season.
TMQ's All Predictions Wrong or Your Money Back haikus, plus a nice big shoutout to Football Outsiders. Thanks, Gregg!
After watching Oregon State blow an opportunity to upset defending champion LSU because of missed extra points, King Kaufman has a suggestion: abolish kickers (although his verb choice was somewhat harsher than 'abolish').
Labor Day, Schmabor Day. Peter King reports for duty and exhibits more cojones than your average preseason prognosticator. Actually, Peter and I agree on a lot of things...
Is it bad when an eight-year veteran who had four 1,000-yard seasons doesn't know how the preseason works? Well, Chris Collinsworth admits that he's no longer going to pick his Super Bowl winners based solely on preseason performances.
Apparently Madden 2005 fans are up in arms because of a glitch in the program that gives an unfair advantage to the offensive player. In fact, there's a petition going around demanding that a patch be released to fix the problem.
In today's TMQ, Gregg addresses many emails from readers and once again takes apart those silly "60 million dollar" contracts everyone in the NFL signs. Plus, Yahtzee!
ESPN asked a panel of its experts to rank the 10 best players ever. No surprise, Jim Brown came in first. Brown was in the Top 3 for every voter; no one else was even on every Top 10. But I was shocked to see that not one person put Otto Graham, Don Hutson or Marion Motley in his Top 10.
Peter King does fantasy advice, and it is a little strange. He likes Darius Watts and Najeh Davenport, that's fine. But Favre and Brady ahead of Vick and McNabb? Maybe he doesn't play in a league where QB rushing counts.