Not to toot our own horns or anything, but the one and only Paul Zimmerman recommends a book in his mailbag today: "It's called Brassey's Pro Football Forecast ($21.95), and it's got a lot of meaningful, non-run of the mill analysis of each team, plus a lot of intricately evolved statistics you d
The Colts took Iowa safety Bob Sanders with their first pick, No. 44 overall. That was more than four months ago. He still hasn't signed. Neither side wants to play this out in the media (unlike the Rivers and Winslow negotiations), so it's impossible to say who's being more unreasonable.
Apparently Troy Aikman reads Football Outsiders because he's asking the Competition Committee to make some changes in how they keep offensive and defensive statistics.
TMQ looks at the NFC today, explaining the whole point behind "Potomac Drainage Basin Indigenous Persons" and assuring Green Bay fans that the all-yellow Packers uniform pictured in a previous column was just a joke.
Peter King today with more on Bill Belichick, who was, of course, outcoached by Marvin Lewis Saturday night... can we sponsor a Peter King vs. Kevin Mannix duel to the death?
In New England, Kevin Mannix writes that the Patriots were outcoached by the Bengals this weekend in a 31-3 loss.
OK, I know it has become popular sport around here to constantly rag on B. Duane Cross for his, shall we say, confused statistical analysis. If we're going to be mean to him when he's dumb, we have to give him credit when he writes something good, and I really enjoyed this.
Pete Prisco lists the NFL's most-underrated and overrated players (and also team-by-team). He has Fred Taylor as the most-underrated and Brian Urlacher as the most-overrated.