Writers of Pro Football Prospectus 2008

17 Jan 2007, 11:11am by Aaron Schatz

NFC Championship: Who Covers Who

A breakdown of which defensive players will be guarding which receivers in the NFC Championship game.

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17 Jan 2007, 10:55am by P. Ryan Wilson

London Selected to Host Regular Season NFL Game

From the AP: "London will hold the NFL's first regular-season game outside North America this year, the start of a campaign to take American football to a global audience." According to the article, the Dolphins and the Giants are the two likely teams, and the new 90,000-seat Wembley stadium is the likely venue. Commissioner Roger Goodell will announce the specifics before the Super Bowl.

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101 comments, Last at 18 Jan 2007, 1:58pm by Mikey

17 Jan 2007, 02:08am by Bill Barnwell

Report: Lofton Next Raiders Coach

James Lofton is apparently discussing terms to become the next head coach of the Oakland Raiders. The article notes the Raiders to be the Chargers' "most-hated rival", which is odd. I thought their most-hated rival was celebratory dancing.

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38 comments, Last at 18 Jan 2007, 12:29am by The Other Jed

16 Jan 2007, 06:18pm by P. Ryan Wilson

TMQ: Announcers Are Dropping the Ball

This week, Gregg Easterbrook says he might hurt someone if he hears another announcer say "almost intercepted." Just so you know.

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62 comments, Last at 19 Jan 2007, 4:21pm by Mikey Benny

16 Jan 2007, 11:33am by P. Ryan Wilson

Offense Still Billick's Call

Ten minutes. That's how long it took for the "Fire Brian Billick" talk to start following Saturday's loss to the Colts. Well, Billick's not going anywhere and yesterday he announced quarterbacks coach Rick Neuheisel will be the offensive coordinator next season. Except that Billick will still the call the plays. Not sure how that works, but Billick did add this: "[A]t the end of the day, quite frankly, I enjoyed [play-calling]. It's been a long time since I've enjoyed myself that much." As part of his new job title, Neuheisel will get to run the offensive meetings and help devise game plans.

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9 comments, Last at 17 Jan 2007, 12:56pm by Gus

16 Jan 2007, 11:22am by Mike Tanier

Farewell, Mr. Instigator

Robbie Tobeck is certainly not a household name, but he will be missed after his retirement. (Click link to read more.)

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15 Jan 2007, 06:49pm by Bill Barnwell

Examining Work with Flawed Players

This pretty nifty article takes a look back at the weaknesses reported on some of the college scouting reports of current Steeler players. Steeler fans, have they improved?

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15 comments, Last at 16 Jan 2007, 8:38pm by Trevor

15 Jan 2007, 05:53pm by Aaron Schatz

NFL Network to Rebroadcast Classic Super Bowls

Pretty cool here. The NFL owns the rights to all broadcasts of the Super Bowl, no matter which network does the broadcast. They're finally going to show these broadcasts in their entirety, rather than limited to 30-minute highlight films. For the most part they chose good, close games. You've already missed Super Bowl XL, but here's the remaining schedule. Be aware that most of these are getting broadcast a second time in late night, so check the TV listings.

Super Bowl XXXII, DEN-GB, today, 4pm EST
Super Bowl XXII, WAS-DEN, tonight, 9pm EST
Super Bowl XXXVI, STL-NE, Jan. 18, 8pm EST

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23 comments, Last at 17 Jan 2007, 5:12pm by justanothersteve

15 Jan 2007, 02:37pm by P. Ryan Wilson

MMQB: Patriot Games

Shockingly, Peter King uses his first 1,600 words to explain why the Patriots beat a better team Sunday: "There's a reason New England has been a feared Super Bowl contender for the last six years. You know what it is? The little things."

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65 comments, Last at 19 Jan 2007, 11:55am by dryheat

15 Jan 2007, 02:28pm by P. Ryan Wilson

The Talk of the NFL

DJ Gallo has a behind-the-scenes look at this weekend's playoff action.

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14 comments, Last at 16 Jan 2007, 8:42am by James, London