Football prides itself on playing in all types of weather. During the conference championships, rain and wind played a factor, Tuesday Morning Quarterback writes.
Who will win the Week 3 Super Bowl rematch? The odds are slightly in favor of the champion Seattle Seahawks, but there's a low sample size, TMQ notes.
Tuesday Morning Quarterback: Gregg Easterbrook explains why the Seahawks will have a tough time repeating as Super Bowl champs and previews the 2014 NFC season.
Tuesday Morning Quarterback: With the NFL draft almost here, Gregg Easterbrook greets it with his annual mocking of the mocks.
A decade of offensive explosion had teams chasing the trend. Will the copycat league go back to a focus on defense?
Denver's scoreboard-spinning offense takes on Seattle's outstanding defense in the Super Bowl, where defense often rules.
In a measure of how power opponents fare against other quality teams, Denver and Seattle look like contenders.
TMQ's 2011 All-Unwanted All-Pro teams are announced.
The interception-return touchdown has a huge psychological impact.
In a Super Bowl with no cheerleaders, who do the football gods root for?
Did lingering Spygate karma cause Patriots to lose to Jets?
The football gods are dreaming of a Favre-Brady Super Bowl matchup.
Every week, you get a double dose of Tuesday Morning Quarterback: On Wednesdays, you'll read the best TMQ reader responses of the week.
Before he gets to his NFC preview, Gregg Easterbrook wonders about the cupcake schedules of many of the top teams in college football.
Most people think the Colts will throw the ball deep, while the Bears will feature the run. But TMQ says they've got it all wrong.
The playoffs have been fantastic, but TMQ wishes announcers would get a clue about the difficulty of intercepting a pass.