The 2010 NFL season has been filled with surprises. With half the season left, David provides 12 debates over his midseason awards.
Without Tony Romo, the Cowboys are likely done for the season. So who are the other players teams just can't live without?
With the competitive balance in the NFL seemingly at a whole new level this season, David Fleming explores the upsides and downsides to league parity. Has competitive balance taken hold, or is the league just more mediocre than ever?
David Fleming explains why the Randy Moss trade is going to haunt Bill Belichick for a while, whether it's finding a replacement or trying to lure free agents to New England.
David Fleming lists 12 reasons why the dozen playoff teams from 2009 won't make it back to the postseason.
David Fleming gives 12 things that are wrong with training camp and explains why it has become a useless relic.
David Fleming lists six things about Brett Favre's retirement that would surprise him, including how Favre's legacy will hold up over time.
David Fleming lists 12 things about the AFC that would surprise him, starting with how Ed Reed's absence could affect the Ravens.
David Fleming premieres his new column with 12 things that would surprise him about the NFC, starting with his prediction on how Jay Cutler and Mike Martz will work together.
Meet Vikings center Matt Birk. Like a lot of NFL free agents, he has a tough decision to make: go shopping for the biggest bucks, or offer up the hometown discount.
Teams that clinch early tend to lose early, too.
Brad Childress has a plan to rid the Vikings of their devilish ways. Will it make them winners or just well behaved?