For many teams, the final games of the season hold serious playoff implications. Who will survive the fight and gain the final wild-card spots, Tuesday Morning Quarterback ponders.
From RG3 to Morris Claiborne to Blaine Gabbert, draft-day mega trades rarely pan out.
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.
The big ideas on offense in the NFL in recent seasons - the zone read rush, the spread option action, the quick-snap no-huddle - come from prep or college play, TMQ notes.
Tuesday Morning Quarterback: Gregg Easterbrook comments on every team's draft and examines the twilight of the running back.
Tuesday Morning Quarterback: With the NFL draft almost here, Gregg Easterbrook greets it with his annual mocking of the mocks.
With seeding on the line, there would be fewer teams resting starters and more deserving home-field advantages.
In a measure of how power opponents fare against other quality teams, Denver and Seattle look like contenders.
Despite a Hall of Fame career, Peyton Manning's teams have inexplicably struggled in big games.
The NFL can settle a medical suit, but no high schools and few colleges could withstand similar lawsuits.
TMQ: What's really lurking in the psyche of these Harbaughs?
Tuesday Morning Quarterback breaks down the playoff teams.
Easterbrook: The TMQ All-Haiku NFL Preview!
TMQ sends up the Bat signal for the AFC preview and his favorite Batman flicks
A generation of players raised in spread offenses has taken hold.
TMQ's 2011 All-Unwanted All-Pro teams are announced.