The advent of seven-on-seven brought passing offenses to the forefront in Texas' most football-crazed state, and that fast-pace ethos has translated to the NFL.
Denver's Tim Tebow effectively brings the high school offense to the NFL.
Aaron Rodgers says his new helmet is safer, but he won't reveal the model.
Tuesday Morning Quarterback says it matters little who calls the plays for an NFL team. Coaching is overrated.
Considering Matt Cassel's explosion, has the key ingredient to the Patriots' success been their system, and not Tom Brady?
Tuesday Morning Quarterback has an announcement to make: Eli Manning is better than his brother Peyton.
Once again, Gregg Easterbrook turns to the world of ancient poetry to deliver his 2008 NFL predictions.
This week, you get a double dose of Tuesday Morning Quarterback: On Wednesdays, you'll read the best TMQ reader responses of the week.
Tuesday Morning Quarterback scans the world of high school football -- worrying about recruiting and overdosing, and applauding the team that doesn't punt.
With so many teams married to the shotgun spread, Tuesday Morning Quarterback wonders how long this fad can last.
Every week, you get a double dose of Tuesday Morning Quarterback: On Wednesdays, you'll read the best TMQ reader responses of the week.
TMQ knows the secret to the Falcons' rushing success -- they run a high school offense!
As much as TMQ loves the NFL, it holds high school football even more dear in some ways. And it's a little worried about all this high school football marketing.
The NFL can settle a medical suit, but no high schools and few colleges could withstand similar lawsuits.
Every year, NFL and big-time college football teams bring in new coaches with supposed magical powers. But there's only so much a coach can do.