As we prepare for the kickoff of the NFL season, Tuesday Morning Quarterback unveils his NFC preview.
What do the best offenses in the NFL have in common? They all prominently feature the tight end.
The seriousness of Bill Belichick's unethical behavior could lead to a decline in popularity of the NFL.
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.
Tuesday Morning Quarterback checks in with a team-by-team breakdown of the 2007 NFL draft.
Gregg Easterbrook's Tuesday Morning Quarterback returns, with the mock draft to end all mock drafts and a Mr. Irrelevant prediction.
Once again this season weak teams will make the playoffs while stronger teams go home. TMQ has the solution.
Gregg Easterbrook hands out praise to the Baltimore defense, the Packers, and the unstoppable Jason Taylor. Criticism? Line up, Mike Shanahan and Peyton Manning.
What's worse than punting when trailing late? Punting with the game still in reach, then going for it when all hope is lost.
Coaches have bad games too. So, TMQ asks, why do they always blame the players?
TMQ is outraged at all the awful interceptions from Week 11. Throw it away, instead of into triple coverage!
Don't accuse the National Football League of being sexist. Men, women and those who switch genders are all allowed to play in the NFL.
As of Friday there were 153 players on injured reserve who can't come back to play this season, and TMQ thinks the system makes no sense.
TMQ knows the secret to the Falcons' rushing success -- they run a high school offense!
Blowing a late 20-point lead isn't easy. TMQ is amazed at how hard Dennis Green and his team had to work to do so.