As we prepare for the kickoff of the NFL season, Tuesday Morning Quarterback unveils his NFC preview.
Now that the dust has settled from the NFL season, Tuesday Morning Quarterback is back to mock the draft.
What do the best offenses in the NFL have in common? They all prominently feature the tight end.
Dan Marino and Hank Aaron should be mad their records were broken! TMQ prefers the Jim Brown approach.
The evidence of the Patriots' cheating has been destroyed, but questions remain about why the NFL did so.
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.
The playoffs are here and Tuesday Morning Quarterback doesn't want to make any excuses about close losses from those teams that didn't make the postseason.
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.
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.
The Denver defense had a bad game, but it's still been one of the NFL's best. Oh, and it's an extra special edition of NFL cheerleaders of the week.
TMQ knows the secret to the Falcons' rushing success -- they run a high school offense!
It saddens TMQ to watch Brett Favre now. And it's just about time for Favre to make way for Aaron Rodgers.
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.
Week 3 was chock full of preposterous punts, and TMQ dares some coach to stop punting almost completely.