What do the best offenses in the NFL have in common? They all prominently feature the tight end.
Bill Simmons proves how top heavy the NFL is with the uber edition of his weekly Power Poll.
When Bill Simmons was looking at the Week 4 picks, all he could see were the underdogs.
As the NFL season approaches, DJ Gallo has the inside scoop from all the training camps.
Before offering his 2007 AFC preview, Gregg Easterbrook exposes a numbing problem in the NFL.
Bill Simmons reflects on the holiday season and wonders if the NFL playoffs are a puzzle or a mystery.
As Bill makes his picks for Week 17, he points out two things: It's been the season of the underdogs and he can still catch the Sports Gal.
There's one more thing to give thanks for this week -- the Flem File's Ninth Annual Turkey of the Year Awards.
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.
It's time to go to school and learn a few thing about the NFL with Bill Simmons' Power Poll.
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.
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.
From Eli Manning to the Goo Goo Dolls, DJ Gallo has the best and the worst from Week 3 in the NFL.
Jason Whitlock wonders why people are so impressed by Michael Vick's paltry numbers and not nearly enough impressed by Byron Leftwich's intangibles.