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.
Gregg Easterbrook presents TMQ's 15th annual edition of the original all-haiku NFL season predictions!
Tuesday Morning Quarterback: Gregg Easterbrook looks at how the NFL, like American society, is speeding up, and then he gets caught up with all sorts of offseason nonsense.
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.
As Robert Griffin III and Colin Kaepernick struggle, is focus shifting back to pro-style QBs?
The NFL can settle a medical suit, but no high schools and few colleges could withstand similar lawsuits.
Now that Seattle and San Francisco have found success with the zone-read, will other teams follow suit?
TMQ says the NFL talks tough on safety but should be even more stringent and lead by example for millions of youth football players.
TMQ imagines a Harbaugh childhood full of sibling rivalry
TMQ's hopes for gifts under each NFL team's Christmas tree.
Much of the NFL, out of playoff contention, is mailing it in.
New England's record-setting offense is again historically good
Ray Lewis' off-field transformation is more important than his on-field legacy.