TMQ considers luck's role in the Patriots' Super Bowl fortunes.
TMQ is enthusiastic about the storylines in Super Bowl XLII: 2½.
Some NFL teams are losing cheaply instead of trying to win a Super Bowl.
The interception-return touchdown has a huge psychological impact.
Did lingering Spygate karma cause Patriots to lose to Jets?
Brett Favre's ego and battered body need to take a seat on the bench.
TMQ starts his annual NFL preview with the AFC.
The Saints were bold, and the football gods smiled on them.
What is the secret to the Giants' success? Perhaps it's their players' academic resumés?
Why is the "Spygate" scandal looming over Super Bowl weekend? Because the league didn't provide answers earlier, writes Gregg Easterbrook.
If the Patriots win Super Bowl XLII, Tuesday Morning Quarterback says they will be the greatest team to ever play the game -- unless there is more truth to learn.
The football gods are dreaming of a Favre-Brady Super Bowl matchup.
The Patriots' passing attack was lethal, but TMQ wonders if they'll have to run the ball more to win the Super Bowl.
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.
Most people think the Colts will throw the ball deep, while the Bears will feature the run. But TMQ says they've got it all wrong.