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.
In a Super Bowl with no cheerleaders, who do the football gods root for?
Did lingering Spygate karma cause Patriots to lose to Jets?
What's ailing the Colts? TMQ dissects the trouble in Indianapolis.
Brett Favre's ego and battered body need to take a seat on the bench.
TMQ starts his annual NFL preview with the AFC.
Closing out the NFL season by looking at some awful predictions.
The Saints were bold, and the football gods smiled on them.
The Colts are like a machine; the Saints are like a party.
Why are the Colts, Jets, Saints and Vikes still alive? O-lines.
The NFL's top three teams all play indoors, and the forecast for all three is bright and sunny.
Tuesday Morning Quarterback says the Colts and Saints both won't go undefeated, but would make a fabulous Super Bowl pairing.
Arizona and Pittsburgh's slow starts have nothing to do with their schedule, says Tuesday Morning Quarterback.