TMQ, Mel Kiper on the incredible growing football player.
TMQ reviews the draft and examples of absurd specificity.
The interception-return touchdown has a huge psychological impact.
Who dares to make fun of the NFL draft? TMQ, of course, with the annual mocking of mock drafts.
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.
Before offering his 2007 AFC preview, Gregg Easterbrook exposes a numbing problem in the NFL.
Tuesday Morning Quarterback checks in with a team-by-team breakdown of the 2007 NFL draft.
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.
TMQ is tired of people complaining about parity ruining the NFL. Just look at how good some of these playoff games have been!
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.
What's worse than punting when trailing late? Punting with the game still in reach, then going for it when all hope is lost.
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.
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.