Tuesday Morning Quarterback: Gregg Easterbrook explains why the Seahawks will have a tough time repeating as Super Bowl champs and previews the 2014 NFC season.
Tuesday Morning Quarterback: Gregg Easterbrook explains the new ESPN Grade system of evaluation college football and previews the 2014 AFC season.
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.
Denver's scoreboard-spinning offense takes on Seattle's outstanding defense in the Super Bowl, where defense often rules.
You can't fully understand football watching only on TV, says TMQ.
Aaron Rodgers says his new helmet is safer, but he won't reveal the model.
Gregg Easterbrook grew up watching Jack Kemp star for the Bills and then grew to admire a man who accomplished even more in politics.
Who would make the BCS title game if academics were factored in? Tuesday Morning Quarterback has the answer.
What do the best offenses in the NFL have in common? They all prominently feature the tight end.
The evidence of the Patriots' cheating has been destroyed, but questions remain about why the NFL did so.
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.
In his final column of the season, TMQ writes that some teams use the Super Bowl to showcase their greatness while others just throw in the towel.
Tuesday Morning Quarterback wonders why no one in the NFL can recognize a reverse anymore.
TMQ says Detroit and Dallas get unfair yearly gifts at Thanksgiving, and the NFL needs to make a change.