Tuesday Morning Quarterback: Gregg Easterbrook comments on every team's draft and examines the twilight of the running back.
In a measure of how power opponents fare against other quality teams, Denver and Seattle look like contenders.
Officials subscribe to Parking Lot Theory in final seconds, picking up a flag and getting out of the stadium.
Andrew Luck, team's ability to win close games, have allowed Colts to knock off three playoff-caliber teams.
San Francisco's vaunted defense suddenly looks hapless, and its offense is no longer unstoppable.
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: What's really lurking in the psyche of these Harbaughs?
Vikings embrace simplicity and win in complex NFL
TMQ sends up the Bat signal for the AFC preview and his favorite Batman flicks
Tim Tebow is entertaining, but football tactics led to Denver's comebacks.
TMQ decodes the secrets to the Packers' success.
The tight end is the key to success in modern football.
TMQ says history is being made by rise of the Lions, Bills.
The Colts, NFL's version of Narnia, could see their door close soon.
TMQ reviews the draft and examples of absurd specificity.