Tuesday Morning Quarterback: It's a good year to tune in because the Thanksgiving Day games have playoff implications, writes Gregg Easterbrook.
There's a 10-year trend toward more flags against the defensive secondary, which translates into more first downs and fewer punts. Result? More scoring drives, Tuesday Morning Quarterback writes.
The big ideas on offense in the NFL in recent seasons - the zone read rush, the spread option action, the quick-snap no-huddle - come from prep or college play, TMQ notes.
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 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.
In a measure of how power opponents fare against other quality teams, Denver and Seattle look like contenders.
As Robert Griffin III and Colin Kaepernick struggle, is focus shifting back to pro-style QBs?
Officials subscribe to Parking Lot Theory in final seconds, picking up a flag and getting out of the stadium.
San Francisco's vaunted defense suddenly looks hapless, and its offense is no longer unstoppable.
Baltimore's old, exhausted defense saves best for last in classic Super Bowl.
TMQ: What's really lurking in the psyche of these Harbaughs?
TMQ's hopes for gifts under each NFL team's Christmas tree.
Football's popularity obliterates all other TV programming in its path.
Does year-round football hurt boys' chances of going to college?
TMQ decrees that comeback victories are earned -- not gifted.