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Archive: October 4, 2009 - October 10, 2009

Strange Happenings This Season

More than one-third of the league is unbeaten or winless a quarter of the way into the season. That's not normal for the NFL.

By Mark Maske | October 9, 2009; 6:06 PM ET | Comments (0)

Middle Class Still Rules

Just give it some time, and the class system will sort itself out.

By Jamie De Giorgio | October 9, 2009; 12:37 PM ET | Comments (0)

Parity Still Alive

There have always been bad quarterbacks, idiotic coaches and poor front offices, and there will always be.

By Sean McCann | October 9, 2009; 11:43 AM ET | Comments (1)

Look Under Center

How can an NFL team be expected to be competitive when teams have revolving doors at the QB position?

By David Hill | October 9, 2009; 8:33 AM ET | Comments (0)

All About Quarterbacks

The reason for the wide disparity in winning teams and losing ones comes down to one thing: quarterback play.

By Shawn Zobel | October 9, 2009; 7:49 AM ET | Comments (1)

Not So Shocking

If there are still a few undefeated teams at week 12, or a few winless teams then, we can talk then.

By Michael Kun | October 9, 2009; 7:44 AM ET | Comments (1)

NFL Cap and Switch

Young, impotent coaches and a non-meritocratic salary cap are pushing NFL parity towards oblivion.

By Doug Farrar | October 9, 2009; 7:38 AM ET | Comments (0)

Why Such Disparity?

What is behind the largest number of winless and undefeated NFL teams in over a decade? Vote now.

By Reader Poll | October 9, 2009; 7:21 AM ET | Comments (1)

He's Only Polarizing If You Disagree

Deciding whether Rush Limbaugh should own an NFL team is a lot like answering the question of pro-choice or pro-life.

By Dan Levy | October 7, 2009; 5:45 PM ET | Comments (0)

Storm Coming

Can Limbaugh assume such a prominent role but still be an ambassador for football?

By Jason Maloni | October 7, 2009; 12:11 PM ET | Comments (4)

From Bad to Worse

I'm not sure what's lower: Rush Limbaugh's approval rating in the African American community or JaMarcus Russel's passer rating.

By Roman Oben | October 7, 2009; 11:49 AM ET | Comments (23)

Green Is the Only Color That Matters

It's the St. Louis Rams. How much more alienated can those fans possibly be?

By Josh Zerkle | October 7, 2009; 11:43 AM ET | Comments (0)

No Rush to Judgement

I like to forget about the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan on game day, but for Rams fans politics might be a welcome distraction.

By Dawn Knight | October 7, 2009; 9:36 AM ET | Comments (1)

NFL's Greatest Nightmare

Limbaugh as an owner would be as comfortable as a colonoscopy with a periscope.

By Mike Freeman | October 7, 2009; 9:08 AM ET | Comments (31)

Daniel Snyder 2.0?

Limbaugh, obviously, speaks his mind, or at least does a great job pretending to. How does that translate to NFL ownership?

By Ryan Van Bibber | October 7, 2009; 4:14 AM ET | Comments (4)

A Bad Fit

Limbaugh is a divisive rather than uniting figure; the NFL is all about coming together behind the teams and the league.

By Michael Oriard | October 7, 2009; 3:46 AM ET | Comments (9)

Propaganda Rush

Rush Limbaugh is an egomaniac who can't help himself when it comes to making conversational statements.

By Robert Littal | October 7, 2009; 2:55 AM ET | Comments (8)

Money Trumps Politics

Left or right -- only the size of his bank account will count when the owners vote, except in Philly.

By Leonard Shapiro | October 7, 2009; 12:44 AM ET | Comments (5)

Rush the Savior?

Having Rush Limbaugh as an owner can only help the St. Louis Rams.

By Les Carpenter | October 7, 2009; 12:09 AM ET | Comments (13)

Rush the Racist?

I can only judge what he says on the radio - but the way he talks makes me think he's a racist.

By Keenan McCardell | October 7, 2009; 12:07 AM ET | Comments (52)

Only Fools Rush In

Limbaugh's ability to produce results is what will matter the most.

By Andrew Roth | October 7, 2009; 12:01 AM ET | Comments (3)

All About AP

Favre won one game, Adrian Peterson won the rest.

By Shawn Zobel | October 5, 2009; 7:50 PM ET | Comments (0)

Favre Even More Than Past Statistics

With so much around him, it's easy to overlook the impact Favre has had on this team.

By Rob Rang | October 5, 2009; 3:02 PM ET | Comments (0)

So Far, So Good

The key for the Vikings offense, and for head coach Brad Childress in particular, is to make sure Favre holsters his heroics.

By Sean McCann | October 5, 2009; 12:49 PM ET | Comments (0)

Favre Still Magic

Brett Favre has given them something they didn't have before; a chance at a comeback in every game they'll play in.

By Brandon Benson | October 5, 2009; 12:25 PM ET | Comments (0)

So Far, So Average

Through his first three games with the Vikings, Brett Favre ranks 15th in DYAR among quarterbacks

By Doug Farrar | October 5, 2009; 11:55 AM ET | Comments (0)

Bigger Than Brett

If one were to look at the main reasons for the Minnesota Vikings' 3-0 start to the 2009 season, Brett Favre would actually be a significant way down the list.

By Chris Gates | October 5, 2009; 11:53 AM ET | Comments (0)

What the Vikes Needed

Brett Favre has been a good quarterback on what might be a great team. As a Packers fan, that makes me sick.

By Jeff Nelson | October 5, 2009; 11:45 AM ET | Comments (0)

One-Third Responsible

Brett Favre isn't the only reason why the Vikings are 3-0, but he deserves considerable credit for at least one of their victories this season

By Gene Wang | October 5, 2009; 11:11 AM ET | Comments (0)

How Much Has Brett Helped the Vikings?

How much is Brett Favre actually done for the Minnesota Vikings' 3-0 start this season?

By Reader Poll | October 5, 2009; 11:10 AM ET | Comments (0)

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