Time to waste your day reading interwebs articles!
Those pesky multi-national corporations keep thwarting our PBS ticket boycott - Enquirer
Speaking of...those damn corporations are EVERYWHERE! More specifically, you've elected them to every political seat in both federal and local gov't - Ritholtz
Not even Zimmer can save us. Bengals on pace to threaten lowest sack total ever. Sacks are a glamour stat though, and overall QB pressure, a more subjective standard, is what really matters - Enquirer
Brian Burke of Advanced NFL Stats models suggested last week Bengals should have expected to beat the 0-3 Browns on the road about 38% of the time. A week later the models suggest we should beat 2-1 Tampa Bay at home 72% of the time. Pretty wild swing. Relying on statistically driven measures early in the year is a bad idea - NYTFDB
More from the NY Times, Mike Tanier of FO's weekly picks - NYTFDB
Your productive life ends....now! The rabbit hole begins with a blog dedicated to writing and directing you to all the X & O football analysis possible. It also ends here - smartfootball.com
Example one, first step to stopping Boise State? Finding Boise State - smartfootball
Example two, more on college, this should give Buckeyes fans ammo for their one complaint: Tresselball - alongtheolentangy
Closing thought - the Panthers and Browns games demonstrate how you can be justifiably discouraged in victory and encouraged in defeat. The Browns actually have some fight. The Bengals clearly outplayed them and a few things that "should" be random ended up costing them the game. More play like last week and the Bengals will contend.