At Epic Carnival, wwtb? compares Steve Young from 1992-1998 to Peyton Manning from 2003-2007. Young really was a spectacular quarterback, deserving of attention in the arguments about the greatest ever.
Cold, Hard Football Facts provides their list of the ten greatest quarterbacks of all-time. #1: Bart Starr. Check out why--there's actually a convincing argument.
CHFF also looks at quarterbacks in history by comparing their passer rating to the league average passer rating.
Adrian Peterson makes the 2007 Outsports NFL All-Hot Team.
Dave Zirin talks about one Super Bowl sponsor's overseas labor practices.
Sports Law Blog has an interesting post on Rick Majerus, basketball coach at a Catholic university, and the St. Louis Archbichop's claim that when Majerus accepts a position with a Catholic university, he can't express opinions "which call into question the identity and mission of the Catholic Church." I must admit, as a Christian pacifist I've always found it vexing that Catholics can support political candidates who are pro-death penalty, pro-war, and frequently supportive of policies that hurt the poor, as long as they against abortion. I understand the perspective that one issue can trump all other issues, but I don't think candidates from either major party support a platform that is entirely consistent with authentic Christian ethics (which is why I frequently find religious support or opposition of specific candidates troubling). That's probably not a conversation for this sports blog, though.