In a post at pro-football-reference.com regarding Dick Butkus, Chase Stuart does a nice job showing the problem of assessing an individual player by his team's numbers.
At Advanced Football Stats, Brian Burke shows the increased use of tight ends in the NFL.
When many writers discuss negative impacts on the team chemistry of professional sports teams, I'm skeptical. When a former player like Ross Tucker talks about it, and doesn't talk abstractly but very specifically, I listen. See his take on Favre at Sports Illustrated.
Football Outsiders now has DVOA data for the 1994 season (probably my favorite all-around NFL season of all-time).
At Rotoworld Gregg Rosenthal writes about the fantasy prospects of Brett Favre and other Vikings.
A pleasant Star Tribune headline: "Favre impresses receivers with zip on passes." When I talk about arm strength, I think not of how far a QB can throw, but how hard. The latter is, I think, far more relevant to successful QB play.