It can't be easy to do your job when people are tracking your every move.
Today's article of the day comes from Scott Kacsmar writing for Colts Authority. He's doing an incredible weekly series in which he measures everything Andrew Luck does as he tries to replace Peyton Manning in Indianapolis.
Kacsmar is tracking things like yards after the catch, pressure rate and snap-to-release time, in an effort to put out the most complete chronicle of a quarterback's career ever done.
His lengthy, research-intensive articles symbolize a new golden-age for football writing. Soaring prose may be dead, but honestly, we may be better off for it. Sports isn't Shakespeare, after all.
Anyone who peruses the General Interest section of this space every day will see a plethora of smart and talented writers like Mike Tanier, Chase Stuart, Jason Lisk, Brian Burke, Chris Brown and on and on and on.
Baseball has benefited greatly from smarter writers asking the right questions about the game, and now football is being "attacked" in a similar manner every day.
The result of smarter writers will be smarter fans. The result of smarter fans will be greater accountability for the teams they root for.
Greater accountability will mean better football for everyone.
I talk to Tuck and O'Neill on 1080 Sports in Orlando.
Neil Paine of Football Perspective writes on the biggest quarter-by-quarter comebacks in the last decades.
Brian Burke of The Washington Post looks at Mike Shanahan's field-goal decision.
Jason Lisk of The Big Lead says replacement refs are great for the home team.
Paul Kuharsky of ESPN.com says Jerrell Freeman is impressive.
Phil Richards of The Indianapolis Star says Chuck Pagano is serious about stopping the run.
Phil B. Wilson of The Indianapolis Star passes on the handles of all the Indianapolis players on Twitter.
Conrad Brunner of 1070 the Fan says Anthony Castonzo has held down some good pass-rushers.
Kuharsky says linebacker injuries are killing the Jags.
Vito Stellino of The Florida Times-Union says the Jaguars are trying to stop the run.
Ryan O'Halloran of The Florida Times-Union says the Jaguars are optimistic that Blaine Gabbert will be ready for Week 3.
John Glennon of The Tennessean says the Titans want a more even keel from Jake Locker.
Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean says Kyle Vanden Bosch harbors no ill-will toward Tennessee.
Dale Robertson of The Houston Chronicle says the Texans have two good running backs.
Randy Harvey of The Houston Chronicle says Peyton Manning is not the same.
Tania Ganguli of The Houston Chronicle says J.J. Watt was the AFC Defensive Player of the Week.