The battle of attrition is emptying the Broncos’ running back room, one player at a time.
The battle of attrition is emptying the Broncos’ running back room, one player at a time.
The battle of attrition is emptying the Broncos’ running back room, one player at a time.
The battle of attrition is emptying the Broncos’ running back room, one player at a time.
The battle of attrition is emptying the Broncos’ running back room, one player at a time.

It’s All Over, Fat Man! has shut down. Here are our farewell posts.

Goodbye, and thanks

Doug bids farewell to IAOFM

Fresh starts

Doc marks the end of an era

Thank you, see you soon

IAOFM had a great run, see you somewhere else on the internets soon

It’s been fun, but I have to go

Ted says goodbye and explains why he won't be writing about NFL football any longer

How the NFL can, and should, tackle its concussion problem

The NFL still doesn't appear sincere about fixing its concussion problem; Doc explains how the league can finally get its act together.

Bruce Allen thinks being an NFL laughingstock is ‘winning off the field’

Washington GM says it's time to rethink how team operates; York drawing comparisons to Snyder; Chargers hope to extend Rivers

Bill O’Brien: loyal, humble state employee Lard

Reid to KC looking like a sure thing; prohibitive buyout keeps O'Brien at PSU; Kelly to interview with Browns/Bills today; McCoy to interview with four teams this weekend

Why Julius Thomas should get a big deal somewhere

Doug continues his look at Julius Thomas's 2014 season through the prism of his receiving numbers