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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

Updating the AFC playoff picture

HFA between Denver and New England; Pats, Bengals, Colts each have chance for #2 seed; four teams fighting for final Wild Card

Fat Camp: Thoughts on the no-huddle and balanced offense

Ted discusses no-huddle concepts, touching on offensive strategy while endorsing the idea that some degree of balance between run and pass is a good thing.

Broncos wanted Witherspoon Lard

Rams linebacker says John Fox tried to bring him to Denver; Peter King's Grantland-style football site launches; Dallas adds Bell, loses DE Crawford for season

Pondering Quentin Jammer as Denver’s matchup safety

Ted considers the acquisition of Quentin Jammer by the Broncos, and he thinks that a need has finally been filled