The best blog you haven't read on the Internets is Sunday Morning QB. I'd have a link somewhere on Hogs Haven to his site if it were remotely related to Redskins Football. In fact I do have a link, as he is a member of SBN's College Football Bloggers.
SMQ is the definitive word on CFB related matters as far as I'm concerned, though inspired (or depressed) by the Patriots/Colts game he humors us NFL neanderthals with a good bit of cynical commentary on NFL rules. It needed to be posted:
SMQ on NFL's Pass Interference:
For those of you reluctant to give merely a 15 yard penalty on endzone interference, there must be some happy medium -- 20 yards? Half the distance? Launching the ball deep and praying the opposing defense barely touches your player (and he falls dramatically, or flails wildly right in front of a ref) isn't exciting nor would I call it "offense". Yet it is a strategy that often results in (unearned) points.
SMQ on "Roughing"-the-Passer:
I am a firm supporter of protecting quarterbacks, but to a degree. Merely brushing the head of a quarterback with one's hands can result in the "illegal use of hands" roughing-the-passer penalty, as if defensive linemen's hands could shatter helmets and vertebrae simply by grazing touch.
None of this is to claim that the AFC Championship would have or should have gone some other way than the way it did. The better team won. I'm just saying that I really like reading Sunday Morning Quarterback, and I think you might also.