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On May 13, 2015, Easterbrook announced that ESPN had not renewed TMQ. The column went on hiatus in 2016. Analysis of coaching strategy and various excellent or atrocious plays and games. Contending that most successful plays are usually the product of good offensive or defensive line play rather than the prowess of any individual quarterback, running back or wide receiver. Mockery of various publicity stunts and other public actions from individuals in the football world whom he considers foolish.
The crux of Easterbrook’s argument is that the average yards gained on a play is 5 yards. Criticizing several local markets’ tendency to air lackluster games as opposed to more competitive matchups, except when a local team is playing, which by NFL rules with the television contracts are required to be shown in their home market in their entirety. Part of Easterbrook’s point is that non-professional football is about more than points and scoring, namely team-building within an athlete-scholar context. Easterbrook also highlights one particularly attractive cheerleader from an NFL team each week. Also, the column is known for randomly placed items and rants on various topics on politics, science fiction, actual science, and various television, film, and pop culture items. Photographs and captions accompany the columns which are often designed to be ridiculously humorous metaphors or caricatures of various persons or items mentioned in the column. The nicknames are usually used only if a team is struggling or if the team made a boneheaded play that cost them a game.
Beginning with the 2014 season, Easterbrook largely abandoned cognomens for teams, preferring to call the teams by their actual names. As of the 2017 season, Easterbrook still maintains an official list of cognomen. The cactus wren is the official state bird of Arizona. The franchise is a historically poor performer in the NFL.