New England Patriots running back Rex Burkhead caught the first touchdown pass of the season for Tom Brady during a 36-20 Pats win over New Orleans on Sunday. Advertisements
After an underwhelming season-opening effort against the Kansas City Chiefs that resulted a 42-27 Patriots loss, some (namely damn near anyone with a microphone on ESPN that “EMBRACES DEBATE) questioned if Tom Brady was on the downside of his career.
While much of the broadcasting attention for Monday night’s game between San Diego and Denver Broncos went to Beth Mowins becoming the first woman to serve as a play-by-play broadcaster for an NFL game since 1987, someone else stole the show.
The Carolina Panthers made quick work of the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday in a 23-3 victory. Perhaps the best news of the day for the 49ers seemed to be that not many fans cared to watch this game in person.
One of the biggest surprises of Week 1 turned out to be just how truly dreadful the Indianapolis Colts were in a 46-9 loss to the Los Angeles Rams in front of a sparse audience at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.
The 2017 NFL season is open for business as the Kansas City Chiefs visit the Super Bowl champion New England Patriots.
The 98th NFL season begins on Thursday night as the New England Patriots begin the defense of their Super Bowl title against THE MAN THAT TIME FORGOT, Andy Reid, and the Kansas City Chiefs.
Episode 2 of the Sons of Wyngate Football Podcast has arrived. This time, we fast-forward one year later to January 1988 for the rematch between the Cleveland Browns and Denver Broncos. While it’s the 1987 AFC Championship Game, people may know this game a bit better as “The […]
The first episode of the Sons of Wyngate Football Podcast travels back to January 11, 1987 for John Elway’s official coming out party – “The Drive”. People may formally know that contest as the AFC Championship Game between the Denver Broncos and Cleveland Browns.
Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford has begun his ninth NFL season and has played in a grand total of three playoff games – losing all three of them in the process. As of Monday night, he is now the highest paid player in NFL history.