Stop me if you heard this before. The New England Patriots are headed back to the Super Bowl. New England overcame more Patrick Mahomes magic to win 37-31 in overtime of the AFC Championship on Sunday.
Every football fan is eagerly wondering and trying to work out which is the best matchup. It doesn’t matter if you’re hoping to do some betting on football in the United States or if you’re just enjoying the buzz that always surrounds Super Bowl; each of the potential matches […]
The Philadelphia Eagles saw their magic carpet ride run come to an end on Sunday when a Nick Foles pass went through the hands of wide receiver Alshon Jeffery and into the hands of New Orleans Saints cornerback Marshon Lattimore.
Perhaps the biggest marketing mistake of the postseason came just a few days ago when the Indianapolis Colts decided to hang a flag outside of Lucas Oil Field that read “1-0.” They didn’t stop with the flag though. T-shirts were also printed suggesting that 1-0 refers to getting […]
We interrupt divisional playoff week news with some off the field fare from someone who knows a thing or two about playoff football. Back when he was roaming the sidelines and huddles of the National Football League, this blog paid tribute (or something in the general neighborhood) to […]
The JMRA Football Podcast covers the shocking (or not-so) events of the opening round NFL playoff action including the Eagles surviving the Bears on the “double doink” field goal miss by Cody Parkey.
Clemson annihilated Alabama on Monday night during a 44-16 drubbing in the College Football Playoff National Championship game. Before and after dispatching previously undefeated Alabama, Tigers quarterback Trevor Lawrence drew high praise.
The radio calls are flying left and right after Cody Parkey’s missed field goal failed sent the Philadelphia Eagles to the NFC Divisional round on Sunday evening.
Philadelphia Eagles radio play-by-play announcer Merrill Reese and color analyst Mike Quick sounded just about as shocked as everyone else that Chicago Bears kicker Cody Parkey managed to to hit the upright…and crossbar on a potential game-winning kick with just five seconds remaining.
The Philadelphia Eagles survived on Sunday night to beat the Chicago Bears 16-15 after Cody Parkey double-doinked a potential game-winning 43-yard field goal with five seconds left.