While it doesn’t quite have the sizzle of last season’s Patriots/Steelers roller coaster ride, plenty of drama will be present at Heinz Field for a matchup between a couple of AFC Super Bowl contenders (maybe, maybe not, kind of, sort of?). Advertisements
A bizarre coincidence is set to take place on Sunday. Just over a year after suffering a season-ending knee injury during a game against the Los Angeles Rams, once again, Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz is set to miss another tilt with the Rams on Sunday.
The JMRA Football Podcast reviews a hectic Week 14 that featured the Los Angeles Rams coming up very short in Chicago on Sunday Night Football; the Miami Miracle shocking the New England Patriots; and the Steelers losing to the Oakland Raiders in stunning fashion.
Seattle’s 21-7 win over the Minnesota Vikings on Monday Night Football caused quite the frustrating experience for the players in the white and purple.
The Philadelphia Eagles didn’t play well for much of Sunday’s 29-23 overtime loss to the Dallas Cowboys. Their struggles in the first half led to a 6-0 Dallas lead at halftime.
The Dallas Cowboys took a huge step in winning the NFC East on Sunday during a thrilling 29-23 overtime victory over the Philadelphia Eagles. During Sunday’s win, the newest Cowboys offensive star stepped to the forefront.
The JMRA Football Podcast looks at Week 14 including some big games in the NFC playoff race including a look at Eagles vs. Cowboys and Vikings/Seahawks.
Following a loss to the previously 2-9 Arizona Cardinals on Sunday, the 4-7-1 Green Bay Packers fired head coach Mike McCarthy. His departure ends one of the most successful head coaching runs in Packers history.
One of the most anticipated games of the 2018 NFL season has arrived. The Los Angeles Rams host (instead of Mexico City) the Kansas City Chiefs in what could be one of the highest scoring games in recent memory.
A special supplemental edition of The JMRA Football Podcast focuses on the historic and likely final battle ever between Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers.