Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady meet for the final time ever (probably) in what should be an outstanding Sunday Night Football outing. As we’ve arrived to the season’s halfway point, it’s time to bust out the first live blog of the season. Let’s get it! Advertisements
Let’s face facts. Tom Brady, who is the ripe of age of 41 years old, will never cross swords with Aaron Rodgers for the Professional Football Championship or, as you humans might say, meet in the Super Bowl. Brady, a winner of five Super Bowls, is in the […]
Just like an important edition of Diff’rent Strokes, this edition of The JMRA Football Podcast is a very special two-part episode.
Leading by just two points following a Ty Montgomery fumble on a kick return, the Los Angeles Rams were poised to ice their eighth straight victory to open the season. Not only did they ice it, but MVP candidate Todd Gurley managed to cost people a few dollars […]
The Carolina Panthers entered the fourth quarter of Sunday’s game against the defending Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles trailing 17-0. Yet, by game’s end they rallied for one of the biggest comebacks in franchise history in a 21-17 victory over the Eagles on Sunday.
The JMRA Football Podcast – EP 12: Week 6 Review: Patriots Top Chiefs In Game Of The Year; Cowboys Maul Jaguars
The New England Patriots knocked the Kansas City Chiefs from the ranks of the unbeaten in an instant classic on Sunday night. A new edition of The JMRA Football Podcast covers the fallout from an all-time epic between Tom Brady and Patrick Mahomes.
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady picked a great time to grab the 200th regular season win in his illustrious career on Sunday night. Brady’s Patriots ended Kansas City’s unbeaten run in a 43-40 heartstopper on Sunday Night Football in an early Game of the Year candidate.
The JMRA Football Podcast – EP 10: Week 5 Review; Drew Brees Makes History; Eagles In Bad Shape; Chiefs Best Jaguars
Derek Jones analyzes Week 5 action including a look at who is the cream of the NFL’s crop so far (HINT: It’s not a surprise).
Drew Brees made history on Monday night by eclipsing Peyton Manning and Brett Favre to become the NFL’s all-time passing yardage king.
Drew Brees became the NFL’s all-time leader in passing yardage on Monday night after a 62-yard touchdown catch by rookie wide receiver Tre-Quan Smith. The strike to Smith propelled the Saints to a 26-13 halftime lead.