I, a longtime Philadelphia Eagles fan, am also an immense supporter and advocate of Tom Brady and Bill Belichick and their plight with the New England Football Patriots. Today, I bring you a voyage through time and space. Read on as I root for both teams to come […]
It’s not Brady vs. Manning XVII. Instead, it’s Brady vs. Osweiler I. Am I the 50th person to tell this joke so far? LIVE BLOG time for the AFC’s two best teams.
For just the third time since 2001, the annual Tom Brady vs. Peyton Manning meeting will be missing one of its main principles. Manning is in the midst of recovering from a foot injury and alas, we will be graced with the presence of Brock Osweiler.
The Cincinnati Bengals are fresh off their first loss of the season to the Houston Texans but still very much alive in the race for home-field advantage in the AFC. Meanwhile, the Arizona Cardinals are 7-2 and are, at the moment, sitting with the second best record in […]
Sunday Night Football brings about a pivotal contest potentially in the playoff landscape. Carson Palmer hosts his former team, the Cincinnati Bengals, who are fresh off of losing their first game of the season last Monday night against Houston.
Sam Bradford vs. Matt Cassel. This is the second worst quarterback matchup of the season, right?
While I sift through a plate of spaghetti tonight, I’m going to count the number of incomplete passes thrown by Sam Bradford and Matt Cassel.
The quest to end Mercury Morris’s reign of terror continues on Sunday night as a pair of unbeaten teams faceoff. It’s old (Manning) vs. kind of new (Rodgers). It’s an off-shoot of an aging Muhammad Ali vs. the younger, brash champion Larry Holmes.
It’s incredibly possible that in order for Peyton Manning to win a Super Bowl while playing the worst football of his career, the former Colts QB may need to beat Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers in consecutive games. Matt Damon’s character had an easier time trying to figure […]
If you’re a young Eagles fan, the performances of Sam Bradford thus far are enough to drive one to start smoking. Nonetheless, Philly somehow finds itself tied for first place in the NFC East entering Week 7.