No matter what you think of him, Tom Brady is taking one unescapable fact with him en route to becoming the newest quarterback of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers – singularly, he is the most successful player in the 100-year history of the National Football League.
While most of the civilized world is locked down this weekend due to the coronavirus, news around the National Football League is still full steam ahead.
A Super Bowl in Miami will likely lead to memorable photos and experiences. Add Saturday’s Gronk Beach Party to latest events in Miami Super Bowl lore.
The Dallas Cowboys and New England Patriots – two of the most polarizing franchises in sports – gave FOX its best television ratings for an NFL game in years on Sunday.
The Philadelphia Eagles take on the New England Patriots for the first time since Super Bowl LII in the City of Brotherly Love. The return of the live game blog is here….
The New England Patriots defense is posting numbers at all-time clip through its first seven games and New York Jets quarterback Sam Darnold was the latest to feel their wrath on Monday night in a 33-0 loss.
While the New England Patriots applied a massive beatdown of the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday Night Football, Al Michaels revealed a rather interesting detail about the defending Super Bowl MVP, Julian Edelman.
While everyone continues to freak out over how porous Super Bowl LIII was on Sunday (it was not), an interesting news story may have slipped through the cracks in the aftermath of the New England Patriots claiming a sixth Super Bowl victory.
One year after losing to the Philadelphia Eagles, the New England Patriots responded by utilizing their defense and timely throws by Tom Brady to win Super Bowl LIII on Sunday night over the Los Angeles Rams, 13-3.
According to EA Sports and its annual Super Bowl simulation, the Los Angeles Rams will be the next Super Bowl champions after toppling the New England Patriots, 30-27 in the popular video game’s annual Super Sunday simulation.