Since 2020 has been a complete dumpster fire, what better way to celebrate the year’s utter nonsense than by taking a deep dive into the worst losses in NFL history.
As training camp looms later in July, the NFL’s time of waiting to make decisions with COVID-19 in mind is running out. However, the first shoe dropped on Wednesday when the NFL reportedly decided to cut the preseason down to just two games.
The NFL released its 256-game regular season schedule on Thursday night. While there is a shroud of mystery hovering over the league’s ability to execute the schedule on time due to the coronavirus pandemic, it’s still fun to dream and analyze about what is to come.
The NFL plans to release its 2020 schedule on Thursday, May 7. While the league plans to proceed with its usual regular season schedule starting in September, alternative options are being developed to deal with the current coronavirus pandemic.
The NFL’s collective bargaining agreement expires after the 2020 season. However, massive changes could be on the way to league’s landscape before next season.
The JMRA Football Podcast puts together an emergency edition from a parking lot in North Carolina as the Kansas City Chiefs stage a fourth quarter comeback to top the San Francisco 49ers 31-20 in Super Bowl LIV.
One day removed from the Kansas City Chiefs rallying to defeat the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl LIV on Sunday, the oddsmakers wasted little time putting the champs back at the top spot.
We’ve reached the finish line of the 100th NFL season as the San Francisco 49ers look for their first Super Bowl win since January 1995. Meanwhile, the Kansas City Chiefs are attempting to grab their first Lombardi since January….OF 1970.
Super Bowl week has often been a spot where players will announce their retirement from the NFL. Add former 49ers, Redskins, and Broncos tight end Vernon Davis to the list.
Numerous things stood out after last weekend’s divisional playoffs. Chief among them (pun intended) were the relative ease that the San Francisco 49ers physically whipped the Minnesota Vikings during the second half; and of course, the utter destruction of the Houston Texans defense courtesy of Patrick Mahomes and […]