The demise of the NFL has been greatly exaggerated. Green Bay’s last-second win over the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday was seen by over 48 million people – the most people ever to see an NFL Divisional playoff game. Advertisements
Once again, the Green Bay Packers escaped the clutches of defeat in a postseason game against the Dallas Cowboys.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers did it again on Sunday. For the third time in the 18 months, Rodgers connected on a hail mary. His latest feat came at the expense of the New York Giants on Sunday during a 38-13 victory in the NFC Wild Card […]
ESPN, one of the NFL’s broadcast network partners, have quite a ratings disaster on their hands this Saturday when the Houston Texans host the Oakland Raiders in the NFL’s wild card opener.
America is ready to drink the Aaron Rodgers/Green Bay Packers ecto-cooler flavored Kool-Aid once again.
For your viewing pleasure, here is the NFL playoff schedule.
Tony Romo read a statement on Tuesday to announce his intentions to sit idly by as Dak Prescott possibly leads the Dallas Cowboys to their first Super Bowl since January 1996.
Since returning from his four-game suspension, Tom Brady has been on fire. The four-time Super Bowl winner leads the NFL with a 133.9 passer rating.
Unless the Dallas Cowboys go brain dead (insert Tony Romo back in as a full-time starter the second he is healthy again), they are going to win 10-12 games and make the playoffs.
As this season continues under protest, the Minnesota Vikings stand as the lone undefeated team in the NFL after five weeks. They can’t possibly keep this up. After all, they can’t run the ball with or without Adrian Peterson. Also, they lack considerable depth at wide receiver.