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. Advertisements
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.
Brady vs. Manning XVII came down to defense. While the New England Patriots did an outstanding job defensively in their own right, the Denver Broncos brought the fight to Tom Brady over…and over….and over…and over again on Sunday.
Super Bowl 50 is set.
This is simply marvelous. Draw Play Dave from Uproxx Sports developed new NFL logos built around professional stars, mostly from the WWE.
This is a guest post by Doug Cromwell, a freelance sports writer based out of Los Angeles. The NFL conference championships are right around the corner and there are few surprises as all of the home teams have managed to make it to their respective finals. The real […]
A hypercritical eye on officiating has been one of the central themes to the 2015 season. That will remain the case on Sunday for the conference championship games. The fun begins at 3 p.m. when the Denver Broncos host the New England Patriots in the AFC Championship. To […]
Ed Hochuli will be the lead referee for Sunday’s AFC Championship game between the New England Patriots and Denver Broncos.
The New York Daily News, that bastion of journalistic integrity, revealed its cover for Monday’s newspaper that will feature Tom Brady and Peyton Manning in anticipation of next Sunday’s AFC Championship Game between the Patriots and Broncos.
Next Sunday, the New England Patriots visit the Denver Broncos for the right to play in Super Bowl 50 in Santa Clara, California. Of course, much of this week’s narrative will revolve around Tom Brady and Peyton Manning’s 17th meeting.