Following all four home losing a week ago, the divisional round brought plenty of home cooking with the reverse taking place. All four home teams winning gives us 1 vs. 2 battles in the conference championship games for the first time since 2004. Advertisements
The most dubious accomplishment of Andy Reid’s coaching career took place in Super Bowl XXXIX when his Eagles fell to the New England Patriots, 24-21. During that contest, Reid’s offense ran the first-ever five-minute, two-minute offense while down two scores. After finally scoring a touchdown, the Eagles were […]
Once again, Aaron Rodgers saved the bacon of the Green Bay Packers (momentarily) on a hail mary toss to Jeff Janis with timing expiring in their overtime playoff loss to the Arizona Cardinals.
Paging Mr. Lombardi will be a look at the 12 teams that will vie for the Vince Lombardi Trophy.
Paging Mr. Lombardi will be a look at the teams that will vie for the Vince Lombardi Trophy beginning on Saturday.
The Shield™ acted swiftly and quickly from last Saturday night’s shenanigans.
Before Blair Walsh burned down the Vikings’ season, former Minnesota Vikings head coach Bud Grant was an honorary captain prior to Sunday’s Seahawks/Vikings playoff game.
Welp, you knew this was coming.
All four road teams were victorious on wild card weekend for the first time in NFL history. The Chiefs, Steelers, Seahawks, and Packers all advanced to the second round.
The Minnesota Vikings lost 10-9 to the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday in the NFC Wild Card playoffs after kicker Blair Walsh missed a 27-yard field goal with under 30 seconds remaining.