Case Keenum spelled an injured and ineffective Sam Bradford during Monday night’s battle with the Chicago Bears. If not for that, we may have been deprived of the lamest celebration of the young NFL season. Advertisements
Just as they did last January, the Green Bay Packers nipped the Dallas Cowboys at the finish line on Sunday.
Vice President Mike Pence made headlines on Sunday by leaving the San Francisco 49ers/Indianapolis Colts game early because of perceived disrespect of the National Anthem, which has been a political football over the past few weeks.
The newest Sons of Wyngate Football Podcast honors the legendary broadcasting team of Pat Summerall and John Madden.
Philadelphia Eagles kicker Jake Elliott performed a minor miracle on Sunday by nailing a 61-yard field goal to send the New York Giants to an 0-3 start.
During Sunday’s Kansas City-San Diego tilt, Chiefs strong safety Daniel Sorensen fired off an early candidate for cheap shot of the year.
Our first Joe Montana-related episode of the podcast has arrived. Montana only played in Philadelphia once. That was all he needed in 1989 when the 49ers rolled into Philadelphia for one of the most memorable regular season games of all-time.
New England Patriots running back Rex Burkhead caught the first touchdown pass of the season for Tom Brady during a 36-20 Pats win over New Orleans on Sunday.
After an underwhelming season-opening effort against the Kansas City Chiefs that resulted a 42-27 Patriots loss, some (namely damn near anyone with a microphone on ESPN that “EMBRACES DEBATE) questioned if Tom Brady was on the downside of his career.
While much of the broadcasting attention for Monday night’s game between San Diego and Denver Broncos went to Beth Mowins becoming the first woman to serve as a play-by-play broadcaster for an NFL game since 1987, someone else stole the show.