Tonight seemed to be a perfunctory edition of Monday Night Football. After two losses, the previously 11-0 Pittsburgh Steelers would take care of business by handling the Cincinnati Bengals and their third-string quarterback, Ryan Finley.
Sam Wyche, who led the 1988 Cincinnati Bengals to Super Bowl XXIII, died at 74 on Thursday from cancer, according to several sources.
After an aborted trade with the Cleveland Browns and favorable court ruling to make him a free agent, A.J. McCarron is now a Buffalo Bill.
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.
The folks over at Man Games Lost track the number of injuries and games lost by teams in each major North American sport. After completing a track of the NFL season, it was revealed that the New England Patriots have lost more games to injury than any other […]
The Shield™ acted swiftly and quickly from last Saturday night’s shenanigans.
Remember the hit on Saturday night that caused Ben Roethlisberger to leave the game? During the second half of last night’s Steelers/Bengals blood war, Bengals linebacker Vontaze Burfict knocked Roethlisberger out the game for a spell with a legal hit after landing on the quarterback’s shoulder.
Following last night’s crazy AFC Wild Card game between Cincinnati and Pittsburgh, Adam “Pacman” Jones opted to use social media to vent his frustrations rather than communicating with humans (aka the media).
Vontaze Burfict Thought He Sealed Bengals Playoff Win With Interception And Nearly Ran To The Locker Room
Vontaze Burfict will now be the new face for undisciplined football in the NFL after one of the most patently absurd performances by a player in postseason history on Saturday night.
Vontaze Burfict is a complete clown. For some reason, he felt his own personal grudge was important than the Cincinnati Bengals winning a playoff game.