In what might be one of the greatest wastes of time in modern history, someone decided to perform Jerry Rice shaming by posting a 10-minute video of him dropping passes.
Deflategate should be put in a time capsule and not heard from for at least 50 years. Unfortunately, a child with some sort of adult supervision was allowed to wear a costume that featured a Patriots stocking cap, deflated footballs strapped to his chest, and a Pinocchio nose […]
As expected, the Bills aren’t exactly giving the Super Bowl champion New England Patriots a warm welcome today in Orchard Park, New York.
Shortly before Roger Goodell’s scheduled appearance on ESPN’s Mike & Mike this morning, the Worldwide Leader rolled out a new report on Spygate stating that Goodell covered up a scandal that was far worse than originally reported. To say it is rather dubious that “new” information on Spygate […]
At this point, I’m all in on this Deflategate because based off of reports from Yahoo and other sources, it appears the NFL is making this whole thing as we go along. Considering they are a global company, they are entering Sepp Blatter territory.
There is no love lost between the New England Patriots and the New York Jets on and off the field. Certainly, that feud extends to fans and reached new heights (literally) during New England’s opening day of training camp in Foxborough.
After NFL commissioner Roger Goodell upheld Tom Brady’s four-game suspension yesterday, the reaction ranged from outrage from the Brady to satisfaction from the league community.
Our long national nightmare is over (actually, it’s just getting started). NFL commissioner Roger Goodell upheld Tom Brady’s four-game suspension for the quarterback’s role in Deflategate and filed a 20-page report to help support his case.
Word came out on Friday that The Shield™ reduced the suspension of Dallas Cowboys defensive end Greg Hardy from 10 games to just four following a ruling by arbitrator Harold Henderson.
As America lies in wait to see how Tom Brady’s appeal against Roger Goodell and The Shield™, a few developments of note took place during Memorial Day weekend. No, I’m not referring to Roger Goodell’s refusal to recuse himself from Brady’s appeal and NFL.com removing a story from […]