While the Philadelphia Eagles celebrated a Super Bowl LII victory over the New England Patriots, two common refrains (from the non-Malcolm Butler Didn’t Play Division) frequently pop up in any social media feed remotely related to the game. Advertisements
We are nearly two and a half years removed from the Denver Broncos sending off Peyton Manning as a winner and crushing Cam Newton’s MVP season in Super Bowl 50.
New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski took time off from his “I may or may not retire” campaign to spend with some time with celebrities in Miami.
Ahead of Wednesday’s free agency start, numerous media outlets are reporting that Case Keenum is on his way to the Mile High City.
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.
Episode 2 of the Sons of Wyngate Football Podcast has arrived. This time, we fast-forward one year later to January 1988 for the rematch between the Cleveland Browns and Denver Broncos. While it’s the 1987 AFC Championship Game, people may know this game a bit better as “The […]
The first episode of the Sons of Wyngate Football Podcast travels back to January 11, 1987 for John Elway’s official coming out party – “The Drive”. People may formally know that contest as the AFC Championship Game between the Denver Broncos and Cleveland Browns.
Oakland Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch, who is making his triumphant return to the NFL after retiring following the 2015 season, made quite an appearance Saturday on NFL Network.
From the extremely hasty hot takes division comes a scolding one from Jacksonville Jaguars defensive tackle Malik Jackson.
As per usual, Black Monday looms on the horizon as a slew of NFL head coaches typically get fired following the end of regular season play. We’ve already seen Gus Bradley, Rex Ryan, Jeff Fisher bite the dust during the 2016 season. Now, it appears a few more […]