I’m not sure what to make of a world where the Cincinnati Bengals are 5-0 and the AFC’s number one seed at the moment. It’s like 1988 all over again and we’re forced to watch Bengals fullback Ickey Woods bludgeon opposing defenses to perform a dance transported out […]
Through the first four weeks of the NFL season, no team has been called for more penalties than Rex Ryan’s Buffalo Bills. The Bills have been called for 47 penalties already, which puts them on pace to set the NFL record of 158 set by the 1998 Kansas […]
Week 4 Sunday action is in the books. The Cowboys lose a game and another key offensive player; Denver and Minnesota go toe-to-toe in the Mile High city; the fall of Joe Philbin in London; and can the Eagles salvage their season after another bad loss in Washington?
The Kansas City Chiefs literally gave away a chance to beat the Denver Broncos on Thursday night.
In honor of the eroding skillset of Peyton Manning and the beginning of the Week 2 slate, here is the latest JMRA Podcast.
We’re trying a new gimmick at JMRA with podcasting. Our first venture will be a weekly 10-minute project that summarizes Sunday action.
Peyton Manning has famously struggled against Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots at times throughout his illustrious career. According to former Colts head coach Tony Dungy, perhaps one of the reasons for Manning’s struggles was the idea that he wasn’t alone in the visitor’s locker room at […]
The Dez Bryant saga came to an end today with the boisterous receiver signing a new five-year deal worth $70 million with $45 million guaranteed.
Here’s what you missed (or didn’t) over the weekend of June 5-7.
The Denver Broncos announced the return of Peyton Manning on Thursday – at a special $4 million discounted rate (or paycut, whichever you prefer). While that’s the biggest news in Broncos land, another Denver-related story caught my eye. Grantland published a piece today about Broncos tight end (and […]