The early games in Week 2 were an abject disaster. The 10 early Sunday games saw competitive battles and one of the most memorable regular finishes in recent memory (we’ll get to that). However, injuries stole the show early on.
The San Francisco 49ers were ravaged by key injuries on Sunday to some of their stars during a 31-13 win over the lowly New York Jets at MetLife Stadium.
The Atlanta Falcons did it again. From the makers of 28-3, comes a new, fresh fall film that is sure to receive all kinds of negative reviews in Atlanta and beyond.
The JMRA Football Podcast previews Week 2, talks Joe Buck’s impending trip to the Pro Football Hall of Fame, and much more.
Without a normal preseason and preseason, the 101st NFL season got underway Sunday missing perhaps its most important piece…the fans. However, that didn’t stop Week 1 from cranking some very notable moments.
The Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs opened the 2020 season against the Houston Texans on Thursday night and Andy Reid gave us an early look at what Sundays with head coaches might look like as COVID-19 continues to cause problems around the country.
While 2020 has been a rough go for many, Super Bowl LIV MVP and Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes continues to be living the dream thus far.
The NFC champion San Francisco 49ers formally announced on Tuesday they will play their home opener against the Arizona Cardinals in front of no fans on Sunday, September 13 during opening weekend.
Before Joe Montana gained fame as a Super Bowl-winning quarterback, he led the Notre Dame Fighting Irish in the late 70s. Montana was a special guest on the Barstool Sports podcast Pardon My Take on Sunday to talk about many football issues including if the movie Rudy is […]
This series commemorates the 160 Worst Losses in NFL History. We will examine the five worst losses of each franchise. The next stop(s) on the journey brings us to Baltimore…and Indianapolis.