Sunday night marks the formal on-field beginning of the NFL’s march to NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas for Super Bowl LI on February 5.
The music world is mourning the loss of Prince, who passed away on Thursday at the age of 57.
In honor of Peyton Manning winning his second Super Bowl, possibly retiring, and finding out that he has the social tact of a hacksaw, we will dedicate this week to him.
Arizona Cardinals rookie running back David Johnson torched the Philadelphia Eagles defense for over 200 yards from scrimmage. Johnson will certainly be the apple of many fantasy football owners’ eyes in Week 16. However, the bigger issue is what Johnson can give the Cardinals.
There is a good news and bad news scenario for the potentially season-ending injury suffered by Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton.
I’m not entirely sure the Seahawks have fixed their defensive issues, but their offense looks A-OK in my book.
Antonio Brown and the Pittsburgh Steelers ran circles around the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday Night Football. Brown was among the key figures in the 45-10 win. He caught eight passes for 118 yards and two touchdowns.
As it stands, the Washington Redskins are in line to play the Green Bay Packers in the opening round of the NFC playoffs. That’s correct. The Washington Redskins, who have been among a long line of NFL tomato cans over the last decade, are in first place in […]
Entering Week 10, three teams entered as unbeaten squads. Now, there are just two…the New England Patriots and Carolina Panthers.
Word came out of Indianapolis on Tuesday that quarterback Andrew Luck will miss between two to six weeks with an assortment of injuries including a lacerated kidney (ouch) and a partial abdominal tear (double ouch). Matt Hasselbeck will take the reigns once again for the injured Luck.