The Pittsburgh Steelers decided to extend the Mike Tomlin Experience through 2020 on Friday. Tomlin, who was already inked through the 2019 season, will get another chance to attempt to lead the Steelers back to the Super Bowl. Pittsburgh’s last Super Sunday appearance came in February 2011 – […]
Barstool Sports impresario David Portnoy announced this week that NFL commissioner Roger Goodell will have a special surprise waiting for him when he makes his long-awaited return to Gillette Stadium next month.
I don’t know if you heard but Tom Brady turned 40 on Thursday. The New England Patriots star spent the day with most of practice off. I could sit here and toil away and discuss how great he is or how is the greatest quarterback of all-time.
Here’s the thing. I don’t wildly dislike LaVar Ball as much as some people do. He definitely isn’t for everyone but I actually believe he can bring a productive heel-like quality to the NBA, if that makes any shred of sense.
Tuesday turned out to be a glorious day for media members that look for something from New England Patriots head master Bill Belichick besides decisively gruff answers on football matters.
Thursday marked the official beginning of training camp for numerous teams around the NFL. Yet, for the defending Super Bowl champion New England Patriots, something off the field seemed to grab some attention as well.
Finally, the Pittsburgh Steelers managed to topple Tom Brady and the New England Patriots at something…jersey sales. Incredibly, Tom Brady was knocked off his perch atop NFL jersey sales by a rookie running back this week.
Back in 2007, the New England Patriots became the first team in NFL history to finish a regular season by going 16-0. Obviously, we know how that movie ended.
Due to wide-ranging circumstances that you’re likely to not care about, it’s been since April since yours truly last dove into the National Football League. I’ve stood on the sidelines long enough. Yes, Tom Brady has basically supplanted Joe Montana as the greatest quarterback of all-time and I […]
Following Pittsburgh’s loss to the New England Patriots in the AFC Championship game in January, Ben Roethlisberger seemingly flirted with the idea of retiring.