As we know, the NFL postseason schedule will look a lot different moving forward with each conference getting seven playoff teams (and possibly an eighth).
There have been plenty of deflating injuries during the 2020 season. The latest came on Sunday when Joe Burrow – Cincinnati Bengals quarterback and the number one overall pick in the 2020 draft – suffered a season-ending knee injury on Sunday.
We’ve passed the season’s midway point and it’s time to take stock of what we’ve seen.
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the New Orleans Saints face significant discipline for violating COVID-19 protocols following last Sunday’s 38-3 emphatic win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Sunday Night Football featured a potential Game of the Year candidate between the New Orleans Saints and Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Instead, we got a potential season-defining blowout and a game that ultimately might have a major factor in the NFC playoff picture.
The Curse Of Dre Greenlaw: 49ers Linebacker’s Game-Saving Tackle Costs Saints, Eagles During Wild Card Weekend
So, remember last Sunday night when San Francisco 49ers linebacker Dre Greenlaw made a division-clinching tackle on Seattle tight end Jacob Hollister in Week 17? Greenlaw’s play loomed large during the NFC playoffs on Sunday.
Shortly before the Minneapolis Miracle during a 2017 NFC Divisional playoff game, New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton taunted fans in Minnesota by doing the SKOL chant. Well, after Minnesota’s shocking 26-20 overtime win over the Saints during the wild card round on Sunday, another receipt arrived […]
The JMRA Football Podcast takes a look at four very intriguing wild card weekend matchups.
As we head to Week 17, here’s a look at the current state of the playoff picture and what the TV schedule *MIGHT* look like or at least if I were handling it through the divisional round.
New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton drew criticism from an unlikely source for his decision to go for two early in Sunday’s heavyweight battle between the 49ers and Saints on Sunday.