Despite somehow becoming the first team all season to allow consecutive on-side kick recoveries, the New Orleans Saints held on to clinch the NFC South on Thanksgiving night during a 26-18 win over the Atlanta Falcons.
The New England Patriots will once again begin their drive for a record-tying sixth Super Bowl on January 13 when they host either the Houston Texans, Baltimore Ravens, or Los Angeles Chargers in the divisional round. Oddly, a bizarre scheduling trend suggests that the Patriots are not going […]
Short of losing a game to Ryan Fitzpatrick and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 2, nearly everything has gone right for defending Super Bowl MVP Nick Foles over the past year…until Sunday afternoon.
The postseason portion of the Road to Atlanta officially begins this Saturday when the NFL playoffs start in Houston. After being gifted a playoff berth by the Chicago Bears, can the Philadelphia Eagles become the first team since the ’03-’04 New England Patriots to repeat as Super Bowl […]
Crooner Trey Songz, who hosted New York Giants receivers during the week on a boat in Miami, was on the defensive Sunday. Songz was called out Twitter by numerous fans, who were upset that the Giants receivers struggled on Sunday in a 38-13 playoff loss to the Green […]
It's Like You're Sleeping With Tom Brady from Tom Brady The New England Patriots return to action next Saturday night to begin what they hope will conclude with a fifth Vince Lombardi Trophy. Tom Brady took advantage of New England’s bye week to take care of some business. […]
After the Associated Press released its NFL All-Pro team on Friday, it may appear Atlanta Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan will win his first MVP award in a couple of weeks. Ryan was named first team All-Pro quarterback, beating out Patriots quarterback Tom Brady for the honor.
Heading into wild-card weekend, three teams are looking to break lengthy postseason losing streaks. Oakland’s last playoff win came in January 2003 when they defeated the Tennessee Titans to reach Super Bowl XXXVII.
ESPN, one of the NFL’s broadcast network partners, have quite a ratings disaster on their hands this Saturday when the Houston Texans host the Oakland Raiders in the NFL’s wild card opener.
For your viewing pleasure, here is the NFL playoff schedule.