During the third quarter of the AFC Championship Game, Ryan Tannehill headed back to the bench after taking a big hit from Kansas City Chiefs safety Dan Sorensen.
Numerous things stood out after last weekend’s divisional playoffs. Chief among them (pun intended) were the relative ease that the San Francisco 49ers physically whipped the Minnesota Vikings during the second half; and of course, the utter destruction of the Houston Texans defense courtesy of Patrick Mahomes and […]
The Houston Texans led the Kansas City Chiefs 24-0 in the first half of Sunday’s AFC Divisional playoff…and then the roof caved in on them.
For the second straight week, Tennessee Titans running back Derrick Henry slayed an AFC monster. This time, Henry’s Titans shocked the top seed Baltimore Ravens 28-12 on Saturday night in the AFC Divisional playoffs.
The JMRA Football Podcast takes a look at four very intriguing wild card weekend matchups.
The JMRA Football Podcast with Derek Jones covers an overtime-filled Week 4 including the Eagles getting shocked in Tennessee; the New England Patriots aren’t quite dead yet; and the end of the line has arrived for Fitzmagic.
Former New England Patriots cornerback Malcolm Butler continued to discuss his Super Bowl LII benching on Friday with SI.com.
For reasons I can’t quite comprehend, people are losing their cookies over Harambe. The Minnesota Vikings were the latest to join the craze prior to Sunday’s game against the Tennessee Titans.
Apparently, the Philadelphia Eagles signing Sam Bradford to a two-year deal was a subtle smokescreen to a larger plan at hand – to erase nearly every perceived mistake of the Chip Kelly era.
Prior to their game in New England, Titans defensive end Brian Orakpo showed why Tennessee is 3-10 and why the Patriots are going to be a Super Bowl contender.