The New England Patriots and Pittsburgh Steelers entered the 2018 season as a pair of Super Bowl contenders. Fast-forwarding to present day, both teams will attempt to wipe the metaphorical egg of its face after embarrassing losses to the Dolphins and Raiders a week earlier. Advertisements
A special supplemental edition of The JMRA Football Podcast focuses on the historic and likely final battle ever between Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers.
Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady meet for the final time ever (probably) in what should be an outstanding Sunday Night Football outing. As we’ve arrived to the season’s halfway point, it’s time to bust out the first live blog of the season. Let’s get it!
Let’s face facts. Tom Brady, who is the ripe of age of 41 years old, will never cross swords with Aaron Rodgers for the Professional Football Championship or, as you humans might say, meet in the Super Bowl. Brady, a winner of five Super Bowls, is in the […]
The JMRA Football Podcast – EP 12: Week 6 Review: Patriots Top Chiefs In Game Of The Year; Cowboys Maul Jaguars
The New England Patriots knocked the Kansas City Chiefs from the ranks of the unbeaten in an instant classic on Sunday night. A new edition of The JMRA Football Podcast covers the fallout from an all-time epic between Tom Brady and Patrick Mahomes.
Drew Brees became the NFL’s all-time leader in passing yardage on Monday night after a 62-yard touchdown catch by rookie wide receiver Tre-Quan Smith. The strike to Smith propelled the Saints to a 26-13 halftime lead.
Tom Brady made more NFL history during New England’s 38-24 win over the Indianapolis Colts on Thursday night.
The JMRA Football Podcast – EP 5: THE BROWNS WIN! Week 3 Preview; History 101; Greatest QBs In Eagles History
The JMRA Football Podcast celebrates the Browns doing the impossible…WINNING!
The NFL regular season is finally here! Derek Jones brings you another edition of The JMRA Football Podcast to recap the first Sunday of the 99th NFL season.
Don’t Act Like Your Favorite Quarterback Of All-Time Didn’t Lose To A Backup Quarterback In A Big Spot At Some Point
While the Philadelphia Eagles celebrated a Super Bowl LII victory over the New England Patriots, two common refrains (from the non-Malcolm Butler Didn’t Play Division) frequently pop up in any social media feed remotely related to the game.