No matter what you think of him, Tom Brady is taking one unescapable fact with him en route to becoming the newest quarterback of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers – singularly, he is the most successful player in the 100-year history of the National Football League.
While most of the civilized world is locked down this weekend due to the coronavirus, news around the National Football League is still full steam ahead.
Following San Francisco’s disappointing 31-20 loss in Super Bowl LIV to the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday, people are quickly playing the blame game with multiple 49ers figures including quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo.
After a 16-year career, New York Giants quarterback and funnyman Eli Manning will announce his retirement from the NFL on Friday.
NFL Network concluded its look at the the NFL 100 All-Time Team with a look at perhaps its most polarizing position – quarterbacks.
Trying to decide who the first names to reveal as quarterbacks on the NFL 100 is a relatively easy call when two players have combined for 10 Super Bowl victories, 7 Super Bowl MVPs, and five league MVP awards.
The JMRA Football Podcast is back with part two of our look at the Top 10 Teams of the Super Bowl Era.
Jared Goff endured a miserable first appearance in the Super Bowl as the Los Angeles Rams were defeated by the New England Patriots in Atlanta. Goff entered the contest, leading the second-highest scoring offense in the NFL. However, the Rams were stymied by a brilliant defensive effort from the Patriots, being limited to only three points.
One year after losing to the Philadelphia Eagles, the New England Patriots responded by utilizing their defense and timely throws by Tom Brady to win Super Bowl LIII on Sunday night over the Los Angeles Rams, 13-3.
Every football fan is eagerly wondering and trying to work out which is the best matchup. It doesn’t matter if you’re hoping to do some betting on football in the United States or if you’re just enjoying the buzz that always surrounds Super Bowl; each of the potential matches […]