The early games in Week 2 were an abject disaster. The 10 early Sunday games saw competitive battles and one of the most memorable regular finishes in recent memory (we’ll get to that). However, injuries stole the show early on.
#LetRussCook is becoming a hashtag on Seahawks Twitter and for good reason. The JMRA Football Podcast Player of the Week lit up the Atlanta Falcons in Week 1.
Without a normal preseason and preseason, the 101st NFL season got underway Sunday missing perhaps its most important piece…the fans. However, that didn’t stop Week 1 from cranking some very notable moments.
This series commemorates the 160 Worst Losses in NFL History. We will examine the five worst losses of each franchise. The next stop(s) on the journey brings us to Baltimore…and Indianapolis.
Former San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Joe Montana made the media rounds on Wednesday to discuss a myriad of topics including Notre Dame Football, Guinness, COVID-19, and Tom Brady’s departure from New England.
Despite falling in Super Bowl LIV to the Kansas City Chiefs, the San Francisco 49ers are still the kings of the NFC.
Since 2020 has been a complete dumpster fire, what better way to celebrate the year’s utter nonsense than by taking a deep dive into the worst losses in NFL history.
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.