After a pretty pedestrian two weeks in between the conference championship games and Super Sunday, the day of days has finally arrived. EAGLES. PATRIOTS. The Eagles are trying to win their first NFL championship since 1960 and the franchise’s first Super Bowl. New England is aiming to […]
The ballyhooed Super Bowl LI rematch was a dud on arrival thanks to a strong effort by the New England Patriots defense in a 23-7 Pats victory.
After an underwhelming season-opening effort against the Kansas City Chiefs that resulted a 42-27 Patriots loss, some (namely damn near anyone with a microphone on ESPN that “EMBRACES DEBATE) questioned if Tom Brady was on the downside of his career.
The 98th NFL season begins on Thursday night as the New England Patriots begin the defense of their Super Bowl title against THE MAN THAT TIME FORGOT, Andy Reid, and the Kansas City Chiefs.
The National Football League returned tonight. Yes, there was a game last Thursday and on Wednesday night. That’s like being served a salad and rolls before a meal though. It can fill you up but it is not the main course.
Barstool Sports impresario David Portnoy announced this week that NFL commissioner Roger Goodell will have a special surprise waiting for him when he makes his long-awaited return to Gillette Stadium next month.
I don’t know if you heard but Tom Brady turned 40 on Thursday. The New England Patriots star spent the day with most of practice off. I could sit here and toil away and discuss how great he is or how is the greatest quarterback of all-time.
Tuesday turned out to be a glorious day for media members that look for something from New England Patriots head master Bill Belichick besides decisively gruff answers on football matters.
Thursday marked the official beginning of training camp for numerous teams around the NFL. Yet, for the defending Super Bowl champion New England Patriots, something off the field seemed to grab some attention as well.
Finally, the Pittsburgh Steelers managed to topple Tom Brady and the New England Patriots at something…jersey sales. Incredibly, Tom Brady was knocked off his perch atop NFL jersey sales by a rookie running back this week.