Super Bowl LI is right around the corner and you’re ready to watch, but you’re not necessarily a fan of either team. Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered.
Aaron Rodgers has become something of a prophet. He’s at it again with the Pack one game away from the Super Bowl. Just don’t expect Atlanta to roll over.
We should not be surprised by the Steelers’ resolve any longer, and Christmas night was just another example. How can they topple New England in the AFC?
The Bucs may currently be on the outside looking in, but they’re not going away quietly. And, they can shake things up plenty these next two weeks.
We’re coming down to the stretch run of the NFL season, and while things have slowed of late, the Cowboys and Patriots look like our Super Bowl matchup.
In a season that started off on the wrong foot before it even began, the Vikings still raced out to a 5-0 start. Eventually, injuries would catch up.
Sunday afternoon, the Oakland Raiders kept winning with a victory over Carolina. Sunday night, KC took down Denver. But for the AFC West, plenty remains.
Is your favorite NFL team not doing so well? Are you just watching to pass the time? How about this: try watching a game without sound.
It’s been slowly building over the past few seasons—the emergence of a Seahawks, Pats rivalry. It continued Sunday night. It could be our Super Bowl.
Another come-from-behind victory for the Detroit Lions this past weekend finally has us all genuinely wondering: are they for real?
Dak is still leading the way in Big D, Minnesota has stumbled a little, and Matt Ryan is off to a flying start. Where does that leave the rest of the NFC?
We’ve reached the halfway point of the NFL season, and we’ll break it down in two pieces—starting with Brady, Carr, and the rest of the AFC.
Last year’s sixth-ranked defense in terms of points allowed has become a distant memory for the Panthers in 2016, but where else are there problems?
Two rookies—Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott—have the Dallas Cowboys rolling. But with Tony Romo close to returning, what will that mean for the former?
There’s nothing wrong with testing the market, but downsides still exist. We look at Brock Osweiler and others who took their talents elsewhere this season.
It’s been a rough couple of weeks for New York’s Odell Beckham, Jr. And now, he’s apparently not having fun anymore. Will it start to disrupt the team?
Does Goodell still want an 18-game regular season? As injuries continue to mount this early in the season, that statement looks more and more ridiculous.