Thursday night, the Los Angeles Rams put on a show once again.
As the NFL keeps thinking about putting a team in London, they sure don’t seem to care about fan experience.
Once Tom Brady retires, the NFL will need to find a new villain. And it should be the Green Bay Packers.
The Cowboys may have learned a very important lesson from the Broncos on Sunday.
The Seahawks weren’t good Sunday, but they were good enough. Were you paying attention during Week 2?
The Bengals are the worst of the bunch, but what other NFL offenses are in real trouble already?
Where does Ben Roethlisberger excel the most? We broke down every number we could think of.
What’s going on in LA? The NFL sure would love to know.
Our own Harv Aronson went 11-4 in Week 1; will he build on that performance? More importantly, though—will the New England Patriots bounce back?
We’ve chronicled the NFC South plenty leading up to this NFL season. Now we ask: are the Atlanta Falcons still the team to beat?
Remember the Wide World of Sports? How about The CBS Sports Spectacular? We take a trip back to the 1970s to revisit countless memories.
They cannot trade him. They cannot franchise tag him either. Will the 12th season Drew Brees spends in New Orleans be his last?
It’s been a couple cruel weeks via Mother Nature. So our own Harv Aronson, currently residing in Florida, decided to recount historical bad weather games.
Kareem Hunt came to play this week as another NFL season kicked off, but he was far from the only surprise. Who would join him on NFL’s opening weekend?
Another NFL season is almost underway as we conclude our best moves of the offseason—wrapping up with safety. Was T.J. Ward the get of the summer?
Are you ready for some football? What if it’s Jets football? Err, we mean—Browns football? Okay, we’ll level with you—it’s time to get down to business.
From classics like Caddyshack and White Men Can’t Jump to The Cutting Edge, we’re wrapping up our sports movie rankings in style. Did we miss anything?
Matthew Stafford just got paid. Andy Dalton needs to right the ship. And Andrew Luck is injured again. But, all three quarterbacks have something to prove.