This past week, Tom Brady and his wife Gisele Bündchen had us over for dinner—it got awkward. Plus, Drew Brees had a thought or two he wanted to share.
Can the Falcons shake off their historic Super Bowl LI collapse and get back to the promised land next season? History has something to say about that.
Plaxico Burress, or Plax, had a lot to say recently—too bad it wasn’t things we already knew. Plus we touch on tragedy and even more cuts at ESPN.
This week we caught up with some common, everyday folks to get their opinion on the latest NFL Draft. Plus, what can be done about those TV ratings?
It’s been ages since fans of the Cleveland Browns got to cheer. But there’s finally a plan in place. And most importantly, they’re sticking with it.
Some of us here don’t attach as much value to first round draft picks as others. Still, what can we take away from the first round of this year’s NFL Draft?
The NFL Draft has come and gone yet again—Have the Bears gone mad? Did the Saints really get their guy? Plus, we’ve got the NFL Schedule, folks! Buckle up!
Was it the same old Bears during the NFL Draft? Not exactly. The question: Will trading that much for Trubisky ever be worth it? Ryan Pace better hope so.
With a new GM (John Lynch) and Head Coach (Kyle Shanahan) in town, the 49ers were always going to be busy this offseason. And they’re not slowing down.
The Jacksonville Jaguars, as they often do, brought in plenty of veteran help this offseason. But is this the year that it finally pays off? Well…
In an attempt to address all sorts of needs, the Chicago Bears have been one of the busiest teams during the offseason. But is it even close to paying off?
The Patriots visited the White House this past week, but a few faces were missing. Plus, who will the Browns draft? And, we touch on Aaron Hernandez.
The Tennessee Titans are trending in the right direction, but haven’t been to the postseason in almost a decade. So have they done enough this offseason?
Before NFL free agency began, we picked five teams that we thought would be the busiest. Turns out, we were wrong on the Broncos. But why is that?
Cutler is unemployed while Glennon and Mark Sanchez are not. And Houston, Romo ain’t walking through that door. Plus, who’s drafting a quarterback too high?
From 1975 to 2002, Dan Rooney was President of the Pittsburgh Steelers, and part of six Super Bowl-winning teams. Thursday, he passed away at age 84.
Now that Tony Romo is retiring, who will the Houston Texans be looking for under center? Well, we’ve narrowed it down to three options.