The NFL Playoffs are right around the corner! Okay, not really. But, who’s going to join Tom Brady and the New England Patriots this coming season?
It’s not every day you see a score so lopsided that it makes your head spin. But all sports experience inexplicable blowouts. Let’s revisit some, shall we?
Football passed baseball in popularity years ago; it wasn’t always that way. Perhaps it started with the 1958 NFL Championship between the Colts and Giants.
The Browns are sticking to the plan while the Jets are cleaning house. The Panthers are in prime position while the Jaguars, well… what’s can we expect?
The Penguins are back-to-back NHL champions. Kevin Durant is now an NBA champion. But that’s not all that’s going on; have you been paying attention?
There’s almost no reason on Earth for us to doubt the Patriots this coming season, but don’t you get the feeling they’re gearing up for one last big run?
Where’s the love for Eli Manning? We look at how silly Top NFL Players lists can be. Plus, are you ready for some Arizona football coverage? Neither are we.
The list is exclusive and nobody has done it twice, but could Ezekiel Elliott be the next back to eclipse the 2,000-yard mark? This season may be tough.
Clay Travis is right—you can’t go to McDonald’s at 6 p.m. and just sit there until they serve you breakfast. Wait, what? Plus we remember Frank Deford.
The NFC South has represented the NFC in consecutive Super Bowls, but it goes back even further than that. Are they the most complete division in football?
In our first edition of The Sports Post weekly quiz, we’ll ask you questions about LeBron, the 2017 Stanley Cup Finals, and more! Hope you’re all caught up!
Thursday afternoon, the Chicago Bears and former Giants wideout Victor Cruz agreed, in principle, to a one-year deal. In short, that’s good for each party.
When the Steelers leave training camp this time around, they’ll be leaving Latrobe—where they started back in 1965. But what locations came before that?
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?