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?
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 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!
Monday, we discussed teams that haven’t allocated their resources well. Today, we’re looking at some smart free agency contracts. No really, they exist!
For Mike Glennon, like Bears QBs before him, expectations are nearly non-existent. But, couldn’t there have been a better way to go about finding their guy?
The New England Patriots aren’t going away, with or without Tom Brady. And Ted Thompson just found Green Bay’s tight end… in Martellus Bennett.
Ted Thompson not spending isn’t surprising; what about retaining his own? Plus, the Browns had a pretty good day as we break down Day 1 of NFL Free Agency.
Psst, the Patriots are more than just Tom Brady. Yes, there is a valid case to be made that he’s the GOAT. But it’s one independent of team accomplishments.
Ahead of Super Bowl LI, is Tom Brady already the greatest quarterback of all time? If not, what makes a quarterback the greatest of all time?
When it comes to the NFL’s MVP Award, it’s almost exclusively about the man directly under center. But there are numerous ways the NFL can help fix this.
Are there too many fantasy football podcasts out there? Do they run too long? Do they all say the same thing? Our expert decides.
Chicago Bears fans have been trained to hate Green Bay for years—division rivals and all that. But they should want their team to play more like the Pack.
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.
Over the past two months, Aaron Rodgers has been nothing short of unstoppable. But, the Falcons defense has gotten better as the season has gone on.
Four teams remain in the chase for the next Lombardi Trophy, and all four have Super Bowl history behind them. Only Atlanta has yet to win it all.
Of the eight quarterbacks starting this weekend, four have won a Super Bowl already. And, all four still have a chance at another. Who stands in their way?
It’s all Tom Brady this and Dak Prescott that—with a little Aaron Rodgers sprinkled in. But what about Atlanta’s Matt Ryan for NFL’s Most Valuable Player?