The Seahawks weren’t good Sunday, but they were good enough. Were you paying attention during Week 2?
Sports and the athletes that play them are no longer the precious little distractions we’ve grown accustomed to, and that’s a good thing.
Brady wants to play until he’s 45. Okay? We’ve got fantasy football rules you can ignore. And what’s going to happen with Ezekiel Elliott? Come on, guess.
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?
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.
It’s time to create our very own football league, one that will compete. Plus, more on Kaepernick—and, Penn State needs to stop.
A famed Russian hacker has penetrated official NFL e-mail accounts—and this is big—but we’ve obtained some of Roger Goodell’s personal interactions…
You might not have heard but Colin Kaepernick made some waves. So did the Dallas Cowboys—but those have become all too familiar. Oh, and Skip’s back, folks.
Can you imagine Colin Kaepernick as the quarterback in Cleveland? What about Mark Sanchez in Denver?
Fancy yourself a play-caller? There might be a job waiting for you in the NFL.
In light of benching Kaepernick and his team-friendly contract, what other quarterbacks are signed to similar deals?
What fantasy football advice should we heed after weeks 5-8 of the NFL season?
49ers fans want anything to cheer about at the moment, but it’d be wise not to expect the world of Blaine Gabbert.
The move to Denver will rejuvenate Vernon Davis and offers Peyton Manning an additional, much-needed weapon for the second half of the season.
Green Bay’s defense this year has been surprisingly good. Can they keep it up for another Super Bowl run?
Is Colin Kaepernick still the long-term answer for the San Francisco 49ers?
What’s it going to be: pay a premium for an aging star, or draft, develop, and hope for the best?
From 2011–13 the San Francisco 49ers were one of the best teams in the NFL. Now they have fallen on hard times, with nothing to show for their short run of dominance.