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.
Green Bay Packers
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?
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?
Hoyer isn’t a franchise QB, but he’s not bad enough to get you one. Fullbacks aren’t important; and why are teams signing former Pats to lucrative deals?
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.
What the Falcons have done all season, and especially the past four weeks, has changed professional sports culture in Atlanta for the better.
The Falcons have fought tooth and nail all season; they deserve to be at Super Bowl LI. But the Patriots are hungry, and this is their title to lose.
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.
Atlanta, Green Bay, New England and Pittsburgh all have Conference Championship history on their side. But what was their defining championship moment?
Championship Sunday is near, and history is on the horizon. But there’s also plenty of conference championship history to look back on.
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.
The New York Football Giants didn’t have the best of times last Sunday at Lambeau Field. Who’s at fault? What’s to blame? We discuss it through a poem.
The NFL Divisional Round of playoff matchups is upon us, and between all four games this weekend, a rematch from earlier this season lingers.