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.
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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.
Did you watch the Pro Bowl? The NHL, NBA or MLB All-Star games? Then why do we still bother? And, who’s all moving around this offseason?
Remember when Tom Brady had a bad weekend? Remember how Drew Brees was too small? An important reminder: The NFL Combine isn’t everything—not even close.
Monday afternoon, the Pittsburgh Steelers spent plenty to lock in their core—the biggest prize being a four-year extension for Antonio Brown. Now what?
What if New England isn’t the best Super Bowl team of all time? Running through various ‘What If’ simulations, we went all the way back to crown the king.
Roger Goodell blasted ESPN, ripped into fake news and was overall in rare form in an impromptu presser that may or may not have happened.
Do the Bears want Jay Cutler back? Probably not. Will he be back? Most certainly not. So who do you want, Bears fans? And how? Be careful what you wish for.
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.
Sunday night, down 28-3 against the Falcons—28 to 3—the New England Patriots and Tom Brady rallied back. And thus, he cemented his legacy once and for all.
It’s almost time for Super Bowl LI to kick off—other than a result, what can we expect? A punt return for the first time? Maybe a non-QB winning the MVP?
For obvious reasons, sports fans—especially football fans—love the Super Bowl. But can we please leave the never-ending, tireless narratives at the door?
When it comes to numerous Super Bowl LI starters, not everyone played D-1 college ball. Who are they, and what kind of impact have they made this season?
We know all about Brady and Ryan, about the powerful offenses and New England’s top defense. But who could potentially be the unsung hero of Super Bowl LI?